Adams Mill River Condominium is located in downtown Stamford, Connecticut, is a new luxury high rise complex. Featuring a fitness center, private gardens and patio across from the newly renovated Mill River Park. Steps away from public transportation and minutes from Metro North commuter train, offices, shops and restaurants, beach, boating and golf with easy access to I-95, Greenwich, Darien, Norwalk & Westport.
Adams Mill River Condos in Stamford, CT has a total of 60 units offered in 1, 2 & 3 bedroom configurations. All within minutes of the exciting and convenient atmosphere of Stamford town living and ambiance of Fairfield County.
If you are interested in buying, selling, or renting a condominium in Adams Mill River, please call us today at 203.822.8310. We make it easy…tell us your needs and we will do the rest!
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|We use the power of the Internet to provide much broader exposure, and greater value to our clients than more traditional approaches. This is one of the many reasons why we are recognized as the leader in the sales and rentals of condos and townhouses in Fairfield County, CT. Our advanced utilization of the Internet, allows buyers seeking condominiums an easy experience to narrow down what they are interested in. On the sellers side, it further enables your property to be quickly found, and evaluated by potential buyers. Our methods benefit all, and we allow for leisurely research, with easy access to us at the appropriate time.|
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|This is the major change: Eligibility requirements for buyers have increased dramatically! No longer are 5% or 0% down, little or low scrutiny of application data accuracy tolerated. Now the norm is close to 20% down, proven income verification, and no more that 33% of income for mortgage, interest, tax, and condo charges. Although this is the case, sub 4% mortgages are now available, helping the affordability formula work to the buyers advantage. We are experts in assisting you in steering through this difficult process, and would be pleased to advise. Always use experts, avoid novices, and ensure that your qualification, and contract negotiations are synchronized.|