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Finding a Home – Do You REALLY Need a Realtor?

  • August 16, 2018

Everyone still calls active would-be home buyers “house hunters.”  The term hasn’t changed; the goal hasn’t either—but today the activity it conjures up is very different from that it did just a short while ago.…

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How Does Real Estate Figure Into Your Life?

  • August 10, 2018

New to Market: The only new construction contemporary home in Greenwich, CT   http://robinkencelgroup.com/properties/50-sumner-road/ I have represented properties where it was clear within minutes- unless the listing price was out of thin air and not connected…

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Five Signs That Your Kitchen Needs Help

  • July 17, 2018

Every Greenwich Realtor® has heard this observation from a selling client more than once: “Now that I’ve fixed the place up, it’s so nice to live here!” It’s sometimes followed by a wistful, “I should…

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“As Is” Listing Dramas

  • June 18, 2018

Of all the attention-grabbing terms to be found in Greenwich listings, the audacious “as-is” ranks right up there near the top of the deck.  Intentional or not, it carries a pronounced dramatic aura.  Whenever I…

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Real Estate Maxims– True or False?

  • May 18, 2018

Homeowners used to be able to rely on some real estate truisms that have been around forever. One of them was Mark Twain’s, “Buy land; they’re not making it anymore.” Another came from homespun humorist…

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Is Buying A House Really That Smart?

  • May 6, 2018

With interest rates on the rise and the new tax code implementation looming, you may be thinking that now is NOT the time to buy your next  home.  It may feel like a financial stretch—especially…

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If Greenwich High Schools Taught Real Estate

  • April 26, 2018

Even though the average adult homeowner spends about a quarter of his/her or their hard-earned income on real estate-related expenses, there’s no Greenwich high school course that teaches real estate fundamentals. We may have all…

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