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CT REAL ESTATE BUYERS – READY, SET, GO!!

Shelton, Stratford and Trumbull are showing some wonderful prices, $189K – in the White Hills section of Shelton, 249K asking in Trumbull and 165K for a home in “The Green “ in Stratford. All are homes that need cosmetic repairs and all are homes that will increase in value as the market inflates. One of my favorite mortgage...

RealtyQuest moves Darien CT real estate sales office

Darien, CT real estate firm RealtyQuest Real Estate Sales and Services has just moved to 30 Old Kings Highway South from its former office at 15 Corbin Drive. “Our new home is a big step up for us in terms of quality and convenience”, states RealtyQuest owner David Epprecht.  “The 30 OKHS office, only a few hundred yards from the old location, affords even greater...

Ghosts of Stratford Past

Meet Dr. Samuel Johnson, his son William , signer of the Constitution and William's wife, Susan. They will give you the real lowdown on life in the 1700's. Costumed actors, representing a cross-section of the citizenry of the time, will talk about what's happening in town and in their lives. I've heard a buzz that Ben Franklin might  visit! Refreshments and tickets will...

Stratford Sales Report – September 2011

Highest Sale Price: $380,000 - 240 Chapel Street after 291 DOM Lowest Sale Price $125,000 - 125 Dover Street after 8 DOM September 2011 - 29 Single Family homes sold vs 20 Single Family homes in 2010 Average selling price September 2011 - $239,216 Average selling price September  2010 - $246,100 Average listing price September 2011 - $253,211 Average listing price September 2010 -  $ 261,411 Median...

The Tomatoes on your Window Sill

FIVE RECIPES TO USE UP THE TOMATOES ON YOUR WINDOW SILL Last January, you pined for fresh warm tomatoes plucked from your own backyard. Well now you have them! Here are five easy and delicious ways to enjoy the bounty. 1. Freeze perfect  tomatoes whole. Just wash and dry them. Freeze on cookie sheets and then transfer to plastic bags.  This EZ idea came from my Aunt...