The Mystic Real Estate Market Report is a monthly statement of the median sales price for homes, the number of sales, the average price per square foot for homes, the number of homes for sale, and the average listing price of Mystic homes for sale.




Saturday, November 7, 2015

RE/MAX Coast and Country has homes for sale in Mystic, Stonington, Ledyard, East Lyme, North Stonington, Waterford, Gales Ferry, Pawcatuck, Westerly, Watch Hill, South Kingstown and Charlestown.
Bridget Morrissey, Realtor  
Bridget Morrissey Team

RE/MAX Coast and Country
Olde Mistick Village  
27 Coogan Boulevard
Mystic CT 06355

Cell/Text: (860) 857-5165  
Office: (860) 245-4440
Office: (860) 536-7600
Fax: (800) 928-0230

As a RE/MAX Coast and Country real estate agent I help people buy property, sell property, or rent property. This could be single family homes, land, condos, or businesses. 

Real estate agents work with property buyers or sellers and help you navigate the complex nature of the property market. Working for you we'll discuss what kind of property you want and what you are willing to sell for or to pay, and any specific amenities you are seeking. 

I work with a real estate broker to find properties that suit your needs. I use websites and flyers to describe properties, take pictures of the property, show properties to prospective buyers, set up open houses of properties on the market, and advertise homes for sale. When the sale is pending, I work with the other party's agent to offer and counteroffer bids on the property. 

Real estate agents know the markets we work in, the hot neighborhoods, the ones in flux, and the ones that are expensive or on the rise. I am able to answer client questions and concerns about things like school districts, zoning, expansion and others. 

If you are looking to list your home or are in the market for a home then please call/text me at (860) 857-5165. You'll be glad that you did!

Zillow Ratings and Reviews

***** Highly likely to recommend
07/29/2014 - jrago2
Bought a Single Family home in 2014 for approximately $300K in Westerly, RI.
  • Local knowledge:  *****
  • Process expertise: *****
  • Responsiveness:  *****
  • Negotiation skills: *****
Bridget was a wonderful real estate agent. She was patient and persevered until we found the home that was just right for us. I would highly recommend her to anyone who wants to find a home!

***** Highly likely to recommend
03/22/2013 - user0389398
Sold a home in 2012.
  • Local knowledge:  *****
  • Process expertise:*****
  • Responsiveness:  *****
  • Negotiation skills: *****
Bridget did a great job selling my house in a difficult market within 30 days. Bridget also got us a great deal with the purchase of our new home. Highly recommended. Bridget held numerous open houses and had constructive suggestions that definitely helped in the quick sale of our home. Bridget seems to have a clear perspective on the current market conditions and is honest to her client about them. Bridget easily met my expectations of a realtor. 
Bragging rights

2012-13 WOMAN OF FIRE (Finance/Insurance/Real Estate) from The Commercial Record of Boston MA. RE/MAX Executive Club 2012, 2013. Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce Membership Award 2005. 2015 and 2016 Five Star Professional Real Estate Agent as seen in CONNECTICUT Magazine.

Dedication, Communication, Results

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Roof snow safety tips

By Tina Detelj

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MYSTIC, Conn. (WTNH)–After this weekend’s snow more people are seeing snow on their roofs so News 8 wanted to take a look to see what people needed to know to keep their homes safe.
Measure what you have and you can see that we have about seven inches, and when it comes to the flat roofs that’s a lot of weight that it impacts because of the rain and the freezing point overnight.
David Preka says flat roofs are more of a concern than pitched roofs and if drains get clogged weight builds up. This year though he hasn’t seen many problems.
“It has been pretty good. We haven’t had any calls to clear any roofs so far,” said Preka, Advanced Improvements.
Three years ago, a much different story. Crews from Advanced Improvements were on a New London roof and we saw several scenes like a house collapse in Hebron in February 2011.
collaped house
E2 engineers in New London were also kept busy that winter called daily by homeowners who saw cracks or heard noises they hadn’t noticed before.
“Buildings move throughout the course of their life as snow loads comes on them, comes off of them and that’s quite normal. If you get an excessive amount of snow fall you can start to have excessive deflection in the roof members. This can telegraph down some of your finishes your drywall your ceiling start to cause cracks,” said Chad Vogt, P.E., e2 engineers.
Chad Vogt says each situation is different and if there is any concern, call in a structural engineer who can evaluate if snow needs to be removed or not.
Roof rakes are one way to clear snow but if you have to climb up on a roof or ladder it may be time to call in a professional.
“The rakes they come with an extension so pretty much it’s going to the top and just pull down,” said Preka.
So when you think of safety you don’t just want to think of what’s on the roof coming down, you also want to look on the ground where you have the ladder. With all this ice and snow you need to make sure that is secure.