Highly likely to recommend
Sold o Condo home in 2010 in Danbury, CT.
Deborah was helpful above and beyond with a difficult situation, and supported us throughout the sales process and afterwards. I highly recommend her.
Highly likely to recommend
Sold my home in 2010 / And found me a New Home 2010
I used Deborah Laemmerhirt to both sell and buy real estate. She was very professional and knowledgeable. In terms of selling my home, I was most impressed with her use and knowledge of the various tools available to Real Estate professionals. As to the purchase of my current home, I appreciated the fact that Deborah zeroed in on my needs and wants and did not waste my time looking at homes that did not fit my criteria. I would definitely use Deborah in any future Real Estate transactions.
Highly likely to recommend
Bought a home in 2010
The experience with Debra was like entering into business with a perfect partner. My wife and I were impressed by her knowledge of the market, the geographical area and her understanding of what we were looking for and could afford. There wern’t any signs of impatience from her even after showing us many homes that we didn’t like. We were not pressured in any way and she was always responsive to our questions and queries even when there was nothing new to report. Her quiet spirit is not only a personal asset but is also an asset to Coldwell Banker. We are happy with our home and cannot thank her enough.
D & M
Highly likely to recommend
Sold our home in 2010 and found us a new home in 2010
Deborah is a fantastic agent! She knows precisely how to market real estate property. Her photos and virtual tours are professional and very high-quality. She listed and sold our home in just over 3 months, and this was in a sluggish economy! We have also worked with her in purchasing a property and she was fair, honest and a great negotiator. I highly recommend Deborah.
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First time buyers – Sold us a home in 2011
When it comes down to go the extra mile…Debbie would be the one I would call. My agent Debbie made it a smooth ride.
M and R
Litchfield County is one of the most serene and beautiful areas of Connecticut. Its rolling hills and wide open pastures suggest that one has just stepped into a lovely painting. This is an area also famous for adventures in antiquing. To drive through this tranquil landscape in a search for new homes can be an inspiring event: the area’s country charm offers a sense of relaxation and makes the local real estate especially appealing.
The Litchfield County MLS listings are filled with pictures of wide fields punctuated by quaint barns on farming homesteads as well as many fine-looking houses for sale in its towns. Deborah at HomeSalesByDeborah.com is a local realtor who knows this area and can navigate prospective buyers across the pastures to find the right real estate deal for their needs. Not everyone is going to be able to maintain an acreage and barn, nor are they able to settle into life in a small town without knowing what they are getting themselves into. The right realtor will make sure that you confront these questions before venturing into real estate listings for quaint small villages like those of Litchfield County.
Dreams of a humble farmhouse with horses whinnying in the fields and a quick daily commute to a job in New Haven can turn ugly for those who are unprepared for the details. Life is different in the smaller enclaves, but an experienced real estate agent can help you navigate through any unfamiliar terrain! Don’t let your imagination rule your real estate investments: find a solid and trustworthy real estate agent who will help you figure out whether these country homes for sale are going to be the right fit for you and your family. HomeSalesByDeborah.com is a trusted resource for adventures in real estate.
Southbury is in western New Haven County. Although close to Hartford and about 100 miles from Manhattan, its historical districts and rural enclaves will have you feeling that you have escaped the city. The size of the town, about twenty thousand is the perfect size for those who love urban and rural both. The town is sometimes referred to as “The One and Only,” and a visit will quickly show you why… Are you seeking homes for sale in Southbury Connecticut? If you are in the market for new homes in this region, consider a few things first.
Do you have a real estate agent that you trust? This is key. Realtors are not only the ones who can help you find a home they are also the ones who can help you buy the home! A difference that is anything but subtle. Deborah Laemmerhirt at HomeSalesByDeborah.com has the goal of seeing that you have a positive experience when it is time to buy (or to sell) a home. The real estate process is not a straight-forward one, but a professional realtor with a solid track record can guide you all the way through the long and complex process and lead you straight to success!
Most prospective home buyers begin their hunt on the Internet. Searching the MLS listings is really just the starting point. The details of real estate listings are best navigated with someone who knows the proverbial lay of the land! Deb has the experience that turns real estate listings into something real: a place that you may call home. The houses for sale on a listings search can be appealing, but they are the beginning of the venture, not the end. For a solid partner in your foray into real estate, let Deb do the hard work for you.
Ridgefield, Connecticut, settled by English colonists in the year 1708, has hardly changed a bit.
The town has advanced right along with the rest of society, obviously, but while others have become highly commercialized and seem to produce only cookie-cutter homes, Ridgefield still appears to have been frozen in time. Its most celebrated attractions are its historical district and other historical sites, of which there are several, and those have all allowed it to maintain its cozy, New England American feel. Ridgefield is quaint and friendly, with a website that celebrates its library and its recycling program right alongside its impressive three hundred year legacy.
In addition to its historical places, it also draws together a community with its reported 600 acres of parks and recreation facilities. It also plays host to events like flea markets, festivals, marathons and a farmers market–with so much going on, it’s hard to believe this bustling little town clocks in at a population of 25,000, last anyone checked.
Making the decision to move to Ridgefield, was smart. Ridgefield is known to Connecticut residents and many others as an excellent place to live, and especially to raise a family, with its numerous parks filled with trees, its historic charm, its excellent school system, and its very low crime rate. But to buy a home in Ridgefield on your own (or anywhere else, for that matter) could prove to be quite difficult, so you should enlist the help of a real estate agent to go through the numerous real estate listings to find only the right homes for you.
Ridgefield is a highly desirable place to live, and the homes found there are large, spacious, and retentive of a historic quality that other places sometimes lack–and the market shows it, with prices ranging anywhere from the hundreds of thousands up to the millions. A Deborah Laemmerhirt, realtor with Coldwell Banker at HomeSalesByDeborah.com , 203-994-4297, has experience in handling Ridgefield homes will be invaluable to you as you attempt to find the perfect home in this community for the best price.
For Local Ridgefield CT News and Events go to www.Ridgefield.Patch.com
Town of Oxford
Selling a home can be an exciting time, but usually comes with a lot of stress. The right real estate agent understands what is needed to showcase the home so that you only need to put it on the market once. Deborah at HomeSalesByDeborah.com understands that Oxford homes for sale need to be carefully presented as this area is a ‘buyers’ market. New homes usually don’t need a lot of ‘staging’ but a resale does and experienced realtors can guide the seller in this knowledge. Deb understands the basic buyer psychology: that they want to buy a home that is ‘ready to go.’ That means that the seller has the responsibility of preparing the home so that it is ‘buyer ready.’ A skilled realtor can tell at a glance what real estate listings are the jewels of the market, and can help ensure that yours’ is one of them.
Deborah is one of the top local real estate experts because she understands this. She knows what to feature in your MLS listing, and what the competing houses for sale in your area are. So when it comes time to enter the real estate listings, make sure that you find a realtor who can assist you in getting it right the first time. Her home staging checklist includes:
• Tidying the interior for a positive introduction (don’t you just breathe easier when the clutter is gone? So will prospective buyers!)
• Highlighting the features of the home (yes, they are there, you just may have been living with them too long to even see them anymore!)
• Knowledge and implementation of contemporary features that are trending (this can be as simple as a few small touches that give your home a facelift.)
There is much more to learn in order to give yourself the competitive edge in selling your home. Find a realtor who knows how to do it. Trust Deb at HomeSalesByDeborah.com and get it sold the first time.