Stamford, CT Foreclosure Listings and Properties

Stamford: Ranked Highly Livable City

Stamford foreclosure listings and properties currently number merely 98, and they sport the median listed price of $399,000. The prices have come down by a further six percent since the last month. Stamford is a city in Fairfield County, in Connecticut State, the US. Stamford is a part of the New York MSA {metropolitan statistical area}. Stamford ranked as the ninth safest city in the US, and according to the FNI, has consistently figured among the top 11 safest US cities {with populations of 100,000 or more} for the last six years. CNN/Money and Money magazine has ranked Stamford 46th in its list of the 100 Best Places to Live in the US.

Stamford counts among the most affluent counties in the US, and includes such wealthy New York City suburbs as Wilton, Greenwich, Westport, Darien, Ridgefield, New Canaan, Weston and Fairfield. Other assorted suburbs of Stamford include Danbury, Bridgeport, Norwalk, Stony Hill, Bethel, Black Rock, Newfield, North End, Hollow, Ox Hill, Mill Hill, Seaside Park, Brookfield, Steel Point, Germantown, Little Brazil, Mill Plain, Noroton, Darien, Noroton Heights, Tokeneke, Easton, Sport Hill,

Aspetuck, Southport, Stratfield, Greenwich, Greenfield Hill, Byram, Glenville, Cos Cob, Riverside, Old Greenwich, Monroe, Belle Haven, Back Country, Mianus, Stepney, New Canaan, Stevenson, Silvermine, Candlewood Corners, Sandy Hook, East Norwalk, Spring Hill, Redding, Branchville, Five Points, Redding Ridge, Shelton, White Hills, Sherman, Glenbrook, Newfield, Springdale, Lordship, Stratford, Paradise Green, Nichols, Putney, Trumbull, Weston, Saugatuck, Greens Farms, Georgetown and Wilton.

Government foreclosures in Stamford have kept pace with upsurge in foreclosure filings all across the US. While the foreclosures spell gloom for the dispossessed owners, they translate into a golden opportunity for prospective homebuyers to buy splendid homes at tempting discounts. The Forbes magazine has recently named the top ten markets for buying a foreclosed home in the US as follows: Charlotte, Raleigh, Nashville, Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Albuquerque, Knoxville, Seattle, Indianapolis, and Washington-Arlington-Alexandria.  

Internet Informs about Foreclosure Auctions

The internet today represents the most convenient medium of seeking information about the foreclosure auctions in Stamford, as elsewhere. Indeed, 80 percent of all prospective homebuyers resort to searches on the net as their first source of knowledge, as per the National Association of Realtors. The internet makes available every pertinent data at your fingertips merely through clicks of the mouse. You can learn about the forthcoming property auctions in Stamford, read details about each house on sale, and even see pictures of the properties. Finally, you ought to round this off with at least one “old-fashioned” first-hand visit to the site and inspection of the house to check its condition, and the subsequent need of repairs, if any.

Cory Gubner, Chris Buswell, Blaise Vaval and Russell Munz are prominent property brokers in Stamford. You can choose from among the hundreds of agents in Stamford for one who you think can best represent your interests at the real estate listings auctions. Real estate investments merit considerable forethought and dexterity. If you are a first-timer, you should invest in a property only as per the advice of an experienced agent.

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