Buyer’s Resources & Articles

  • Buying Your First Home: Why Work With a Real Estate Agent?

    Are you a first time buyer searching for your first home? Wondering whether you need a real estate agent? Find out how a real estate agent can help here Are you planning to enter the property market for the first time and buy your own…

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  • 3 Tips for Finding Luxury Homes in Connecticut

    You’ve worked hard. You’ve built your wealth. And now, it’s time to harvest the fruits of your labor. You deserve to live in a luxury home where you can enjoy some of the finer things in life. This includes high-tech kitchens, spa bathrooms, high-end finishes,…

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  • 3 Things That Could Help You Win a Bidding War on a Home

    With a limited number of homes for sale today and so many buyers looking to make a purchase before mortgage rates rise further, bidding wars are common. According to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), nationwide, homes are getting an average of 4.8 offers per sale. Here’s a look at how…

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  • Is It Enough To Offer Asking Price in Today’s Housing Market?

    If you’re planning to buy a home this season, you’re probably thinking about what you’ll need to do to get your offer accepted. In previous years, it was common for buyers to try and determine how much less than the asking price they could offer to still…

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  • Are More Listings Hitting the Market?

    Did Your Dream Home Just Come on the Market? For the first time in a long time, the number of newly listed homes is beginning to rise. In their latest monthly release, realtor.com reveals the number of existing homes entering the market has increased for two months in…

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