Capital Region Housing Market Lucrative For Sellers,Tough For Buyers

From The Daily Gazette, June 6, 2021 In the words of a veteran Realtor: “COVID has made ‘home’ more important than it ever was.” This, and the circumstances surrounding COVID, have lit a fire under the Capital Region housing market, where houses are selling much more quickly and for much more money than before theContinue reading “Capital Region Housing Market Lucrative For Sellers,Tough For Buyers”

Housing prices expected to rise, inventory fall in 2021

We have beautiful listings to fit any budget as well as access to every home currently on the market coupled with tons of good info. Interested? The residential real estate market was rocked in 2020 by the economic shutdowns and changes to doing business forced by the pandemic, but it also had a big reboundContinue reading “Housing prices expected to rise, inventory fall in 2021”

How Will the Presidential Election Impact Real Estate?

The year 2020 will be remembered as one of the most challenging times of our lives. A worldwide pandemic, a recession causing historic unemployment, and a level of social unrest perhaps never seen before have all changed the way we live. Only the real estate market seems to be unaffected, as a new forecast projects there mayContinue reading “How Will the Presidential Election Impact Real Estate?”

Seatbelt Law Takes Effect Monday, November 1, 2020

Signed into law by Governor Cuomo on August 11th, New York’s seatbelt law requires all motor vehicle passengers, regardless of age, to wear a seatbelt. This includes the backseat. Previously, only passengers 16 and under were required to wear a seatbelt in the backseat. The law will take effect on Monday, November 1st. This newContinue reading “Seatbelt Law Takes Effect Monday, November 1, 2020”

The country’s new house-based existence has fueled buyer appetite for more suburban and spacious properties.

Now is the time to plan to list your home if you are considering a move. The survey attached to the article below, from Forbes, indicates a boom in first time homebuyers as a result of the home being the new everything space. Note: first time home buyers aren’t what they used to be. They are lookingContinue reading “The country’s new house-based existence has fueled buyer appetite for more suburban and spacious properties.”

Seasonal Home Listing Tips…Be ready to make your move

When listing a home between October and March, many people find themselves struggling to present the property in the best possible light, due to flowerbeds coming to the end of their life, around the property, very little sun, and lots of dirt. Many homeowners have exit plans, but most do not.  Here is a thoughtContinue reading “Seasonal Home Listing Tips…Be ready to make your move”