Bidding On Your Dream Home, Legacy Title NY

Bidding On Your Dream Home

Being outbid on your dream home is something you can avoid. Check these tips out to learn how to be sure your dream home is YOUR dream home. We’d found it: our dream home. And then we watched it slip through our fingers. It all started back in the fall of 2016, when my husband […]

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Using A Drone To Market Your Home? Follow The Rules.

Using modern technology, like a drone, to help sell your home? Make sure to read this article before you get started. Q: We are getting ready to sell our home, and one of our neighbors offered, for a small fee, to take some aerial pictures with his drone. Are there any rules or restrictions we […]

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Expensive Neighborhoods

The Most Expensive Neighborhood in NYC

Think you live in one of the most expensive neighborhoods? Try living in TribeCa! New York has always had some of the most expensive neighborhoods, but there’s one in particular that stands above the rest. Check out this article about the expensive lifestyle lived in the Big Apple. TribeCa — known for where rock stars […]

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Albany, NY Homeowner

Buying Your First Home? NY Wants to Make it Easier

ALBANY, NY — Saving to purchase a first home in New York may get easier if Gov. Andrew Cuomo signs a bill into law passed by the state Legislature this week. The Albany, NY “NY First Home” bill was approved by the Senate and Assembly and would allow prospective first-time homebuyers to save for their […]

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Upstate NY

Upstate New York Still In Recovery

Upstate NY housing market is still working its way through recovery from the financial crisis that began 10 years ago, but there are signs of hope. More than 100,000 New Yorkers bought their current homes just before the state’s housing market began to contract in the wake of the global financial crisis of 2007-2009. Prices and […]

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Housing Market

Empire State Housing Market First Quarter

The New York State housing market growth trend continued through the 2017 first quarter with sales setting the high-water mark for the quarter at 25,366… The first quarter statewide median sales price of $245,000 represents an increase of 6.5 percent from the 2016 first quarter. “An overall healthy economy and the specter of mortgage rate […]

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First-Time Buyer’s Cheat Sheet

Line Up Your Team THE BROKER Sellers, not buyers, pay the broker fee. So, your broker works for you at no direct cost. A broker will shepherd you through the process from the first open houses until you close on the sale, helping to negotiate and navigate any sticking points along the way. To find […]

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Increase Your Curb Appeal

We often hear homeowners struggle with selling a home at the value they have placed on it in this market. Are you in the same pinch? What can you do? Is reducing your price the only option? Fortunately, there are small tricks that can actually help you to improve your home’s market value, and one […]

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Shopping For A Home? You Better Act Fast…

If you’re out shopping for a home this weekend, bring your checkbook. There may still be ice on the ground in much of the nation, but the spring housing market is the hottest it’s been in a decade. Consumer sentiment in both the economy and the housing market is rising and that is translating into […]

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