River Towns’ Property Market Continues to Improve

New York’s property market is continuing to strengthen as the state begins to reopen after recent restrictions. There was a 17% increase in new listings from 20,210 units in July last year up... Read more »

At Historic Fort Hill, Ginsburg Came, Saw, Conquered

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH, PEEKSKILL-STYLE When you talk with developer Martin Ginsburg about his newest development in Peekskill, his excitement is apparent. He talks about how it will help make the city a... Read more »

Listening to a Stager – Don’t Take it Personally, Just Take it Down!

A few months ago, I wrote about the importance of staging from the perspective of a real estate agent. This month I’m turning over my column to one of my favorite stagers... Read more »

Edge-on-Hudson Reaches Major Milestones

First Residents Set to Move In, Model Homes to Open In the first quarter of 2020, the first residents are expected to move in to Edge-on-Hudson, in Sleepy Hollow. It’s a remarkable... Read more »

The Importance of Staging Your Home  

Before we talk about staging, a quick note about my last article on pricing. Unfortunately there was an error about pricing your home too low. It should have said that you can never underprice a... Read more »

The Importance of Staging Your Home 

  Before we talk about staging, a quick note about my last article on pricing. Unfortunately there was an error about pricing your home too low. It should have said that you can never underprice... Read more »

Transit-Oriented, Mixed-Use Development in Tarrytown Awaits Village Approval 

A new project at a 20,000-square-foot warehouse directly across from Tarrytown’s Metro-North Station at 29 South Depot Plaza continues to seek village approval. The plan is for the warehouse to be renovated... Read more »

Choosing the Right Asking Price for Your Home

Some of the most frequent statements realtors hear from sellers are “I need this amount to be able to sell,” or “I need this in order to buy another home.” Well, if you have ever... Read more »

Real Estate Takes to the Skies with Drones

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), commonly referred to as “drones,” elicit a wide range of emotions from people. Some think of the gadgets as a fun recreational activity for racing other drones or as... Read more »

Real Estate Appraisals – When the Numbers Don’t Add Up

  When I talk to buyers and sellers, one of the most stressful – and misunderstood – parts of the real estate sales process is how appraisal figures are determined. The key to any property appraisal is the... Read more »