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August 4, 2009
Larchmont Village Home - Larchmont NY

Housing and Market Statistics for Larchmont NY – Second Quarter 2009

Larchmont seemed to be impervious to market forces. Prices on single family homes kept climbing, national housing crisis notwithstanding. But nothing can go up forever and the stock market crash has impacted the housing market.
August 4, 2009
Village Views - Scarsdale NY 10583

Housing and Market Statistics for Scarsdale NY – Second Quarter 2009

Scarsdale VillageThe housing market in Scarsdale is all over the place. Single family homes took a very heavy hit last year. Since they took their hit early, they now appear to be in recovery mode. The same can not be said for neighboring Edgemont which is now taking a drubbing and the cooperative market has also seen some difficulties.
July 28, 2009
Hartsdale NY Home - Manor Woods

Housing and Market Statistics for Hartsdale NY – Second Quarter 2009

Manor Woods - Hartsdale NYThe Hartsdale housing market is in buyer's market territory at this time. Like White Plains, the area resisted the housing correction particularly in the condo and coop markets until the stock market crashed in late 2008.
July 23, 2009
Trust - A broken link

Working cooperatively towards a common goal is a win-win for agents and clients alike…

Over the past few months, several sales-in-progress have been occupying a major portion of my time.  When my clients and I began our journey together we […]
July 22, 2009
Jefferson Place - White Plains NY 10605

Housing and Market Statistics for White Plains NY – Second Quarter 2009

Buyer interest started to increase at the beginning of the 2nd quarter as lower prices and the stimulus package pulled buyers off the fence. Towards the end of the quarter there were many more contracts and pendings.
July 9, 2009
Trust - A broken link

No! It’s NOT OK! 90-120 day escrows and endless closing delays are NOT acceptable.

You see, in addition to everything else that I do to complete transactions, I am being confronted with host of escrow issues that I've never seen before. I find myself on the phone constantly trying to prod the banks to close loans that I've had commitments and appraisals on since the beginning of the last century.