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Mon Jul 20, 2015
Mike Parelli answered:
As for your second question, "how do we know which properties accepts pets"...
If you work with an Agent, they can send you the full detailed listing including the pet preference. Most landlords will either mark no pets allowed (which is usually non-negotiable) or pets are okay. Some landlords ask for only cats or small dogs. Having, I 'm assuming, a small Shitzu dog should help you with landlords that are on the fence about pets. Hope this helps!

Mike Parelli
203 940 2666
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Tue Apr 21, 2015
Charlise Philibert answered:
Perhaps the listing is expired? How did you list it on the MLS, was it through a real estate agent?
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Thu Sep 18, 2014
Debra (Debbie) Rose answered:
Juan, since you're new to Trulia, you might want to read the Community guidelines located at the bottom of the page,

This is the Q&A section meant for real questions seeking real answers.

Adding a question mark at the end of a sentence doesn't make it a question, but, in any event, your topic about renting vs buying is better served by writing a blog about it.

Blogging would be a more appropriate place for this.....not the Q&A section.
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Mon Oct 29, 2012
Jay Cooke answered:
Dear Katie,

I know many of the Greenwich bloggers but I prefer doing independent research and using current models to determine market conditions. The University of Connecticut tracks the real estate market throughout the state. The latest Greenwich stats are up across the board:

In this morning's news I noted the prediction by several large mortgage companies for an uptick in sales and demand in 2013.

My advice about the purchase of a home in Greenwich is the following:
Prices have seemed to stabilize and in some cases are increasing.
Forecasts seem to indicate an increased demand in 2013.
Greenwich prices will increase with a stronger market.
There have been higher priced sales this year versus last ( so much for the Wall Street folks sitting on the sidelines).
Buy now with the knowledge you may be able to get a much better price today (have your agent give you real comps and sage advice).
A year from now (like many stock offerings) you'll hear " I should have bought at a lower price when I had a chance".

Jay Cooke
Coldwell Banker Previews
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