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Home Selling in 06825 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Sep 28, 2009
Linda Raymond answered:
Hi Zoryana,

I just ran a quick check for you, and there are 52 single family homes in Fairfield with three or more bedrooms and 13 condos under $400K. If you send me your contact information, I would be happy to email you these listings and also give you a Listingbook account that enables you direct access into our multiple listing service. You can reach me via cell, 203-912-4440 and email, Linda@LindaRaymondRealEstate.com.

Welcome "up North", I would love to help you and your family find a wonderful home here in Fairfield.

Sincerely,
Linda Raymond, Realtor, Consultant

William Raveis Real Estate Mortgage & Insurance
2525 Post Road
Southport, CT 06890
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Fri Mar 10, 2017
Minna Reid answered:
Well you get what you pay for. If you're just paying for a listing that's what you get - an mls listing. You will handle pricing, showings, paperwork, advertising, negotiations, etc. And you'll still have to offer the buyers broker a commission if you're hoping to get a buyer represented by an agent into the home. ... more
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Thu Jun 19, 2014
Jeffrey Clonts answered:
I have gotten email solicitations from them but have not used their services.
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Tue Jun 15, 2010
Linda A. Cappello answered:
Hello John,
I am a Realtor and do have a client/investor that purchases properties in this price range. If you are willing to provide the address, I am meeting with him on Tuesday evening and perhaps could set something up if this is in an area of interest.
Regards, Linda Cappello
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Mon Jun 16, 2008
Dan Ross answered:
If you are trying to estimate the value of your home in the current market, you should contact a Realtor and ask for a market analysis. There is typically no cost and no obligation. You can also find some of the closed sale info on Trulia or Zillow, however a Realtor can look at all of the factors involved and give you a more acurate picture. ... more
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Tue Oct 18, 2016
Marion Filley answered:
Yes, though certain market areas are strong than others. Currently 12 houses up to $525,000 list (many will close for less than list) have contingency free contracts. Another 8 are under binder. Actual closings in the first 6 weeksare not necessarily a good gauge as they tend to be based on activity at least 60 - 90 days earlier. There have been 10 closings to date this year which compares to 15 at this time last year (total sale in the 400-500 range last year was 139). If you want further information on inventory, months of supply--or need any further information--please e-mail me. ... more
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