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Frederick Harrington
35 Oak Ridge Road
Burlington, CT 06013
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    Harrington Appraisal Associates

    The territory I cover includes all of Hartford County. Additionally, I cover parts of upper New Haven County (Cheshire, Meriden, Naugatuck, Middlebury, Prospect, Southbury, Wolcott and Waterbury). I also cover the following towns in Litchfield County: Barkhamsted, Bethlehem, Colebrook, Goshen, Hartland, Harwinton, Litchfield, Morris, New Hartford, Norfolk, Plymouth, Roxbury, Thomaston, Torrington, Washington, Watertown, Winsted/Winchester and Woodbury.

    CT Broker License # REB.296520
    CT Appraisal Certification # RCG.274
    1978 - Graduated from Eastern Connecticut State College, Willimantic, Connecticut, and B.A., Economics/Psychology (double major).   Contributing Credit: Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut (1977 scholarship).
    State "Certified General Appraiser" - 1991 (State qualified to appraise residential and commercial property, Certification #00274).
    Received MAI designation (Member Appraisal Institute) April, 1991 from The Appraisal Institute.
    Received Senior Real Property Appraiser (SRPA) designation from the Society of Real Estate Appraisers, Connecticut Chapter #38 - 1985. 
    Ø      Affiliated with the Society of Real Estate Appraisers (SREA); Connecticut Chapter #38 since 1980. SREA Board of Directors from 1986-1989 (Second Vice President & Education Committee Chairman - 1989, Third Vice President & Admissions Committee Chairman - 1988-1989, Candidates Guidance Chairman - 1987-1988; Newsletter - 1986). SREA has since merged with the Appraisal Institute.
    American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, Connecticut Chapter #19, since 1983.
    Fee Appraiser since 1980: Federal Housing Authority/U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
    Fee Appraiser since 1980: State of Connecticut (including Department of Transportation).
    Have testified as expert witness in Connecticut Superior Courts.
    Licensed Real Estate Broker-State of Connecticut (passed salesperson's exam in 1982; passed broker's exam in 1987).
    Member: Waterbury Board of Realtors/Connecticut Association of Realtors. 
    1985-Present; President of Harrington Appraisal Associates, Burlington, Connecticut. Duties: Perform and review commercial and residential real estate appraisals.
    1979-1985; Associated with Oles Appraisal Associates, Inc., Torrington, Connecticut. Duties included: Vice President; appraising residential/commercial/industrial property; appraisal reviewing.
    1979; Real Estate Title Searcher for Record Data, Inc., Newington, Connecticut. Duties included: Title searches/research in over 60 Connecticut towns (land records).
    1978; Member of real estate revaluation team of P.R.C. Jacobs, Inc., West Hartford, Connecticut. Duties included: inspection and grading of residential/commercial properties in West Hartford and Rocky Hill, Connecticut.

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