Is Grandview Ave. in Bridgeport a nice area?

Asked by Mafer7, Bound Brook, NJ Tue Nov 2, 2010

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Elizabeth Le…, Agent, Greenwich, CT
Tue Nov 2, 2010
To make it the easiest for you.....go park your car and walk the neighborhood.....on the weekend when folks are home....nod and say hello and you will see for yourself regardless of what flat statistics tell you!...

.Also put yourself in the hands of a real estate agent that you feel comfortable (safe) with and let her/him give the addresses of homes in your price range that you can walk by (do not knock on those doors! please!)...

I can make some calls to our associates who cover Bridgeport and get you a few names of agents if you like..

..I myself used to live in Fairfield, but I work mostly out of lower Fairfield County...tho I will service the town of Fairfield itself, Westport, New Canaan, STamford,.....I can be reached at home office 203-622-9205...

Best, Elizabeth
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Candace Lipi…, Agent, Norwalk, CT
Tue Nov 2, 2010
By law we cannot speak about the quality of an area, as well as the school system. It's subjective.

Here is the link to the Bridgeport Board of Ed:

Here is the link to the Police Department:

Here is the link to the Town of Bridgeport Main site;

Contacting the above will be more informative and objective, and will help you be better informed.
A Realtor can help you with price comparisons and what is available.
Also, having a Listingbook Account would be very helpful. It mirrors our MLS. It will show actives, Pendings and Solds. Any Realtor can do this for you.
It is the job of the Realtor to insure you have the best resources to make an informed decision

For further information, feel free to contact me.

Candy Lipira

"Your Beacon to Fairfield County Lifestyles"

Candace Lipira, Realtor
Keller Williams Platinum Properties
203-856-8501 cell
203-544-9786 home
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Tue Nov 2, 2010
Keep in mind that opinions are just that, and what may be good for one is not necessarily the case for another, and much would depend on exactly what a nice area means to you--real estate professionals are prohibited from steering--enticing a buyer to purchase, or not, in specific neighborhoods; therefore, if not familiar with the area, do consider visiting more than once and at different times of day; possibly chat with locals, drive around, look at anything that is important to you, etc., and make a determination--will your comfort level be reached.
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