Top-rated lgbtq agents in new haven

Please scroll down to review all agents serving New Haven, Connecticut. You may click the "View Full Profile" link for additional information about the agent, and at anytime click the "CONTACT" button to start a free no-obligation conversation. Thank you.


Marc - Gay Realtor

A home purchase or sale is often an emotional event not to mention a huge investment of time and money. I understand the process and with that in mind you will find me to be fair, honest and professional at all times. I do not believe in a hard sell approach. more

Gerard - Gay Realtor

With more than 25 years in the hospitality industry, Gerard “gets inside the heads and hearts of the people I serve” to listen well, anticipate needs and deliver beyond expectations. From colonials and victorians to mid-century moderns and new more

John - Gay Realtor

“Everyone deserves the choice to own a part of the American Dream. Through honesty, dedication and sincerity we work together to help you find your dream. Through integrity and trust we work together to build a strong, lasting relationship. Relationships more

Pat - Gay Realtor

As a lifelong valley resident, instilled with family values, my passion has always been real estate and design. From knowing the area, market trends and the value in homeownership I am here to serve your needs and protect your interests. I have owned more

New Haven News

New Haven, CT, Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
New Haven, Connecticut, is the main part of the Greater New Haven area. Home to over 860,000 people, this metro area sits on the New Haven Harbor and is located close to the larger New York metro area. New Haven is most well-known for being the location of Yale University, one of the most prestigious schools in the country. Yale employs a large number of those who live in New Haven proper. Other major employers include hospitals, professional firms, and financial services. New Haven is also home ...more
New Haven, CT Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
The cities in Connecticut are often overshadowed by their larger cousins, New York and Boston. However, Connecticut cities, such as New Haven, have some great things to offer any prospective homeowner. New Haven, along with the rest of Connecticut is diverse and open minded, both socially and politically. In fact, Connecticut has had same-sex marriage since 2008! The real-estate market in New Haven is just as welcoming as its political climate. A simple search reveals dozens of homes under $200,000 ...more
New Haven CT – Openly Gay Lifestyle in a University Town
New Haven is mostly known for being the home to Yale University. It is quite a large town with a population of 129,779 people.  It is located on New Haven Harbor on the north shore of Long Island Sound. It is also a very old city with beautiful historical districts.  It was founded in 1638 by English Puritans.  It is known for its beautiful canopy of mature elm trees that are everywhere in the city. The city is cradled in between two large red ridges that are part of an extensive ...more
View All