EDDIE B GUTIERREZ
The Trumbull CT Real Estate Market Stats for 2014 show that Trumbull, CT is a strong community and is a desirable place that home buyers want to be. The Trumbull Schools are cited by home buyers as one of the top reasons to live in Trumbull.
In 2014, The Greater Fairfield County CMLS reports that 419 residential sales. 387 Single Family Homes & 32 Condos. No Multifamily sales. For a Sales Volume of $161,090,464.
Trumbull Average Sales Price: $384,464
Trumbull Median Sales: $360,000
Most Expensive Home Sold in Trumbull in 2014 was $1,149,900
Least Expensive Home Sold in Trumbull in 2014 was $104,000
Average Days on Market was 81 Days
15 Short Sales & 27 Bank Owned/ Real Estate Owned REO Properties
Hottest price range was under $200,000 -$400,000 (Over half homes sold were in that price range) Ideal purchaser in this range is First Time Home Buyer or someone relocating to Trumbull for the first time.
The rental Trumbull market was equally as strong with 96 rentals
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Giving Blood can help so many in critical times of need and statistics show that Latinos are capable of reaching and helping many more people in need.
on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at the McGivney Community Center located at 382 Stillman Street Bridgeport, CT the Knights of Columbus headed by Ramon Jimenez and GBLN Greater Bridgeport Latino Network hosted an American Red Cross. The event is hosted twice a year once in the Fall and than in the Winter yielding an average of over 60 donors per event. Some folks donating double Red Blood Cells.
According to RedCross website over 53% of hispanics / latinos are O Positive blood type. O Blood Type can donate blood to all other blood types O Blood type, A Blood Type, B Blood Type and AB Blood Types. African Americans are also 47% likely to be O Blood Type.
Get More Statistics about Blood Types at the American Red Cross website. Each donor can potentially save nearly 3 individuals and a Double Red Blood Cell donor can multiply that even further.
This event was no different with many from the community coming together to donate and make a difference. If you are compelled to give follow GBLN on Facebook and get alerted of the next event at https://www.facebook.com/groups/gblnetwork/
Make a Difference where you Live.
Daniels Farm School Father’s Club Pasta Night. The DFS Father’s Club has continued the Tradition of hosting Pasta Night the Friday before the Super Bowl at the school’s cafeteria. This year, 2015, for the third consecutive year, the Daniel’s Farm School Father’s Club Pasta Night has been elevated by transforming the school’s cafeteria into an authentic Italian experience.
The food was provided by resident Father’s Club member and Head Chef at Diageo in Norwalk; Chef Henry Ahle. Offering his delightful Sausage & Peppers, Homemade Meatballs, Garlic Bread, and Focaccia. Complimenting Chef Ahle’s dishes Vazzy’s Osteria provided a pasta bar with and array of sauces. a Red Marinara Sauce , a Pink Vodka Sauce and a White Alfredo cheese Sauce for the kids.
Both Chef Ahle and Vazzy’s Osteria have been supporters of this event and are the most integral part of its success.
The event featured Raffle Prizes, Games and entertainment. To set the right ambiance local crooner Jack Lynn (http://www.jacksingsdino.com/) sang hits by Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and even the King: Elvis (pictured here with big sunglasses and mutton chops)
The Gym was converted into a obstacle course so the youngsters could run and get burn all their excess energy from the all the carbohydrates.
This year the Grand Prize was an Apple Ipad Mini among many other raffle prizes including: Gift Certificates from local business such as: Vazzy’s Osteria, O Bar in Trumbull Center, Parkers Steak House, and Gaetano’s Italian Steak House in Milford. There was also additional prizes like a Snow Day basket, toys, and other items for the children. Something for just about everyone’s taste.
The funds raised by the Father’s Club goes directly back into the school every year to help improve the school and each child’s experience. In 2014, the Father’s Club contributed to the installation of a new surround sound system in the cafeteria making easier to hear school plays, presentations and announcements. Funds have also been given to teachers for improvements in each class and replaced older benches outside. The Father’s Club is committed to improving the school anyway it can.
Daniels Farm School is an elementary school located on Daniels Farm Road and is part of the Trumbull Public school system. and Trumbull schools continue to rate high year after year. Making Trumbull a sought after town for young families looking to purchase. School rating site GreatSchools.com has rated Trumbull Public Schools 9 out 10 and the parents have reviewed the schools and have given them 5 out 5 Star’s.
The Pasta Night event has grown to become an example of the great community that Daniels Farm Father’s Club has created that is routed in giving back to the school that provides our children with a great education.
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