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Jim Cullinan Real Estate Agent at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Jim Cullinan

Real Estate Agent at
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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Agent Highlights

Jim sells properties fast - selling more than 55% quicker than the average Bridgeport agent.

More about Jim Cullinan

Jim is a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Jim is a single family home expert. Here’s a little about Jim’s real estate experience: - Jim recently sold one home for $782,000. - Jim’s fastest selling home sold in 40 days. - Jim is a top dollar real estate agent. - this real estate agent is on a home selling roll: their transaction history shows that they have sold 700% more homes this year than last. Jim has completed 3 transactions in Bridgeport.
License Number

RES.0802403

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  • Jim helped me buy a home

      I would never recommend Jim Cullinan to assist with a real estate transaction. I believe that Jim Cullinan misled my wife and I as well as our attorney in connection with a home purchase. We learned this only today when our homeowner’s carrier cancelled our policy because our in-ground pool did not have a fence surrounding it. Jim Cullinan knew, on the morning of the scheduled closing, that the seller left the home in violation of relevant laws (contrary to what the seller was required to do under the sales contract) but never informed our attorney that the “missing fence” created a legal violation. Our attorney asserts that, had she known, it would have affected the legal advice she provided. Jim Cullinan also failed to tell my wife or I that, without the fence, our home is uninsurable. In short, we were depending on Jim Cullinan to assist us with the transaction. After all, Connecticut requires that buyers be represented by a realtor. In my opinion, Jim Cullinan fell grossly short of his fiduciary obligations to us.

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