Michael O'Neill

REALTOR

Wallingford Office - 203-265-1821 ext. 1208
203-317-0280

ABOUT ME

How long have you lived in Connecticut:

Eight years

What are your favorite local spots:

The amazing restaurants in Wallingford (Ola, The Library, J. Christian, Christo’s), anywhere on the Shoreline, the wineries

What are some of your hobbies and interests:

Spending time with my children at the playground and pool, traveling throughout Connecticut and New England, reliving my youth on adult hockey and rugby teams, doing my best to stay fit at the Wallingford YMCA.
Organizations, teams, philanthropic groups: Wallingford Holiday for Giving, University of Massachusetts alumni association, Greater New Haven Habitat for Humanity

Why did you choose to get into real estate:

I enjoy supporting people through the transitions in their lives – often times this involves buying or selling a home. Part of the process is getting to know people and their unique stories. Listening to people tell their stories helps me assist in navigating these transitions. Real estate is also an inherently social business. Getting to know people and having a large network is something natural to me.

What previous work experience do you have?

I was school Principal, Teacher, and Consultant for close to twenty years. I learned to understand people’s needs, negotiate, and resolve complex problems.

Why did you use Calcagni?

I appreciate working with a company that has deep roots in the community, knows the local market incredibly well, and dedicates itself to its clients. There is no substitute for local knowledge.

TESTIMONIALS

“Michael was very helpful in finding a house that met our criteria, which were different from other buyers. Once we found a house, he clearly and effectively explained the buying process for us and answered our questions in a way both my wife and I understood. I would recommend Michael to anyone looking for a home in the Meriden/Cheshire/Wallingford/Hamden area.”

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