Read more: Satisfied with Greenwich’s Services? There’s a Survey for that!
http://www.greenwichtime.com/local/article/Greenwich-survey-shows-satisfaction-with-services-5943443.php Parks and Recreation Get the Thumbs Up Permits and the Approval Process for Construction – Not so Much!
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Owners paid $2,250,000 in 2012…and the listing says that it is completely renovated. Full Listing – Click Below: http://www.debhalsey.com/Web/AR480203/ListingSearch/results/ It’s 5310 SF, septic but town water and gas on 2.41 acres in 2 acre zoning. 2012 was not a great year…but $1,500,000 for the renovations? For much of it, it looks as though they removed…
Read more: Property Transfers Greenwich September 19 – September 25
5 Brown House Road — Edith Bryson to Joanna and David Alpert, $1,195,000. 20 Church Street Unit A-12 — The Estate of Angela Musalo to Charles Baker, $522,500. 9 Durkin Place — Vera Hartunian to Sean Cunniffe, $1,170,300. 148 East Elm Street — Margaret Jura to Dragon Nutmeg LLC, $1,395,000. 1525 East Putnam Avenue Unit…
Read more: One Sexy Listing! 49 Grahampton Lane – $7,395,000
Nantucket shingle style exterior – inside – there are clean lines – sometimes too clean for some tastes I’m sure… The most important is that it is on a fabulous street – one of my favorites – where many would love to be as well… VERY PRIVATE LAKE SETTING SPRAWLS BEAUTIFUL FLOORS GREAT SEATING AREAS…
Read more: THE MARKET IS THE MARKET IS THE MARKET
Although entirely different price ranges, these 2 properties have the similar market stories….and there are many others just like them… After meeting with owners recently who also bought in 2004, disheartened and not willing to bend to the current market (quelle surprise!), this story is a direct corollary – with one exception. The owners of…
Read more: Say it Up Front? – Or Wait Until They Ask?
In other businesses that I have managed, my clients always appreciated having their expectations managed, therefore, I was always a proponent of giving information up front to save them time and limit disappointment. With real estate, I see very successful listing agents who list properties with ambiguity or fantasy over plain old truth…not all realtors…
Read more: Slim Pickins’ Create Bidding Wars
There were obviously at least two parties fighting over a tiny house (2213 SF), on a tiny lot (.228), RA7 zoning (densely populated) with absolutely no air conditioning (the listing excluded the window unit) and an awkward addition. And depending on how you interpret it, it’s located on a cul-de-sac, which is a dead end…
Read more: Contracts Today
12 Cross last sold for $600K in 2007 – Pemberwick – reports a contract today 469 Taconic – all the way out there at the border of Stamford – started at $1,895,000 in July last year…has a newish kitchen, but otherwise a farmhouse… 1.95 acres in 1 acre zoning. Seller bought it in 1998 for…
Read more: How Not to Photograph a Listing
Wow – a little common sense goes a long way! This listing is added to my Walls of Shame… DON’T USE A SO SO PHOTO AS THE HERO SHOT Toys in the fore ground, clutter on the mantel, little frames on all walls…mediocre is the first impression… MAKE THE BED! Suggest to the seller that…