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January 18, 2011
The Broadlawn - Downtown White Plains 10601

For Sale at the Broadlawn of White Plains Unit #C313 – An Update:

The Broadlawn is a one-of-a-kind complex and this unit is also truly one-of-a-kind as well. The 2 BR duplex unit with unique paneling, balcony and a fire place is offered at $349,000.
January 17, 2011
Irvington Train - Hudson Line

The Metro North Commute for Lower Westchester – Focus on the Harlem Line

The Harlem Line passes through the central towns and cities of Westchester County. During off-peak hours there are three trains northbound to Westchester and three trains southbound to Grand Central Station.
November 11, 2010
Home in Greenacres Scarsdale NY

Scarsdale NY Housing Market Statistics – Third Quarter 2010*

How homes for sale Scarsdale NY fair is often the bellwether for the rest of the market down the road. So, I was pleased to see that the real estate market of Scarsdale did very well in Q3 2010.
October 27, 2010
Single Family Living - Larchmont NY

Larchmont NY Housing Market Statistics – Third Quarter 2010*

In general Larchmont NY homes for sale have been a bright spot in the Westchester NY real estate market - at least for single-family home sales. A resurgence in sales volume and pricing in Manhattan has pushed its influence northward to some of the more commutable high end areas of Westchester.
October 20, 2010
Home in Haviland's Manor White Plains

White Plains NY Housing Market Statistics – Third Quarter 2010

White Plains NY homes are in the midst of a bear market that appears to be in full bloom. In general, the good news is that the free-fall in prices has ended - with the biggest price adjustments being in the condo market.
October 11, 2010
Gedney Farms Ridgeway Golf Course

The City of White Plains should buy the Ridgeway Golf Club if the numbers can be worked out

Over the past week, I have been weighing the pro and con arguments of the city of White Plains purchasing the Ridgeway Golf Club. The overwhelming fact remains that the unique nature of the property and its position on environmentally sensitive land as well as the bear market - has made this large tract of land available for a "song."