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General Information From the Dept. of Consumer Protection: A Buyer’s agent represents the interests of the buyer in a real estate transaction. The Buyer’s agent’s responsibilities to the buyer are: undivided loyalty, obedience, diligence, disclosure, confidentiality, accounting, and reasonable skill and care. All duties are fiduciary — they are owed exclusively to the buyer – NOT to the seller. Learn More
“Get a broker on your side. In most states, real-estate agents work for the seller, not the buyer. This means that the agent wants to get the seller the best price possible. Using a buyer’s broker, who has your best interest in mind, may help you shave thousands off a home’s purchase price, mortgage or various other costs, and there is no fee to the consumer.” Woman’s Day suggests to find a buyer’s broker, you should call one of the many referral services across the country such as Buyer’s Trust… ” – “Cutting Your Expenses” by Karen J. Bannan was featured in the January 2nd. edition of Woman’s Day Magazine
The mesmerizing beauty of this town has been immortalized by the poet Mark Van Doren in his poem ‘The Hills Of Little Cornwall’. The countryside town of Cornwall, Connecticut is located in the Litchfield County on the Housatonic River. The rural community and rustic charm of this small town is very appealing. Incorporated in 1740, Cornwall, Connecticut has a history of being a farming land in the early years.
Today Cornwall is home to the Cream Hill Agricultural School and Foreign Mission School. It is known as the ‘Home of the Covered Bridge’ because it of the West Cornwall Covered Bridge which had been installed in 1864 and is still functional.
With a population of just 1387 people, this town is home to a privileged few. The median home value in this area is $393,500. The listings are few in number but highly coveted because of the appreciation rate of property prices in the last 10 years which is around 18%. The cost of living is 47% higher than the average in US but the residents are economically well off to afford such a lifestyle.
Cornwall, Connecticut has a nature conservatory called Cathedral Pines which is home to an old-growth forest. It contains a part of the Mohawk State Forest. A ski resort is present as well for the recreation of the town residents.
If you want to be a part of a community that is fortunate enough to live in this serene little town, you can get in touch with Connecticut Real Estate & Investment any time.
Why work with us:
- We offer exclusive brokerage services to the buyers. This means that we represent the buyer 100% in any deal instead of opting for dual agency and representing both parties.
- We negotiate with the seller till we extract the best deal from him for the property of your choice. Our negotiations are made stronger with the help of market evaluation and property price comparisons.
- Our property search system for Cornwall, Connecticut comes up with the top choices in your range so that you can get a variety of good options.
- We never force you to buy a particular property because we do not protect the seller’s interests. In fact, our involvement begins after you choose a property from the results offered by our search portal.
If you are convinced to buy a home in Cornwall, Connecticut, you can immediately contact Connecticut Real Estate & Investment for expert guidance and property acquisition.