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The Largest Small Company in Real Estate Celebrates 50 Years

Published Jan 10, 2020 • Last Updated 07:38 pm, January 10, 2020

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With five offices and more than 120 agents, Calcagni Real Estate is the largest small company you'll find.  Its physical locations include Cheshire, North Haven, Southington, Wallingford, and Guilford, but their agents will tell you that their signs and savvy know no town borders. Calcagni's offerings are specialized and range from residential brokerage, to new construction marketing and representation, to commercial sales.

"We are large enough to effectively and professionally promote your property yet local enough to provide customized services and valuable hometown insights," says the company's website,

With 50 years of history, evolution has become a fixture of the Calcagni operations. The company has grown to accommodate demand, expanded competencies to adapt to market changes, and digitized its activities and systems in tandem with technology's progression. The company's leaders say these changes were often intimidating, but they were executed anyway. Fifty years later, this family business attributes its continued success to the informed and prudent fearlessness that compelled it to evolve.

Though several national real estate brokerages are closing offices in Connecticut this year, Calcagni opened two new brick-and-mortar locations in Guilford and Stratford, and the Hamden office was relocated to North Haven.

As the local communities are important to Calcagni, the Calcagni Cruise-Aiders rides in the Closer to Free Ride for Smilow Cancer Hospital, sponsors local youth baseball teams, and can be found at local events, festivals, and more supporting the efforts of the communities and those who make them possible.

This information was provided by Calcagni Real Estate with locations in Cheshire, North Haven, Southington, Wallingford, and Guilford. For more information, visit or call 203-458-1821.

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