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Home Selling in Stamford : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 25, 2013
Terri Vellios answered:
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Fri Oct 31, 2014
Missy Freccia answered:
Yes, you are able to sell your unit. There are not too many coop units still remaining and there are rules and regulations as stated that will need to be adhered to but it can be listed and sold as any other coop or condo unit. ... more
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Thu Jul 25, 2013
David Burnham answered:
It depends on what you paid, how much work you may have put in, any write off you may have taken, your tax bracket, etc.

Here is a basic example, assume that you paid $120k and have taken a tax depreciation of $4363 each year for 5 years. With this, your tax base would be about $97k, so you would pay a long term capital gain of 15% (or less, depending on your tax bracket) on the difference between $183,511 and the $97k.

You can also take other deductions to help reduce the gain, but that is the general idea.

Talk to a tax professional to get a more details.
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Mon Oct 11, 2010
Ed Yuchowitz answered:
The best thing you can do is to have an agent come to your home and walk through it with you. Tell me why you purchased it and what made it special to you. The market value will depend on the condition of the house and how updated it is. I will be more than happy to see your home and then give you comparables which will give you an idea of what the house is worth in this market. My cell is 203-257-0194 and i work in Stamford for The Property Network which was voted the Best Real estate Agency in Stamford for 2010. Ed Yuchowitz ... more
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Wed Sep 29, 2010
Victoria Lorusso answered:
If you will send me the listing # I would be happy to look it up for you. Send to
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Sat Oct 6, 2012
Dan Tabit answered:
Trulia gather their information from MLS, Postlets and other listing syndication. Agents can log in, claim and edit their listings. Contact your listing agent and insure all the other marketing information on your home is accurate and ask them to make the necessary changes.
I hope this helps.
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Sun Aug 1, 2010
Ellen Christian answered:
Your agent should be able to provide you with the market absorption rate for a 2 br. Condo in your price range. Hars to answer your second question because it all depends on the client's needs and situation. - have my potential buyer clients talk with their accountant and mortgage originator to determine whether it makes sense to buy versus rent. ... more
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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
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