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February 20, 2013
Home in Greenacres Scarsdale NY

Photography and your listing…..

In fact it didn't take long for photos to become paramount. Soon enough buyers started to eliminate homes without so much as a drive by. If the photos weren't top of the line, the listing went to the bottom of the pile. As someone who has worked with many a buyer, I can promise you that it can be like pulling teeth to get a buyer to view a home with shoddy pictures -even though I know they would love if they could only SEE it.
January 26, 2013

The Broadlawn of White Plains – Sales Update for 2012 is Upbeat…

Sales prices for 2012 were up 9% from 2011 at the Broadlawn. The market for cooperatives is recovering, with higher end coops leading the way. This sector of the market was particularly hard-hit by the crash of 2008.
January 17, 2013
Gulls on Pylons on Hudson - Yonkers NY

Announcing a photography show…featuring photography tour of Westchester NY

This is the first time my photography is being shown. For the most part, I have been a real estate photographer whose works got published on fliers and that amazing photography archive called the MLS! So I am more than a little nervous about how my more artistic style will be received.
January 2, 2013
Fireworks for New Years - White Plains

Happy New Year!! From Renaissance Square in White Plains NY

Over the past several years, White Plains NY has created a new New Years Eve tradition...the city started its own version of the Times Square ball drop followed by fireworks.
December 24, 2012
Whimsies - Tarrytown NY

Fotos On The Fly – Whimsies of Tarrytown – Great Place to shop local….

In a Walmart dominated world, holiday shopping has become homogenized. The unexpected becomes the a thing of the past and the big predictable brand predominates.
December 23, 2012
White Plains NY, Downtown White Plains, Westchester NY

Fotos on the fly – Simple Light Displays…Sometimes less is more……

Holiday lights are everywhere in Westchester this time of year - from the spectacular to the gaudy to the very simple. So I'm putting up a very simple display today to show how simple sometimes is better than over-the-top.