But it won’t sell for more than what a buyer is willing to pay! There are not a lot of people out there that will pay more than the appraised value of a home and if they do they will have to purchase all cash. Main reason — there isn’t […]
In all the excitement of searching for a home, getting the sale approved, your home inspected, and all the associated excitement of getting ready to move into your new Buffalo area home. The first thing after you leave the closing you need to change the locks.
What a New York Realtor; cannot tell you about a neighborhood might surprise you. We recognize that the purchase of your Western New York home is a huge life altering decision and you want to make sure that you have not only the perfect home, but also that have all the facts you need to make that decision.
Hello Albany — we have a problem! This is something that is not new, but it is getting a little ridiculous. I am talking about Property Managers in New York State. In the past few weeks I have come across a Property Manager that tried to tell my home seller […]
Internet Relocation Resources Talk to anyone who’s lived in the Western New York Region for any length of time, and you will likely hear some variation of the same response I wouldn’t live anywhere else but Western New York! Today many of those that have moved away are looking to […]
Buffalo Suburban Communities Amherst (Including Williamsville/Snyder) Amherst is a town in Erie County, New York, U.S., directly northeast of the City of Buffalo. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 116,510. This represents an increase from the 1990 census figure of 111,711. The town is […]
Should I list in the Winter in Buffalo NY? The fall weather is setting in and with the upcoming holidays, many Western New Yorkers are making plans for family parties and getting ready to settle in for a long winter. Let’s face it, there are a lot of jokes about […]
Between record low interest rates and price reductions, many homeowners are asking themselves if now is a good time to move up. Buying under today’s conditions can mean getting more home for less money. You’ll pay a smaller amount of interest over time and can snag that dream home for […]
Everyone knows that trees add beauty and value to your property. A large, well-kept tree can bring enjoyment to many generations. But that same tree can be a liability if not properly tended to. How do you make sure you are doing all you can to protect yourself and your […]
Mortgage rates Mortgage rates are expected to stay below 5 percent for the remaining part of 2012. This is basically a continuation of what we saw in 2011. Average rates for a 30-year fixed mortgage remained below 5 percent the previous year. Though for the last four months of 2011, […]
I watch the trends and I have been here before. It is that calm before the storm. Western New York is seeing multiple offers on homes. Many homes are finally selling after long periods of no activity. There is a shortage of good listings available on the market. Interest […]
TODAY’s real estate expert Barbara Corcoran explains how low home appraisals are causing frustration and disappointment for buyers and sellers and she offers advice about how to avoid them. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy For more information call Colleen Kulikowski (716) 650-0051 […]
Current Market Conditions May 24, 2015 There are 30 active listings with an average list price of $125,117 ranging from $44,900 to $249,900 There are 42 pending/under contract sales and in the past 30 days there has been 6 closed sales with an average sold price of $117,283 spending an […]
In determining how much you can borrow to purchase a home, lenders look at a number of factors. The most important are these: your income, your debts, the amount of your down payment and your credit history. Lenders view your credit as an indicator of your willingness to repay a […]