Rochester NY Homes

Rochester, New York area, from Pittsford to Penfield, Webster to Henrietta, Greece to Fairport/Perinton, Brighton to Victor and Mendon. Our homeowner resources page will make living in your new Rochester home more enjoyable. You can golf in the summer and ski in the winter an do just about any other sport here in Rochester NY.

The community of Rochester NY has eight colleges/universities, 65 visual and performing arts groups (including one of the top 20 U.S. orchestras), 11,000 acres of parkland and 11 library branches in the city alone, plus six TV and 11 radio stations. More than 40% of the workforce is comprised of people in technical, scientific, professional or precision occupations whose home lives have nurtured stable neighborhoods and whose intellectual interests have nourished the arts.

Monroe County is located on the shore of Lake Ontario in the Finger Lakes Region. The population of the county is over 735,000. Monroe County has so much to offer! It is economically strong, on the cutting edge of technology and research, culturally and historically rich, and abundant with natural beauty. Monroe County has over many unique, family-oriented communities, each with a distinct character. The Monroe County Parks are exceptional, offering beaches, trails, boardwalks, fishing piers, boat launches, access to the Irondequoit Bay and Lake Ontario, horseback riding, golf, and much more.

Rochester NY is a city that is gaining the national spotlight because of its ties to the past. Many of its historical landmarks have been transformed and restored. Rochester ‘s estimated population is almost 220,000 people. It’s a big city – but not too big. Employment opportunities abound here with high-tech corporations including Eastman Kodak and Xerox. Educational institutions are excellent in Rochester and include the University of Rochester, Rochester Institute of Technology, Saint John Fisher College, and many more. Rochester is a rich cultural city with many places to visit and events to enjoy. Rochester boasts a philharmonic orchestra, excellent museums, a planetarium, an entertainment center, a sports stadium, a new arena.

Overcoming WNY Buyer objections to your home

First impressions matter. Where do you think that impression is made? On the Internet, at the curb and actually walking through the home are where those impressions are made. Both positive and negative impressions can happen.

It is in your best interest that positive impressions happen. You might never have a second chance. The most important thing is the presentation of your WNY home for sale to potential Home Buyers. One way to over come Buyers potential objections is to stage your home and have it in perfect condition for each showing. Many home owners turn to professionals to Stage Their Homes.

October WNY Real Estate Newsletter

Fielding a Lowball Purchase Offer on Your Home Consider before you ignore or outright refuse a very low purchase offer for your home. A counteroffer and negotiation could turn that low purchase offer into a sale. Read How to create the best offer in a Multiple Offer Situation Costs of […]