Relocating to Connecticut

Relocating To Mansfield Storrs, CT

Rural New England Charm Awaits Your Family!

Moving to a new area offers a mixed bag of emotions for sure. Excitement, fear and anxiety are common emotions experienced. So how do you cope with all the emotions, stress and unknowns that lie ahead? Obviously, the primary reason you’re reading this article is to determine what this area has to offer you and your family. Fact-finding and research are the keys to making the best decisions about where to purchase your next home. Of course, it always helps to have an expert real estate team on your side, too.

6 Top Reasons to Relocate to the Mansfield Storrs Connecticut Area

  1. Superior quality of life and outstanding public schools and colleges (University of Connecticut – Home of the Huskies!)
  2. A more relaxed, less hectic rural, small-town lifestyle complimented by the New England colonial charm
  3. Convenient location to the New England states and world-class amenities in nearby NYC
  4. Outstanding job market and optimistic area job growth
  5. Favorable real estate values that are considerably lower than our neighboring metropolitan areas plus historically strong property appreciations – which means a solid investment for you!
  6. Beautiful Lake Living in small town atmosphere.

More Reasons to Relocate to Connecticut

If you have received your notice that you’re moving because of a job transfer with Pratt & Whitney or with the university (University of Connecticut) or maybe with one of the many insurance companies headquartered in the Hartford area, there are many towns and communities in the central Connecticut area that would be convenient to your new office. With minimal drive time, you can commute to the greater Hartford, Connecticut area including the towns and communities of Storrs, Mansfield, Tolland, Bolton, Vernon, Chaplin, Willington, Columbia, Andover, Windham, Coventry, South Windsor, East Hampton, Ashford, Manchester, Marlborough, Hebron, Glastonbury, Colchester, Pomfret, Woodstock or Hampton in short order, plus these towns and communities offer you many choices for a new home.

Questions? Just Ask!