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Maureen McCa…,  in Columbus, OH

Can you find homes under $200,000 in Connecticut?

Asked by Maureen McCabe, Columbus, OH Sun May 20, 2007

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Both the Norwich and New London areas of Connecticut have plenty of homes under $200,000.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Mon May 28, 2007
Homes under $200,000? Certainly. In the town of Colchester, where I am currently focusing, there are 16 single-family homes and 2 condos on the market under $200,000. Let me know if I can help you further.
Web Reference: http://www.ilmct.com
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Mar 23, 2008
Central, Ct towns such as Plymouth, Terryville, Wolcott, Naugatuck, etc. have many homes under 200k. Since it's centrally located it's about 1/2 hour to all major cities. I can easily be reached at 203-518-0674 to assist you in any way possible. Celina DiSanto Realtor. Realty Group Of New England
1 vote Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 21, 2008
The average home in Connecticut surpassed the $200,000 mark for the first time since February 2008; therefore there are several homes in all 8 counties that are under 200K.
Web reference: http://www.cthomeadvisors.com/blog/what-does-200000-get-you-…
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 9, 2016

Just an update here for you, in CT right now, there are 750 homes under 200k within 15 miles of Hartford, 330 within 15 miles of New Haven, 257 within 15 miles of New London and 45 within 15 miles of Norwalk. If I can help you further, fee free to contact me through my website. you can search for properties there, as well using my search feature. It has the latest and greatest from CT MLS. http://www.ilmct.com/property-search.asp
Web Reference: http://www.ilmct.com/
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu May 15, 2008
There are plenty of homes for under $200,000 in Connecticut.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Apr 13, 2008
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