Eva Warner

In a continuing effort to grow in her capacity as a real estate professional, Eva has recently been awarded the Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES) designation by the National Association of REALTORS. Although this is the newest member of the Association's family of designations, the SRES agent is known to be knowledgeable and passionate about their service to consumers in the 55 and older market.

Eva also possesses the GRI (Graduate, REALTOR Institute) designation, given by the New York State REALTOR Institute. She received this honor after successfully completing 90 hours of residential real estate education, meeting the rigorous standards established by the National Association of REALTORS®. By taking these courses, Eva has become a more competent professional and can render broader and more effective service to her clients.

Eva has also extended her knowledge base to the specialty of buyer representation and in 2003 was awarded the Accredited Buyer Representation (ABR®) designation by the Real Estate BUYER'S AGENT Council, Inc. (REBAC) of the National Association of REALTORS®. This designation demonstrates to her clients that Eva has the proven experience and training necessary to deliver ethical and professional service to her buyers.

Eva is licensed in both New York State and Connecticut, so wherever your house hunting may take you, Eva will be able to lend her experience & knowledge to help you make it a positive--even pleasureable--experience.
Danbury, CT
Real Estate Market Information
Homes Owned: 18,409
Homes Rented: 11,712
Median Home Price: $262,500
Area Schools: 37
Best Score: 4/10
Average Score: 1.0

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Demographic Data | Danbury, CT

Median Age: 38.46
Married: 37%
Households: 30,121


Population by Sex
41,112 Male
42,576 Female

Occupancy Types
2,108 Vacant
18,409 Owned
11,712 Rented


White/Blue Collar Jobs
34% White Collar
66% Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
91% Drive
4% Public Transportation
3% Walk/Bike/Other
3% Work from Home