Frequently Asked Questions

Since I am have been active in the real estate industry for several years in the Greater Danbury area, I find that a lot of my clients have asked me the same questions repeatedly. Here are some of the more frequently asked items about buying or selling a townhome or condominium.

Question:
 I own property in the Danbury area but have relocated elsewhere. Can you help me sell it?

Absolutely. I've had several clients leave the area but remain property owners. I highly recommend making a visit prior to listing to check the condition of the house and to meet with me in person to discuss a strategy. I have extensive experience with out of town owners, managing properties and relationships with trades professionals that can make any repairs or updates that home needs or should have before going up for sale.From there, I can take over and hopefully get your home sold in a timely manner.

Question:I have limited time to house hunt. What do you suggest?

Discuss with me the most important things in a home at our home buying consultation before going out. We can zip through several homes in one day.If you find something that you don't like, tell me since I'm working for you. I have experience with all the major complexes in the area and can point out things as we house-hunt to speed out your search.  Real estate is my full time profession and I can usually accommodate showing requests.

Question:How come prices vary so much in the area and even within the same neighborhood?


Home prices in the neighborhood can vary due to condition, size and motivation of the homeowner. I am experienced in the market enough to identify good values and homes that might be sitting on the market for longer than average due to the owner's asking price. The area does offer a diverse housing selection, which is why prices can be over the map.

Question:How can I reach you?

My cell phone is the best way to reach me,203.417.0523. You can call or text me. My email address is DanburyRealEstate@Gmail.Com. I work out of the William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty Office-112 Federal Road in Danbury,CT, the big white house in front of the Home Depot.

Question:I own a single family home and wish to downsize into a condominium. Can you help us?

Absoutely. My practice is not limited to just condominiums and townhomes. I'll be happy to meet with you to discuss the sale of your home, the timing and your wish list from you new home.

Question:Where is your area of service?
I am active from Redding up to northern New Milford and east to west from Danbury to Middlebury and potential down to Oxford or Monroe. Outside of this area of Connecticut, I do have relationships with other real estate professionals that can assist you. I am not licensed in New York.


Question:Do you only work with resale properties?

Most of the communities that are listed on this website have been completed for several years, so construction has ended. There are other communities in the area that offer brand new units. I advise that you do not contact them or visit them in person without going through me for a number of reasons.


Question:Do you work with first time buyers or sellers?

Very much so. Many of my clients have never bought or sold a home before. I feel I do a great job in educating my clients the guidance and support needed to have a successful transaction.


Question: How are you compensated? 

All compensation is spelled in the buyer agency agreement or listing contact. I will be happy to go into details at the in-person meeting.

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