Danbury,CT offers a variety a townhome options at different pricing levels. In my experience, I found that several communities offering very similar pricing for the similar types of homes you would be living in. With this knowledge, I am able to assist clients with understanding the local market whether their goal is to sell their home or purchase. The overall market tells us what is happening in the town, and we can go further in detail by reviewing neighborhood to neighborhood.Sales information is below for reported closings on the Smart MLS
*Sales From 1/1/2018 to 10/28/2018. Sales Data per Smart MLS 10/28/2018, accurate but not guaranteedIt's amazing to think the 28.2 condominiums on average in this time period sell every month. That is almost one sale every day of the year. Considering banks don't do closings on weekends and there are holidays, so there are generally a lot of homes being sold. I think of the increase in number of homes sold & pricing is due to the ongoing new construction over the Rivington-in most completed communities,the # of numbers sold appear to be stable or declining due to less moving, but due to lack of home, in some neighborhoods pricing has increased-contact me for details about your move.Generally speaking, a purchase of about $255,000, the price would typically afford you a 2 bedroom 1.5 bath home in the Sterling Wood or Kensington Woods community, approximately 1152 square feet on above grade plus about 250 additional square feet in the finished lover level. There is a breakfast nook, a pantry, gas fireplace, master bedroom with a large closet, in unit laundry, a deck, open main level floor plan, gas heat, central air and a garage. Homes were built between 1996-2002, and are in generally good condition and offers access on the communities on-site amenities. There would other choices available as well.Are you in the market to purhcase or sell a condomioniuim in the Danbury,CT area? I am here to help you. My name is Jonathan Hall-A Realtor With William Pitt Sotehbhys' International Realty in Danbury,CT. Visit my website to learn about the area and properties. Please call or text me at 203-417-0523 with your requests on moving. I look forward to hearing from you.
There are many factors on deciding which real estate agent that you want to partner with for finding a new home in Greater Danbury & Candlewoood Lake area of Connecticut. By choosing the right real estate professional, you have save yourself time, money and stress in the moving process. Think about the following questions when you met with an agent when you are considering purchasing a home.-How often do you get back to me? -How do showings work? -Can we go after work and weekends? --Will you show me all of your listings, not just for your offices? -Do you speak your opinion after seeing houses?-Do you know what other area homes are selling for?-Do you take separate cars to houses?-Would you tell me if a house we see is a good fit or not?-We will be spending a lot of time together. Do you think we would work well together?-Are you a full time real estate agent?-How do you feel about the possibly of a short sale or foreclosure? -How long can we spend at each house?-Do you have an idea of neighborhoods that would fit our needs?-What would you put in an offer to protect me?-Is our budget realistic for what we are looking for in a home?-How do you recommend a bidding strategy? -Do you have any recommend lenders,home inspector or attorney?-In the past, how many offers and house viewings do your clients take til they get the right home?-Where do you recommend we search for homes online?-Can we see a house that we like more than onece?-How does making an offer work?-How long does it take to close once an offer has been accepted?
My name is Jonathan Hall. I'm a local Realtor with William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty in Danbury,CT-servicing both Danbury & the Greater Candlewood Valley Region. You can visit my website to learn more about me. You can call or text me anytime at 203.417.-0523 or send me an email to DanburyRealEstate@Gmail.Com. I am ready to meet with you to talk local real estate if you are thinking of purchasing a new home. I look forward to hearing from you
In case anybody out there is wondering, I don't only do townhome and condo sellers and buyers. I am also quite experienced with working with clients that need to purchase or sell a more traditional single family home. If you currently own a townhome and feel a single family home would be a better fit your lifestyle, I have the knowledge and experience to make your transition and moving process as stress free as possible. In the other side, if you currently own a single family home in the Greater Danbury area and realize it is time to move into a condominium, we can partner to insure a quick sale & make your sure your purchase is just perfect for you, not settling. I look forward to hearing from you.
With condos, you can not change the floor plan. Ask yourself when you are looking at units, is the space set up for you? Do you like how the kitchen is designed? Do you like having a lower level, with or without a walkout lower level. Is the garage and laundry at a convenient location for you? Is there enough storage? -Condition:With a condo or townhome, the owners are responsible for the interior. Because of that, there might not be a guarantee that each unit is created equally. Are you ok with doing an extensive renovation to the home if needed or just want a turnkey property? With any property, you usually have to make some small changes or repairs.-Your budget:A local mortgage professional can guide you to see how much of a mortgage you qualify for. See what the total monthly payment is including association dues and property taxes . If you don't feel comfortable with the overall cost,adjust accordingly. -Comparsion of value:You as the buyer determine the value. Is it worth it for you to pay more for a turn key unit, rather than to invest your own TLC to update the unit to your standards. Is the extra space worth it to you? Is being a few minutes further from the New York State border with it if you can save on the purchas price or get a larger home for similiar pricing? -Does it feel like home?Thiis is the most imporant question among all of these. If all of these things come into play, it is time to make an offer if all of your ducks are in a row. If not, let's keep looking.