Real Estate Blog

Local News, Events & Advice

Get the full scoop on upcoming events, Greater Danbury real estate market reports, the hottest new listings, interest rates and home values.  You will also find tips and advice for buying and selling homes.  Please stop by often, as we always have interesting news to share!

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The Home Buyer's Guide to Getting Mortgage Ready Don’t wait until you’re ready to move to start preparing financially to buy a home.   If you’re like the vast majority of home buyers, you will choose to finance your purchase with a mortgage loan. By preparing in...

Home Design Trends to Watch in 2018

We frequently get questions from clients who are taking on decorating and remodeling projects and want to ensure their dollars are invested wisely. Which looks will last for years to come, and which ones will feel dated quickly? What colors and styles are...

Real Estate 2018: What to Expect

Boom or bust … what will 2018 bring? We have answers!

Get economists’ predictions on the real estate market, interest rates and more.

What real estate trends do you expect to see in 2018? Share your own predictions in the comments!

20 Gift ideas for the gadget lover

Are you looking for some holiday gift ideas for that gadget loving friend or family member? Click for more details on 20 gadget that might make it to your wish list.

Important Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector

Important Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector When you are ready to buy a home, you want to know EXACTLY what you’re buying, right? Imagine how frustrated you’d be to find out that the hot water heater wasn’t working—in the middle your first shower? Or if you find...

10 Tips to Turn Your Neighborhood Into a Hometown Haven

Welcome Home! 10 Tips to Turn Your Neighborhood Into a Hometown Haven "Communities work better (students perform better, crime rates are lower, kids are safer, people live longer) when neighbors know one another better. Knowing your neighbor on a first-name