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Mon Oct 19, 2009
Fernando Branco asked:
SalesSales in September were 39. This is down 4.9% from 41 in September of 2008. Sales/list price ratio in September moved up to 94.7% from 94.2% in August. PricesMedian pri...
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Sun Oct 18, 2009
Charles Nedder answered:
Hello Fernando,
This is Charlie Nedder from Weichert Capital Properties 203-524-4303.
Your NEW listing at Hayes House looks great and I think that it is PRICED CORRECTLY for the market.
Charlie Nedder
Weichert Realtors Stamford
203-524-4303
www.riverside-homes-ct.com
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Fri Oct 9, 2009
Len Schwartz answered:
Hi Alina.
Tell me what you're looking for. Which house is it? I will see what I can find out about it.
Kind regards,
Len
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Thu Oct 8, 2009
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Mon May 3, 2010
Linda Raymond answered:
Hi Alina,

It could be under "binder" which is a prelininary contract before the full-blown Purchase and Sale Agreement. When it's under binder, it is set to CTS status in the MLS which means Continue to Show, so it is technically still on the market and will show up on all websites, but it is also under a binder contract. if your agent said that it was under contract (not just under binder), it could be that the buyer's loan fell through and the property was put back on the market. I hope that helps. Linda Raymond, William Raveis Real Estate, Southport, CT ... more
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Mon May 3, 2010
Albert Bajaio GRI,CBR answered:
Sat Oct 10, 2009
Dahlia Madison answered:
Hello Newctenant,

Please check this listing: http://bit.ly/91sh231. If you are interested in viewing this condo, please contact me.

Thanks,
Dahlia Madison
203.883.9170
fairfieldcountyhomes@gmail.com ... more
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Fri Sep 4, 2009
Fred Griffin answered:
Your Homeowners' or Condominium Association can explore taking legal action against Members who violate Restrictive Covenants or Condominium Rules.

Lawbreakers can be reported to City Code Enforcement and / or to the Police.

Illegally parked vehicles can be reported to the Police.

Child Endangerment can be reported to Family Services.

The Media (Newspapers / TV) may have an interest in "Obnoxious Neighbors".


See an Attorney for Legal Advice.

Best wishes,
Fred
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Mon Aug 17, 2009
Michael Tetreau answered:
Are you looking at Single Family homes or Investment properties? What price range are you comparing? To provide the best opinion to meet your objectives, it would be helpful to know what price range options to compare. Just let me know, Mike

Mike Tetreau
William Raveis Real Estate
mike@tetreau.com
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Sun Nov 15, 2009
Dahlia Madison answered:
Hubbard Avenue is located in the Hubbard Heights section of Stamford. It is a quiet and friendly community close to Greenwich as well as all Downtown Stamford restaurants, shops and amenities. I know several people who are long-time Hubbard Heights residents and are proud of their close-knit community. Please contact me if you would like more details on the surrounding homes. I look forward to helping you in making your decision. Have a good day! ... more
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Tue Aug 31, 2010
Catherine Richardson answered:
Hi Michael,
There are several Avalon properties in Stamford. Most of them have many amenities such as a gym, concierge services, internet-ready apartments, etc. A credit check is required, long and short term rentals are available. Please let me know if I can help you find a place!
Best regards,
Catherine Richardson
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Thu Oct 17, 2013
Charles Nedder answered:
Hello Trottolino,
The answer to this question will be relative to the style of home and finishes you choose. It can be compounded by the improvements needed for the vacant land. If you look at a selection of new construction homes currently available for sale in Stamford CT, you will see a range between $400sqft - $900sqft.
I hope this helps,
Charlie Nedder Realtor
Weichert Capital Properties
Stamford CT Real Estate
203-524-4303
WWW.CNEDDER.COM
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Wed Sep 16, 2009
Charles Nedder answered:
Having just showed 95 Liberty, I have to say that these townhomes look amazing. Wonderful details, top of the line kitchens and bahts, attached garages, guest parking...all great features that make this a very nice place to call home. The City of Stamford at large has wonderful public parks including Cove Island Park, Cumming Park and Scalzi Park....offering beaches, ice rink, marina, tennis, playground soccer and baseball fields. Downtown Stamford CT features wonderful restaurants, nightlife and a very active business community. To learn more about the Stamford community and the properties at 95 Liberty St, please visit WWW.STAMFORD--REALESTATE.COM ... more
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Sun Jun 14, 2009
Charles Nedder answered:
Hello Larr,
Downtown Stamford is alive! The Mill River Park renovation, the shops, the restaurants...it is all great.
Trump Parc is in the heart...how much better can it get? If you have not seen the Trump Parc model or if you are unfamiliar with the area, please give me a call. It would be my pleasure to show you how wonderful life is in downtown Stamford.
Charlie Nedder
Weichert Capital Properties
203-524-4303
www.cnedder.com
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Sun Jun 7, 2009
Samuel Gabe answered:
Mike,
Anything is possible. You could even have some combination like city water and septic system. You don't say if you are working with an agent so if you are contractually represented you should ask them. Else, give me a call and I will be delighted to assist you. -Sam ... more
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Mon May 18, 2009
Laura Feghali answered:
Hello Silva,
Yes, the Hubbard Heights neighborhood is safe and quite charming. It's in an area that is close to the downtown area and train but is mostly a single-family residential community that is composed of older homes that are well maintained. I hope this is helpful to you.
Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
Stamford
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Sun May 5, 2013
Leslie Woods-Hulse answered:
The home inspector if he or she is good should spend between 3.5 to 4.5 hours in the home. They should start on the outside grounds and move to the basement and work up from there. A typical home inspection will have a from to fill out to start with and if the inspector has an electical form that will be emailed over to you when they are finished. This recommended to all buyers as they are a second set of eyes. ... more
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Fri May 1, 2009
Christopher Rich answered:
Hi William,

Congratulations on your potential home purchase. Here are a few things you should inquire about:

1. The seller should have disclosure forms (general, lead, mold) that will provide you information about any known existing problems with the home, the age of mechanicals and roof, etc. This is very important information to have and can affect the value of the home and what you might offer to pay for it.

2. Make sure the seller is not in a short sale situation. A short sale is when the seller owes more money than they are asking for the home. In a short sale situation, both the owner and the bank/lender will have to agree to accept your offer. If the seller does not want to disclose this information, you can research it through public records.

3. You need to discuss time frames for the move, contingencies in your offer such as an inspection and mortgage contingencies.

4. You need to analyze current comparable sold, active and expired homes in order to determine a fair offer for the home.

For more home buying articles and how-to's you can visit my website. If I can be of further help or you are interested in being represented and guided through the whole buying process from offer to closing, don't hesitate to contact me. In most cases, the seller with pay the buyer's agent commission and you will have the advantage of being represented.

Best wishes,
Christopher Rich
Managing Broker/REALTOR
HomeStyles Real Estate
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Tue Apr 21, 2009
Charles Nedder answered:
Good Morning,
I have had many clients request the Springdale neighborhood. It has a true community spirit. Additionally, there is the Springdale Train Station which is a great advantage to commuters. Springdale offers a great variety of housing options from studio apartments to luxury single family homes.
Charlie Nedder Weichert Realtors 203-524-4303
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