RECENT BLOG POSTS
In February of last year, we laid out our predictions for the Long Island spring real estate market. While no one could have predicted what would happen just a month later with everyone going into lockdown and real estate sales effectively coming to a halt until June 2020, the housing market on L...
03/16/2021
A new administration in the White House means a new opportunity for New York lawmakers to push for a repeal of the SALT cap. With President Biden sworn in and changes to the makeup of the House and Senate, conversation about the SALT cap has renewed with support from Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senate...
02/16/2021
With the start of a new year and about ten days to inauguration day for President-elect Joe Biden, you may be wondering what 2021 holds for the Long Island real estate market. 2020 was a fantastic year for the housing market, despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Low inventor...
01/11/2021
The question of raising taxes is always a contentious issue, whether it’s talk about raising taxes across the board or just for the wealthy. With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting revenues not only for businesses, but also local government, New York legislators have renewed discussions about raisin...
11/09/2020
We now have less than thirty days to go until the next presidential election on November 3rd, 2020. While there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding this election, one thing that’s not as much of a mystery is what effect the election results will have on the Long Island real estate market. We can’...
10/07/2020
September 22nd marks the official beginning of fall and that means it’s time to prepare for Long Island’s traditional “Second Wave” of real estate. As longtime Realtors on Long Island, we know that the fall always brings a second surge in the real estate market as people come back from summer vac...
09/17/2020
The coronavirus has changed life as we know it. For Long Island real estate though, that’s actually been a good thing. A recent article from Newsday reported that the sale of luxury homes on Long Island (homes listed at $1 million or more) surged last month, up 151% from a year ago! What’s drivin...
08/13/2020
While summer on Long Island looks a bit different this year, there are still plenty of things you can do to get outside, enjoy the gorgeous summer weather, and make memories with your family safely. We’ve compiled a list of sixteen of our favorite Long Island summer activities that you can still ...
07/14/2020
 The coronavirus radically altered the trajectory of 2020 for nearly every business and industry in the United States. Faced with a large-scale shutdown and millions of people out of work (peak numbers show that 42.6 million people or more than a quarter of the labor force filed for unemployment ...
06/10/2020
 Nearly six weeks after New York locked down in an effort to control the spread of the novel coronavirus and provide some relief to hospitals, residents of Long Island and New York State have seen the first cautious glimmers that life might be returning to normal or at least a new version of norm...
05/06/2020
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