Rick Henrietta, Broker Associate - The Jeffrey Craw Team, Trumbull/Nichols Office
945 White Plains Road, Trumbull, CT 06611
Cell Phone: 203.209.1325 · Office Phone: 203.261.0028 · Office Fax: 203.452.0817 · Email: Rick.Henrietta@raveis.com · Website: JeffreyCraw.raveis.com

When market knowledge & resourcefullness count call on the service of one of the areas most experienced marketing teams.

Rick Henrietta

Broker Associate - The Jeffrey Craw Team

  • 35 years as full time broker
  • Former licensed appraiser
  • 18 years on Jeffrey Craw Team

Professional Association
  • National Association of Realtors
  • Connecticut Association of Realtors
  • CT Realtors Board of Directors 2014

  • Sacred Heart University, MAT (2006)
  • Sacred Heart University, BS
  • CT Real Estate Broker's License
  • CT Teacher Certification

2014,15&16: Successfully managed and marketed the sale of three long distance estates.
2009-2011: Managed the renovation, marketing & occupancy of a $850,000 Trumbull "mini-estate."
2007-2009: Guided landowners through town land use approval processes.
2007-2010: Successfully guided distressed homeowners through the modification & short sale process of their homes.
1987-1989 Arranged, marketing,advertising, financing and sale of units at a 44 unit urban condo complex.
1986-present:Marketed & negotiated the sale of over fifty million dollars ($50,000,000) worth of Fairfield County Property.

Professional Specialty
  • Residential and raw land, and professional properties
  • Baby boomers transitions.
  • Property preparation & management

Areas Covered
  • Trumbull,Monroe, Shelton...,Fairfield County
  • Milford, Orange..., New Haven County
  • The Naugatuck Valley

Community Involvement
Story contributor to Trumbull Times
  • Habitat for Humanity, Bridgeport
  • ST.Teresa's Parish - Trumbull
  • Trumbull Historical Society Volunteer
  • Appalachian Mountain Club
  • Former Editorial Volunteer WPKN Radio

I was born in Queens NY. Then raised in Trumbull with an appreciation for its agricultural past, tight knit neighborhoods, smart community and educational development and park and woodland preservation. I fished the old Pequonnock River on opening day, took swimming lessons at Old Mine Park and skated on Randall?s and Ascolese Pond. Today I continue that town involvement through my 35 years work as a real estate agent, regular story contributor to the Trumbull Times and Historical Society and an avid hiker and biker on the new Pequonnock Rails to Trails pathway. Oh yes and as resident owner of my grandparent?s old Strobel Road Farmhouse where I spent many a youthful day walking pastures and helping milk and feed their docile Holsteins. These experiences afford me a credibility and depth necessary to translate my town appreciation into one today?s young buyers can adopt. Besides being sold on your house, today?s buyers must also be sold on your town versus all the others they get distracted by in their online search. My ability will prove invaluable so when you?re ready to sell so am I.