Communities

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

April 27, 2013
Downtown White Plains NY- 1 Franklin Ave

Pet Friendly 1BR Coop for Sale at Franklin Manor in Downtown White Plains – 1 Franklin Ave. #3A offered at $175,000

As many potential buyers who have pets know, pet-friendly cooperatives are almost an extinct species in Westchester County. Here is a pet-friendly coop that is for sale in the heart of downtown White Plains.
April 5, 2013

Yonkers in Blue – For Autism Awareness Day…

Yonkers took Autism Awareness very seriously this year. This was a very visible display to increase awareness of what has become an epidemic.
March 9, 2013
130 Hillside Ave - Mount Vernon NY

2 Family Home For Sale in Vernon Park – 130 Hillside Ave – Mount Vernon NY

There a few Mount Vernon homes for sale with this type of "wow" factor. A pre-war brick two family home that is fully updated and move-in ready.
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.
December 16, 2012
Real Estate Issues

Attracting New Residents to Westchester – We need to be more dog-friendly…

Westchester's population has seen a slow but steady decline and we definitely need to step it up with respect to encouraging the new generation of homebuyers - Gen Y. This includes becoming more dog-friendly. Westchester is one of the most dog-unfriendly places in the world.
December 14, 2012
The Broadlawn - White Plains NY Cooperative

Christmas Lights in Westchester NY – The Broadlawn of Downtown White Plains

Yes - I know its not all that PC to call them Christmas lights, but most of the lights that are out are Christmas lights - so I'm just going to call them what they are! Whatever you call them and no matter what your religion, the lights are always fun for the whole family.