Westchester is composed of many communities. Whether they be villages, towns or cities. Each has its own housing market and unique character.

June 3, 2016
Colonial Home - Ossining NY

The Suburban – Millennial Paradox (Part 1)…

Larchmont had barely hit bottom in 2009 before it started roaring back to life...Why are some areas zooming ahead while others just chug along with slow but steady gains?
April 12, 2016
Irvington Train - Hudson Line

The NYC commute – beyond the train ride…

The NYC commute was rated the longest in the nation. So its no small wonder that commuting distance (read commuting TIME) plays a big role in determining home values.
March 25, 2016
Village of Scarsdale Tudor Architecture

State of the Scarsdale Housing Market – Trends from 2015 & onward…

Scarsdale has always been a famous Westchester location. It has a panache that is all its own.  Often with very good reason, I might add.  It […]
March 22, 2016
Manor Park - Larchmont NY - Early Spring

State of the Larchmont Housing Market – Trends from 2015 & onward…

The Larchmont market, like other markets along the Sound Shore, is an appreciating market. It is one of the most popular destinations for those seeking to move to the suburbs from Manhattan or one of the other boroughs.
March 20, 2016
Mamaroneck NY - Harbor Island Park

State of the Mamaroneck Housing Market – Trends from 2015 & going forward…

The vast majority of the housing inventory in Mamaroneck is of the single-family variety...this (is) a popular destination point for people who are used to the New York City lifestyle.
March 18, 2016
bank Street Project - White Plains

The New Urbanization results in winners and losers…

Back in the dark ages of 2006, ...suburban neighborhoods were on fire...But slowly, it’s becoming apparent that these areas are no longer a priority