Real Estate Agents In Washington, CT

 
 
           
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Washington, CT real estate agents directory

  • William Raveis Real Estate

    Diana Newbert

    Mobile: 1-203-470-0391    Office: 1-860-946-0764   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Diana Newbert

    "Professional Association National Association of Realtors Connecticut Association of Realtors Northern Fairfield County Assoc. of Realtors President - Greater New Milford Board of Realtors Chair - GNMBR Scholarship Fund CHP Designation - Certified Homeowner Professional Achievements William Raveis - President's Club Top Agent " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: New Fairfield, CT - Brookfield, CT - Washington, CT - Sherman, CT - Bridgewater, CT - New Milford, CT - 


 
Finding a real estate agent in Washington, CT to help with buying or selling a property can make the difference between a traumatic and smooth move. When looking to sell a house fast, an experienced Realtor® can be your best friend. While the real estate agent fees may seem too high, buying a house or an investment property is far more complicated than buying a product from a convenience store. Working with a real estate agent in Washington, CT will spare you of hours and hours of driving around so that you can focus on the things that matter to you most.

Individual property agents, as well as realty companies, are listed on The Official Real Estate Agent Directory® to enable you to easily find a Washington Realtor® - a professional who will help you to buy or sell a home in a timely manner. Don't forget to ask about deals he/she has with home improvement companies or moving companies. If you need more help, you can also read the articles in our Advice section as well as our Blog. There you can find information on a wide range of subjects related to real estate. Feel free to contact anyone from the above list of residential and commercial real estate agents to assist in buying, selling or renting your home.

Zipcodes covered by agents in Washington, Connecticut

06777
06793
06794
 
 

Popular Real Estate Terms

Before getting a loan to buy a property, you must know the definition of foreclosure. A foreclosure is the process of making a loan due immediately. Technically, a loan becomes due way sooner than initially specified in the Amortization Schedule because the borrower (the mortga ...

A sale price below market value, where the difference is a gift from the sellers to the buyers. Such gifts are usually between family members. Lenders will usually allow the gift to count as a down payment. ...

Did you hear a real estate contractor mentioning the territory you want to build a dwelling on is made of alluvium? Or a home inspector told you a section is in danger because there’s a lot of alluvium around it? And you have no idea what alluvium is? Alluvium is loose, u ...

To depreciate is to lose value for something. Depreciation is the act of losing worth.Connecting with real estate, Property depreciation can be both an accounting method typically used to assess the decrease of value of something stretched over time in order to reduce taxable inc ...

The Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act (RESPA) is a piece of law passed by the US Congress in 1974 to protect homebuyers and home sellers against bad settlement practices. The Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act (RESPA) regulates mortgage loans by requiring the lender to dis ...

Often referred to as a “second mortgage”, a home equity loan is a type of loan where the borrower disposes to the lender its equity to the home as collateral. To better understand home equity loans, let’s do a chronological rundown of the life of home ...

Popular Real Estate Questions

To figure out where you stand on the debt-to-income ratio, you must first understand the meaning of the figure. Most lenders use the ratio 28/36. The first number, which is also referred to as the front-end ratio, is the percentage of your gross monthly income that you could com ...

To understand what is a subprime mortgage, we need to talk about the subprime definition. Subprime means something that is not in the best conditions and, in this scenario, it refers to a subprime borrower; that is someone who has a complicated financial history and provides too ...

You’ve searched all through the internet regarding how to close a real estate deal without an agent and now you’ve arrived here and we hope that you finally have the answer you need. Let’s go: Let us be bluntly honest with you: you will never be able to close a ...

Are you worried about the constant speeding on your street and neighborhood and you wish to do something to stop it? Traffic calming is the name given to measure that seek to give an order to the traffic in a way that it balances both its frequency and its intensity- that is; me ...

You’re researching your options regarding a homeowner’s insurance policy and you’re wondering which to get; there are so many! Then, your real estate agent, a great experienced guy, says: just get the comprehensive homeowners insurance. And you say: ok, but ...

Wondering what is the difference between a condominium and an apartment? Well, differently from the difference between an apartment and a flat, this one is not so much related to word usage; they are actually two different things. Here’s the thing: whenever someone talks a ...

 

Real Estate Advice and Tips

 

Home Seller Tips

How To Rebuild Your Life After A Foreclosure?

How To Rebuild Your Life After A Foreclosure?

When one chapter ends, another one begins. Foreclosures are simply that: fresh new beginnings. Of course, it can bring you down for a while, it may have a negative impact on your credit score for years and even on your relationships, but you can rebuild your life and live happily ever after. Foreclosures are like a bad dream that for some homeowners becomes a reality. ...

Homebuyer Tips

5 U.S. Cities With The Best Public Transportation

5 U.S. Cities With The Best Public Transportation

Not everyone can own a car, and in some parts of the country it’s actually cheaper (and sometimes easier) to use public transport instead of a personal vehicle. Many cities are offering better and more accessible public transport as it becomes a necessity, especially in communities created for residents who don’t drive. Public transportation is a ...

