I have lived in Danbury, Connecticut essentially all my life. I pride myself to stay knowledgeable on all real estate activities in the Hat City, plus as well as things that will help with clients with their daily life once they relocate into town. I understand it can be tough getting settled in a new town and you don't know where to start. I am here to guide you into enjoying all that Danbury has to offer, in addition to helping you find the right place to call home.
There's a lot of things that you may need to know, given in no particular order to assist with your move into town. You will need your own car to get around. Danbury is over square forty square miles and has a population of over 80,000 residents. From one end of town to the other can take twenty minutes or so depending on traffic and the route you take. There is no bridge or tunnel across Candlewood Lake. There will most likely be no more townhomes built directly on Candlewood Lake. Despite there being hundreds of restaurants in the area, there is only one restaurant, Down The Hatch, directly on the lake. Danbury has consistently ranked over the years as being of the safest cities in the country of it's size and has the lowest employment rate of any city in the state of CT. Danbury offers some of the most reasonable effective real estate prices & real estate taxes within the tri-state area.
There are other information of interest if you are moving to Danbury,Connecticut. There is only one public high school in Danbury, in addition the regional technical High school and regional Parochial school. Everywhere in Danbury is zoned for the public schools in Danbury. There are several elementary schools, zoned by the board of education, generally based on proximity to the school. Each respective bedroom community has it's own school system. Danbury offers many local business & service providers, in addition to National Franchises. There is a lot more to see of Danbury that what you can view from I-84 passing through town. Danbury, Connecticut offers a top rated public golf course, shoreline on one of the largest lakes in the state, a public nature preserve larger than Central Park, home to a state university and regional hospital.I welcome to you explore my city & hometown; you will be surprised with what the Hat City has to offer. Feel free to ask questions during or prior to your move-help is here!
A few things consider when making a real estate decision in my town. Home buyers are understand that it is an active market and well priced homes generally don't stick around too long.Buyers should also give themselves enough time to house hunt & go through the closing process before having to leave where they are now. It typically is a two month closing from the time the offer has been accepted.Home sellers should trust their agent & realize that it does take some time to sell. In addition, owners should there could be a couple of minor hiccups around the journey-but focus on the goal of moving. Please choose to partner with an experienced local real estate professional to save you time and money. Please fill out the form below and I will get back to you-Jonathan Hall with William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty, cell 203-417-0523
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