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NL County Appreciation

Investing in real estate is a significant decision, and understanding how property values have appreciated over time is crucial for both buyers and sellers. In this blog, we delve into 24 years of data from various towns in New London County, revealing average sales, typical home sizes, sales prices, and yearly appreciation rates. Join us on this insightful journey as we explore the real estate landscape of New London County.

1. Analyzing Appreciation Rates: Appreciation rates are a key indicator of a town's growth and desirability. Let's explore some noteworthy findings.

  • Stonington: With a staggering 9.89% average yearly appreciation rate, Stonington has been a lucrative market for homeowners and investors alike. Its charm and natural beauty…

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Brick house

Residential real estate refers to the purchase, ownership, and use of a home or apartment for personal living purposes. This type of real estate can provide several financial advantages and some potential disadvantages.

One of the main advantages of investing in residential real estate is the potential for long-term capital appreciation. Over time, the value of a well-maintained property can increase, providing a solid return on investment. Additionally, residential properties can generate income through rental payments, allowing investors to earn passive income.

Another advantage of residential real estate is the potential for tax benefits. Mortgage interest and property taxes are often tax-deductible, which can help reduce the overall cost of…

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A 1031 exchange, also known as a like-kind exchange or a Starker exchange, is a tax strategy that allows investors to defer paying capital gains taxes on the sale of a property. This is done by reinvesting the proceeds from the sale into a similar property.

To qualify for a 1031 exchange, the property being sold and the property being purchased must be considered "like-kind," according to the IRS. This generally means that the properties must be used for the same purpose, such as for investment or business purposes. The properties do not need to be identical, but they must be of a similar type or nature.

There are several benefits to using a 1031 exchange. The most significant benefit is the ability to defer paying…

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