Homebuyer Tips

Best Cities For Families

Best Cities For Families

Whenever we do a “best ____ for _____”  type of article, we always discuss the metrics pertaining to that subject and come up with a ranking of sorts. But today, because the discussion within the subject has so many variables, we’ve decided to do it differently. To tell us about the best places to raise a family, we’ve imagined a typical ...

Homebuyer Tips

6 Types Of Land Surveys You Should Be Aware Of

6 Types Of Land Surveys You Should Be Aware Of

Land is a precious resource because it is very limited and nobody’s going to make any more of it.  As you already know, about 70% of the Earth is covered by water and the rising sea level is threatening. Then, not all the dry land is suitable for construction or even habitable - 33% is dessert while mountains occupy another 24%. This means there are only 15.8 ...

Homebuyer Tips

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Vacation Rental

Do you have a vacation rental? Or do you want to invest in one? Read the following tips to improve your business skills. Wise real estate investments have changed lives for generations. Actually, 45% of real estate investors buy properties with the intent to rent and earn extra money. If you’ve purchased a rental property in an attempt to get rich quickly, you might ...

Homebuyer Tips

Benefits Of Owning A Home Vs. Renting

Benefits Of Owning A Home Vs. Renting

Do you want to make a conversation with your friends more interesting? Start talking about the benefits of owning a home vs. renting one and you will see how many different opinions there are. Everybody will take sides, and at the end of your fight - because it’s very likely it will degenerate - you will still be left wondering what the pros and cons of buying a ...

Agent Advice

Cryptocurrency: A Real Estate Niche

Cryptocurrency: A Real Estate Niche

Last December, the first-ever Bitcoin-to-Bitcoin real estate transaction in America took place: a condominium sold in South Florida for 17.741 Bitcoins (equivalent, at the time, to 275,000 Dollars). It was not the first occurrence of a cryptocurrency in a real estate trade - countless listings show up every now and then on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) saying the ...

Homebuyer Tips

Top Five Reasons Your Home Offer Was Rejected

Top Five Reasons Your Home Offer Was Rejected

If you made an offer on a home and it was rejected, here are the most common reasons why. Wrong Market You are looking in the wrong market. If you have a home loan approved for $400,000, look in the $350,000 range - the associated costs can run you over budget, fast. Don't look at $650,000 homes and think you can wrangle the price down. Wrong Contact  You ...

Home Seller Tips

The Ugly Truth About Open Houses

The Ugly Truth About Open Houses

This one is not for the faint-hearted; walk away if you don’t want to hear the truth: the reason a real estate agent throws an open house event is not selling the home. Well, at least not only that. Here’s a wisdom nugget: open houses are an opportunity for a real estate agent to build his/her brand and get more clients.First thing in order to understand why ...

Agent Advice

Spring Real Estate Marketing Strategies: Are You Ready To Bloom?

Spring Real Estate Marketing Strategies: Are You Ready To Bloom?

Spring is a beautiful season where temperature starts to warm and flowers bloom. And to the real estate market, this feeling of new life isn't just a metaphor. For a bunch of reasons, it is widely regarded as the best time to buy a home. But if you’re a real estate agent, Spring has long begun when you prepared everything beforehand so that now - on the actual ...

 

Top 5 Most Expensive Cities To Live In The USA

Top 5 Most Expensive Cities To Live In The USA

Have we made America great again in our pursuit of the American Dream? How far are we willing to go for it? We put a price tag on everything and we forget to enjoy the little things. Let’s imagine that the US is like the human body and we run an x-ray scan in order to find the most expensive cities in our country. For the best view, we have to inject a contrast agent. ...

Home-Buying Behavior By Generation

Home-Buying Behavior By Generation

The decision to sell a house is not always an easy one. As you wait for the right buyer, you probably try to create an identikit picture of the future owners mentally. How old would they be? Will they have one or more kids? Will they bring in pets? And many questions like these could cross your mind. However, if you work with a real estate agent like 90% of home sellers ...

What Are The Best Places To Buy Waterfront Property In The U.S.?

What Are The Best Places To Buy Waterfront Property In The U.S.?

Water is the substance of life so it’s understandable why we feel so fascinated by it. We could spend a whole day watching a waterfall, the waves of the ocean or a river making its way through the mountains. Caught in its spell, we close our eyes and dream of a waterfront vacation home, somewhere away from civilization. But if you are not sure what are the best ...

Cities With The Most Expensive Real Estate - NYC Is NOT One Of Them!

Cities With The Most Expensive Real Estate - NYC Is NOT One Of Them!

When one thinks about a hectic (but profitable) real estate market, with lots of transactions, and a finite supply for a seemingly endless demand that makes real estate prices go absurd… that person probably has New York City as a role model. But guess what? That’s a trap. We’re not saying NYC is a piece of cake, its prices are super affordable, and anyone can buy ...

Divorce And Real Estate

Divorce And Real Estate

Over 2.4 million couples spent on average $33,391 to get married in 2018 - an all-time high average cost of a wedding, according to The Knot. But the American Psychological Association says that about 40% to 50% of them could end in divorce. “Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage,” Frank Sinatra used to sing, but before the last chord strikes, ...