Why It Pays to Be Different in This Business

It pays to be different in real estate, and our team knows how to disrupt the market to get your home sold quickly and for top dollar.
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Our team is a team of market disrupters.

If you’ve had the opportunity to meet with us and go through our marketing plan or you’ve seen some of our advertisements, all of that is positioned to be market disruptors. In other words, it’s meant to place our homes in a different light. To present them in a way that will attract more viewers. After all, 93% of all homebuyers start their search online.

The bottom line is it pays to be different in this business. It’s a business where people can get a license in 60 hours of classwork and be deemed responsible, intelligent, and knowledgeable enough to manage one of your largest assets. We don’t hire financial planners, insurance brokers, or accountants like that, but for some reason in real estate, that’s what we do.

Maybe it’s time to hire a market disruptor—someone who looks at the market from a different angle. Someone who markets your home from a different light.

If you have any questions on how we can do this for you, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I look forward to working with you.

Does a Flat Market Spell Doom for Connecticut Homeowners?


Today, I want to briefly share the latest market statistics, so you can make informed decisions in the Connecticut marketplace. In particular, I want to share a few trends I’ve noticed from February 2015 to February 2016.

On a macroeconomic level, our market is up 2%, but on a more localized level, we’ve seen a 4% decline in median sale price. This essentially means the market is pretty flat. February is not a great month for home sales, so I’m not worried about the dip we’ve noticed on the local level. On the flipside, I’m not getting too excited about the 2% rise on the macroeconomic level, because that too is an indication that the market as a whole hasn’t seen much movement.

The numbers aren’t in quite yet, but March was a very good month for inventory movement. I’ll keep you updated as that data rolls in. A flat market isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but hopefully I’ll have some better news in the next market update.

If you have any questions about Connecticut real estate, or if you need real estate assistance of any kind, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We would love to hear from you!