Housing inventory in Mansfield is low. Is it the gloomy skies? The constant rain during one of the wettest Aprils on record? Is it trepidation about crumbling basements? Is it the volatility of interest rates? If you read what is reported about Connecticut’s declining census, you have to wonder why inventory isn’t booming. Are these [...]
Blog :: 04-2019
A full 70% of Americans say tidying their home offers them a feeling of accomplishment, 61% say it makes them feel "de-stressed," 54% say they experience "relaxation,” 47% say they feel more “productive” and 31% say they feel more “confident”. According to a survey of 2,000 adults released [...]
Now is the time to market your Mansfield Storrs area home for sale in the spring and summer months ahead. You probably want to get where you are going by Fall. If you follow the professional guidance provided by your agent you should be able to avoid a protracted marketing period, unsatisfactory negotiations and move through your [...]
Home Selling Team just listed 68 Tinkerville Road in Willington, CT for $550,000. MLS# 170183476.
This contemporary style home is showplace featuring 4,000 square feet, 4 bedrooms and baths, on 6.8 acres abutting the Fenton Ruby Park in Willington, CT.
This home has been meticulously maintained and features many stunning architectural details including coffered and vaulted ceilings and is just 8.5 miles from UConn. [...]
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Sellers ask us what they can expect to get for their home if they sell it with a crumbling basement. One that is obvious to the naked eye or one that has been confirmed to have the presence of pyrrhotite but is showing no signs of deterioration. What if, as the seller, you want to avoid the application process, the out of pocket expense, the stress, and the waiting that comes with a CFSIC claim?