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Tue Nov 3, 2015
Sally Grenier answered:
Dear Buyer: Trulia is a marketing website and a database of information that isn't necessarily up to date. Trulia is not real estate company. You can ask your agent, or the listing agent to manually remove the listing. OR you can claim the listing as the owner! Or you could do nothing, because it's really not hurting anyone. FYI - Trulia has zero incentive to keep it's listings up to date because they just make more $$ off us agents and lenders to promote all these listings! Enjoy your new home! ... more
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Tue Oct 7, 2014
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Fri Jun 22, 2012
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Sat Apr 16, 2011
Elizabeth Leonardo Schwendeman answered:
We here in Greenwich are 20% higher in sales volume than this time last year.....houses are more realistically priced and are moving.....folks feel "safer" in their jobs at this point, companies that made it thru the storm seem to be okay for the next year so there will be others who will take advantage of the new tax incentive being extended...you might want to interview agents now to be on board by the end of January or even earlier.....note that folks who are looking to buy during the holidays are serious buyers.....we do a preliminary financial check to be sure they are good candidates for mortgages and as we do have an in house mortgage bank, and a broker, we have a better chance of not failing at the last minute to conclude the sale. ... more
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Thu Mar 31, 2011
Ana Mattei answered:
Yes, you will fetch larger prices if the property is in good shape.
I am wokring Cos Cob, CT.
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Wed Sep 23, 2009
Susan Detchon Anderson answered:
I love this question bec. it conjures up the visual of me grabbing my coffee at Starbucks (in Cos Cob-where everybody knows your name) and racing to the train, just to see it pull out. Now there are two choices: 1)if you have a parking pass for CC, just stay and wait for the next express (20 min) or, 2) drive 4min down 95 to train and hope the local girl scout league is boarding the train in Greenwich with 12 crates of cookies to sell.
The facts: it's 4-5min to drive from CC to G; if you commute you'd have a parking pass for one station's lot, or the other. If you don't have a pass, stealth parking in G can be a challenge-doable, but a challenge.
If you like I'llsend you the train schedules, but at 7am there are so many expresses and 39 min to Grand Central is average. A sprint at the NY end could make up the time lost.and be good exercise!
Come back soon, prices are great at all levels.
Susan
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