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October 12, 2009
Downtown White Plains NY- 1 Franklin Ave

White Plains NY Housing Market Statistics – Third Quarter 2009

Following the stock market crash of 2008, home prices in White Plains finally took a hit. This market had remained remarkably sturdy up to the fourth White Plains NY Foliagequarter of 2008. The correction has been an abrupt one. The third quarter market reports reflect a market that is experiencing a major correction.
October 9, 2009
Trust - A broken link

Freaky Friday: A conversation with a Big Box Bankmart Loan Officer..

Over the past couple of months, I have written some scathing blogs about the big banks (Big Box Bankmarts) and their inability to fund loans in a sane, reasonable and timely manner.... This inspired me to try my hand at an XtraNormal video creating my own diatribe on the big banks regarding plain vanilla 30-year loans.
September 28, 2009
Trust - A broken link

Vote with your feet: Just say “NO” to Big-Box Bankmarts!

Over the past four months, I've had five transactions with one particular big-box bank. All save one were a complete nightmare. all I ever get from the powers that be at any Big-Box Bankmart is snarky arrogance bordering on disdain. Its pretty simple....Big-Box Bankmarts pretty much feel that they are in full control of the situation.
September 8, 2009
Kinckerbocker Lofts - New Rochelle NY

Housing and Market Statistics for New Rochelle NY – Second Quarter 2009

Home buyers who were disappointed that the White Plains market didn't crash through the floor - should stop wishing for the impossible and give New Rochelle a second look.
August 31, 2009

2 BR/2 BA Pet-Friendly Condo at Jefferson Place – 300 Mamaroneck Ave. #828 Offered at $455,000

Come and see this truly unique unit complete with spectacular downtown views from a private balcony on the top floor of Jefferson Place!
August 30, 2009
Larchmont NY - Family Enjoying Manor Park on LI Sound

Larchmont Manor Park – Larchmont NY 10538

Manor Park, in Larchmont is a gem for those who enjoy water views and a nice walk. Unlike the Rockefeller Preserve, where wildlife rules, Manor Park is has manicured paths and wonderful plantings.