Myths vs Facts: Top 3 Benefits Of Fix and Flip Loans In Texas

Real Estate in Texas today is becoming one of the most lucrative investment methods. So much that many are thinking of real estate as a full-time business option; one such […] Read more »

5 Great Things About Living In New Mexico

The enchanting land of New Mexico is a place where vibrant cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and a rich history blend together to create a living experience like no other. If you’re […] Read more »

6 Software Solutions Enjoyed by Remote Workers and Their Employers

Many individuals enjoy working remotely because it saves them time from the daily commute to and from their office. It lets them work from home, so that they can have […] Read more »

Peekskill Resident Shines a Light on Benefits of Solar

There’s a new push in Peekskill to get greener, and it’s being led by a community solar initiative called Ecological Citizen’s Project (see story HERE). Only about 4% of the homes […] Read more »

New Martin Ginsburg Park in Yonkers Links Warburton Avenue to Aqueduct Trail

Ginsburg Development Companies joined with Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano and city officials today to celebrate the dedication of the Martin Ginsburg Park in the Greystone neighborhood that links Warburton Avenue […] Read more »

Moving from City to Suburbs: What to Expect and How to Prepare

Moving from the city to the suburbs can be an exciting but daunting experience. While it can offer a quieter and more spacious living environment, it also requires a lot of preparation... Read more »

Energizing the Move to Solar Power

Throughout Northern Westchester, solar energy continues to make inroads for both residential and community use.    “The village has been a big proponent for solar energy,” said Bryan Healy, Village Manager […] Read more »

Things are Booming in Downtown Briarcliff Manor 

These are boom times in downtown Briarcliff Manor, with a pair of vacant buildings slated for demolition in March.  On March 6, the vacant Wells Fargo bank building at 1050 […] Read more »

Much Ado about ADUs  

If you like your town meetings long and contentious, then you would have loved Tarrytown’s 3+ hour session on Wednesday, February 8th debating a revised Tarrytown law that permits “Accessory […] Read more »

Partner Content: Plan it Wild Unveils New Science Initiative

We live in a patchwork landscape, mostly developed with rights of way and homes and buildings. Nature is compressed within the remaining spaces.  But these patches, our yards, will play […] Read more »