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Countdown To Buy is an online real estate marketplace that automatically matches motivated sellers and qualified buyers in an environment of trust, transparency, and efficiency.  The Company has a patent pending business process that reduces a property’s list price 1% each day within a pre-negotiated price range. The technology and marketing platform was built specifically to expedite the sales cycle in real estate transactions through a time-limited, objective, and confidential offer system. 

The Company services demand from banks, servicers, home buyers and investors through a streamlined technology process and unbiased transaction support.


Countdown To Buy
6 Stony Hill Rd.
Bethel, CT. 06801

Phone: 877-4321-BUY
Fax: 203-792-2896

Countdown To Buy Launches Private Label Solution Powered By Its Innovative Online Real Estate...

BETHEL, CT - September 20, 2010 - (RealEstateRama) -- Countdown To Buy, a next generation online real estate marketplace whose goal is to offer the fairest and most effective solutions to buy and sell properties, announced today it has launched “powered by Countdown To Buy”, a private label solution featuring the Company’s innovative online offer management and negotiation platform. Being “powered by Countdown To Buy” enables institutions and real estate companies to leverage their existing brand, while taking advantage of the benefits offered by Countdown To Buy’s trusted platform and hosted solutions.

Countdown To Buy Wins Connecticut Quality Improvement Award Innovation Prize

BETHEL, CT - August 23, 2010 - (RealEstateRama) -- Countdown To Buy, an innovative online real estate marketplace that offers fair and effective solutions to buy and sell properties, announced today it has received a silver Connecticut Quality Improvement Award Innovation Prize for the Company’s unique online real estate transaction model and marketplace.


Former President of Hartford Nonprofit Pleads Guilty to Stealing from HUD...

John H. Durham. United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that STEVEN F. HARVIN, 53, of New Haven, waived his right to be indicted and pleaded guilty today in Hartford federal court to one count of theft from programs receiving federal funds