Canton, CT Buyer’s Agent

Are You Buying A Home in Canton Connecticut?

You need a Canton, CT Buyer’s Agent that will represent you exclusively and help you negotiate the best deal.  Smart Canton, CT home buyers  work with exclusive buyer brokers and their exclusive buyer agents.

At Buyers Trust Real Estate its not about doing whatever we have to, to keep the deal together and trying to get paid by both sides. You can’t promise to get the best deal for both sides in a transaction. We take pride in doing one thing to the best of our abilities and providing the absolute best for our home buyers and investors in Hartford County.

Canton, CT Buyer’s Agent Wanted: Buyers Trust is now interviewing buyer’s agents that want to be the premiere buyer’s agent in Canton Connecticut.

womans day magazine“Get a broker on your side. In most states,  real-estate agents work for the seller, not the   buyer. This means that the agent wants to get the  seller the best price possible. Using a buyer’s broker, who has your best interest in mind, may help you shave thousands off a home’s purchase price, mortgage or various other costs, and there is no fee to the consumer.” Woman’s Day suggests to find a buyer’s broker, you should call one of the many referral services across the country such as Buyer’s  Trust… ” –  “Cutting Your Expenses” by Karen J. Bannan was featured in the January 2nd. edition of Woman’s Day Magazine

General Information From the Dept. of Consumer Protection:  “A Buyer’s agent represents the interests of the buyer in a real estate transaction. The Buyer’s agent’s responsibilities to the buyer are: undivided loyalty, obedience, diligence, disclosure, confidentiality, accounting, and reasonable skill and care. All duties are fiduciary — they are owed exclusively to the buyer – NOT to the seller.”  Learn More


Incorporated in the year 1806, Canton, Connecticut is a part of the Hartford County. The Farmington River flows through the town. Canton consists of various small villages like Colinsville, North Canton, Canton Valley and Canton Center. Each section has its own post office except North Canton where the post office service was stopped due to low demand.

The town is named after a place in China having the same name. The village of Colinsville has featured in the list of the coolest small towns of America published in the ‘Budget Travel’ magazine. The method of die casting has its origin in Canton. A resident of the town, Elisha Root developed this industrial technique at the Collins Axe factory in Collinsville.

The Canton valley area has preserved some of the properties which were built in the 18th century and the homes are still in use. During that time, this area saw a lot of traffic because of the presence of the Albany Turnpike which was the stagecoach route that took passengers from Hartford to Albany. Canton village was a hub of commerce with doctors and lawyers practicing in the area and the trade conducted through various shops run by weavers, shoemakers, harness makers, coopers and tailors. At present, there are shopping malls, banks, retails shops, restaurants, professional offices and other businesses.

The Canton Center was originally the site for many distilleries because of the presence of many apple orchards and cider mills. There were other small industries as well like the grist mills, saw mills, carriage repair, blacksmithing and tannery to name a few. The North Canton area also had a similar industrial scenario.

The village of Colinsville was created by Samuel Collins who set up the famous Collins Company here which manufactured knives, axes and machetes. He donated land, laid out the streets and financed the construction of the store, Church and company offices.

Currently, Canton, Connecticut has four schools- Cherry Brook Primary School, Canton Intermediate School, Canton Middle School, Canton High School. The standard of education is very high. Recreational sources include the Canton Public Library, Canton Historical Museum, Gallery on the Green, Canton Land Conservation Trust, Roaring Brook Nature Center, Mills Pond Recreation area, Community Garden and Farmington River Trail. Residents can enjoy fishing, canoeing, paddle boarding and kayaking. They can also visit the Farmer’s Market. Canton is a haven for various artists. It promotes painting, music and performance.

The town population is 10,330. The average home value is $275,500. The rate of unemployment is 4.3% which is fairly low and the cost of living is 25.8% higher than the national average.

If you want to invest in a residential property in Canton, Connecticut, just call Buyer’s Trust Real Estate & Investment.

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