RHA Real Estate Panel Discussion Draws a Large Audience to the Round Hill Community House

  Residents of backcountry and midcountry packed the Round Hill Community House to hear local real estate experts discuss trends shaping the market in our area. Mark Pruner, Carolyn Anderson, and Paul Pugliese made up the panel of three that was moderated by RHA Board member and real estate professional Brendon DeSimone. Topics ranged from the enduring appeal of backcountry living to shifting demographics and consumer trends in residential real estate in Greenwich. The takeaway: buyers can access a tremendous amount of information about your property before they see it, buyers still value the attributes and uniqueness of our area, and sellers must be realistic and price their property accordingly. For additional information about the event read this excellent article…

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Round Hill Association To Host Forum on Backcountry Real Estate on May 1, 2019 at Round Hill Community House 6:30-8:30 pm

Backcountry resident and Round Hill Association board member, Brendon DeSimone, will moderate a discussion with local real estate experts about the trends that are shaping the real estate market in backcountry, what homeowners can do to enhance their property values, and the ongoing efforts to promote property ownership and life in backcountry Greenwich. Light refreshments will be served at 6:30. The panel discussion will begin promptly at 7. A question and answer session will follow the panelists’ remarks. This will be followed by a brief Annual Meeting. Admission is free. Panelists Carolyn Anderson is the publisher of The Anderson Guide to Enjoying Greenwich, CT and Managing Director of Anderson Associates, an independent real estate firm specializing in residential real estate. …

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11th All New Edition of Anderson Guide to Enjoying Greenwich Is Now Available

You don’t need to rely on Google when searching for answers to questions about Greenwich.  The Anderson Guide is a comprehensive list of local resources and what a wonderful guide it is!  Whether you have lived in Greenwich for 2 years or 52 years, everyone can find out something new about living in Greenwich from this masterfully written guide.  For example, the New Edition has over 260 restaurant reviews.  The authors of the Guide, Greenwich residents Carolyn and Gerry Anderson, anonymously visit every restaurant at least twice before writing their review.  The guide also puts out information about schools, town government, libraries, beaches and other local amenities. The latest edition of the guide is billed as the biggest one yet at…

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