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How to Win an Offer on a Home in Today’s Market

Today’s homebuyers are faced with a strong sellers’ market, which means there are a lot of active buyers competing for a relatively low number of available homes. As a result, it’s essential to understand how to make a confident and com...

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Sell Your House this Spring, It’s Never Been Better

When selling a house, most homeowners hope for a quick and profitable transaction that puts them in a position to make a great move. If you’re waiting for the best time to win as a seller, the market is calling your name this spring. The me...

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Why You Should Sell Now

    The housing market made an incredible recovery in 2020 and is now positioned for an even stronger year in 2021. Record-low mortgage interest rates are a driving factor in this continued momentum, with average rates ho...

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Home Equity – the BIG winner in 2020

In a year that was financially devastating for many Americans, some good news for most homeowners is the dramatic gain in home equity over the last twelve months. Last week, CoreLogic released its 2020 3rd Quarter Homeowner Equity Insights ...

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Is the bubble about to pop in Fairfield County?

Talk of a housing bubble is beginning to crop up as home prices have appreciated at a rapid pace this year. All across Fairfield County there has been an increase in median and average home prices and the concern is will it going up too fas...

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Real Estate Market Update November 2020

How is the Real Estate Market doing in your area? Fairfield County is still continuing to feel the housing surge with historically low inventory and low mortgage rates creating high buyer demand. With the unprecedented pandemic, we are continu...

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Is it a Good Time to Buy with Home Prices Surging?

Housing inventory all over Fairfield County is at historic lows. Realtor.com just reported that there are 39% fewer homes for sale today than there were last year. At the same time, buyer demand remains strong. In a recent newsletter, resea...

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