Susan Kohn

Susan Kohn

About Susan Kohn

Susan Kohn is the Member at the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce. Susan Kohn can be contacted via phone at (203) 452-8895 or via email at Accomplished award-winning transactional attorney credited with achieving favorable results for the past 22 years. Primarily focused on real estate transaction. Throughout my career I have enjoyed teaching licensing requirements to Boards of Realtors and individual offices throughout Fairfield County. Licensed to practice in Connecticut and the 2nd Circuit of Appeals. PURCHASING, SELLING, OR REFINANCING A HOME can be a daunting task for many people, especially given that it is often the largest financial transaction a person will make in their lifetime. Using an experienced real estate attorney to represent you in the transaction will ensure that your investment is protected and all of your concerns addressed. Whether you are refinancing, buying your first home, selling your home, or purchasing a vacation property, no other firm is better suited to help you accomplish your goals. Named “Outstanding Young Lawyer” by New England Super Lawyers, I'm known for being approachable at just about any time of the day or night. (One client relates that I even answer phone calls at 9 p.m.) I never want to hear that you can’t get in touch with me. If you cannot get me on the phone, text me to let me know you are looking for me. I want to make sure you can get your questions answered in a timely manner. My practice is focused on banking, real estate transactions, short sales, mortgage modifications, housing and probate. I have received recognition from the Fairfield County Business Journal as a “40 Under 40” award recipient in 2007 and was named a “2010 Connecticut Rising Star” by Connecticut Magazine. Multiple newspapers in Connecticut recently published my commentary on the state of the real estate market in Fairfield County. I pride myself on being a steady hand that guides clients through important life decisions. I’m not an alarmist and the sky is never falling. Together, we will find solutions to difficult issues as they arise. Born in West Hartford, Connecticut, I graduated from Coral Springs High School, Coral Springs, Florida, and then earned my Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Central Florida. I received law degree from Quinnipiac College School of Law, where I was President of the Student Bar Association. I'm now a member the Connecticut Bar Association and the Greater Fairfield Board of Realtors.

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Fairfield Chamber of Commerce

Fairfield Chamber of Commerce

Fairfield Emerging Leaders Organization

Fairfield Emerging Leaders Organization

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