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The State of Ct has $3.4 million to distribute over the next few months to consumers who replace their old energy eating appliances with new energy-efficient versions. The CT Recovery Appliance Program launched on Monday, Jan 25 and continues through April 30. This rebate program is part of a na...
The Town of Cheshire can trace it's roots indirectly from the town of New Haven by way of Wallingford, 2 generations removed. Today it is still a home to many people who commute daily to the new Haven area for work. Originally founded as the West Farm area of Wallingford, if got it's official na...
Middlebury, got it's name because it was the center of the region encompassed by Waterbury, Woodbury and Southbury. It was also referred to as the West Farms region of Waterbury. Today it is considered part of the Tribury district along with Woodbury and Southbury. Middlebury also shares a school...
Middlebury, got it's name because it was the center of the region encompassed by Waterbury, Woodbury and Southbury. It was also referred to as the West Farms region of Waterbury. Today it is part of the Tri-bury district along with Woodbury and Southbury. Middlebury is primarily a residential com...
It would be interesting to see where we would be today had Lee Iacocca made a run for President. This a great read I could not pass up the opportunity to share this information with you  -- Mr. Iacocca is so right on with this message --I personally support this message and want to get it to as ...
Originally called Farmingbury because of the large number of farms in this town slightly N East of Waterbury, Wolcott still has it's feel. There are only 2 main arteries in or out of town and even when originally founded and the farmers tried to get another road cut to provide access to their cu...
Originally founded as a separatist church community calling itself Westbury to distinguish itself as being west of Waterbury, in 1780, it officially separated itself and was renamed Watertown. It soon became the crossroads for a number of early highways, providing access to the smaller settlemen...
The final analysis of real estate saless in Naugatuck for the 2009 year showed remarkable stability from the previous year. Like many of the smaller towns in the Naugatuck Valley, this town shows the proportionate increase in property values the further the distance from the river basin. Also li...
The final analysis of sales of residential properties in Waterbury for the 2009 year shows a definite decline from the values of 2008. Being the 5th largest city in Ct and having a tradition of an old New England manufacturing town, it carries a negative stigma which is not deserved. The history ...
As we reached the end of 2009 in Prospect, Ct the market was showing a modest increase from the previous year in terms of total residential units sold. As Prospect, Ct is a small town to begin with the bulk of the inventory of available housing would be in residential sales. The only condominium...

Ed Silva, 203-206-0754

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Ed Silva is a licensed Broker serving the Central Connecticut area from the Waterbury CT Real Estate Office. He serves both sellers and buyers and also is an experienced agent for short sales. If you're thinking of listing your home, I would love to meet with you and share my marketing success package with you. My marketing reaches all the major listing sites with prime positions on the largest. I'd would appreciate the opportunity love to help you buy or sell in the Central Connecticut area.