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Charles Nedder Presents ~ 54 West North Street

54 West North Street, Stamford, CT

$ Click for current price

Great Value In This Two Bedroom With Screened Balcony At The Riverhaven Co-Op In Mid-City Stamford. A Tree Lined Street Location With Sidewalk, Steps To The Mill River Park, Shopping, Restaurants. Secure Building With Onsite Laundry, Bike Storage And Community Room. Low Maintenance Fee Includes Heat, Hot Water, Cooking Gas, 1 Car Parking & Taxes. No Rentals. A Wonderful Place To Call Home! Call Listing Agent With Questions.


Charles Nedder is EVERYWHERE!

Charles Nedder Coldwell Banker

7 River Road #304, Cos Cob, CT ~ Charles Nedder

In a private association overlooking Cos Cob Harbor, this bright, turn-key two bedroom and two bath town home, stands ready for the discerning. Water views the theme, living / dining room with wood burning fireplace and ideal built-ins, flawless hardwood floors, sparkling kitchen and baths, two decks, garage parking and generous attic for storage. A vibrant water community with easy access to Shopping, Cos Cob Metro North Train and the new Cos Cob Park. Common Charge includes Heat and Hot Water

Charles Nedder is EVERYWHERE !

Charles Nedder is EVERYWHERE !

Charles Nedder is EVERYWHERE !

Charles Nedder – Fresh Start @ 37 Nelson St. Stamford, CT 06902

$309,000 - Three bedroom Town Home on Shippan Point - Steps to Beach, Park, Playground & Marina

$309,000 – Three bedroom Town Home on Shippan Point – Steps to Beach, Park, Playground & Marina


Shippan Point – Immaculate three bedroom Townhome steps from Beach and Marina – Gleaming hardwood floors, new recessed lighting, new six panel doors, freshly painted, updated bath, beautiful kitchen with stainless appliances and granite counters, newer washer and dryer, newer roof and new Anderson storm doors, great storage in attic with pull down stairs, reserved off street parking and pet friendly complex – a perfect place to call home.

Questions ? – Call Charles Nedder @ 203-524-4303

307 West Avenue, Darien, CT 06820

Charming Cape in the Noroton Heights neighborhood, steps from shops, public parks and Metro North train. Gleaming hardwood floors, formal living room with built-ins, formal dining room, updated eat-in-kitchen, wood burning fireplace and private garden with spacious deck, finished lower level. Move right in !

Questions ??


January 2014

As we welcome in the new year, there is one question everyone in real estate wants the answer to. Will the housing market continue to improve in 2014? It’s not easy to predict what the market will do in the coming year, especially when the opinions of economists and real estate industry watchers are so varied. Fortunately, there are key indicators to watch, and those indicators are pointing in the right direction.

The housing market is impacted by the economy, job market, and consumer confidence. Consumers will make a down payment and purchase a home when they feel financially stable and secure.

According to December reports by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, total employment is projected to increase 10.8 percent over the next decade. The national jobless rate declined to 7.0 percent from October, signaling that the U.S. job market is slightly improving, and with it consumer confidence.

Another indicator is pending home sales. According to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR), pending home sales stabilized in November with a slight gain inching up 0.2 percent in November from October. The data reflects contracts but not closings. “Although the final months of 2013 are finishing on a soft note, the year as a whole will end with the best sales total in seven years,” said Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist.

According to NAR, total existing-home sales in 2013 are expected to reach 5.1 million, a gain of almost 10 percent over 2012, but should stay at that level in 2014. The national median existing-home price for 2013 is up as well, nearly 12 percent from 2012. As home prices rise, housing inventory levels should rise as confident home sellers increase equity, making moving more feasible. More inventory will create more options for homebuyers and ultimately bring more opportunity to purchase their dream home.

While interest rates have risen slightly, they are still at historic lows. As long as the economy continues to improve and consumers remain confident, interest rates shouldn’t impact long term housing growth.

If you are in the process of buying or selling a home, please feel free to contact me to discuss these important factors. I know how local unemployment rates, pending sales in your immediate area, and the attached market data will impact your real estate goals.

I am hopeful that 2014 will continue to gain momentum bringing with it a vibrant economy and flourishing housing market. Happy New Year! I look forward to assisting you with all your real estate needs in 2014 and beyond.

Click here to view my Market Action Report for Fairfield County, December 2013

Fairfield County Market Report Dec 2013

Are all real estate agents the same ?

Realtor CT- Charles Nedder Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Home Sales:


Are all real estate agents the same? A general understanding among real estate agents is that 20 percent of the agents sell 80 percent of the properties. Choosing the wrong agent will cost you money and time and unnecessary stress. I understand the challenges faced in selecting the correct real estate agent. Let me show you how simple it is to sell your home for the most amount of money in the least amount of time with the least amount of stress. My name is Charles Nedder and I have been a licensed real estate agent since 2003. I have tried multiple strategies for marketing homes and have discovered a proven program for achieving results. I would like to share this program with you. All you need to do is click here WWW.CNEDDER.COM and fill in your information to get started.