Scarsdale Real Estate News

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Did the recession hit Scarsdale residents? Believe it or not, this question is making its way around town, and it certainly seems to be a popular topic to discuss at dinners and parties. Undoubtedly, the answer is yes- but probably just in a different way. While real estate did take a hit, and sa...
It's hard to read the headlines and not be confused. Last week, the National Association of Realtors announced that existing-home sales in July had fallen an astounding 25.5 percent from the previous year. Then, just a few days later, some communities like Scarsdale and Edgemont were reporting th...
There’s been a lot of talk about signage lately. There are towns in my County that don’t let Brokerages put up any For Sale signs. There are some towns where you cannot state the name of the Brokerage; instead it needs to say FOR SALE BY BROKER. And, there are some towns that regulate how large t...
The last couple of years have been difficult for businesses, homeowners and financial markets, to say the very least. Limited credit, economic uncertainty among businesses and consumers, and poor financial performance across industry sectors make people wonder what their long-term strategy should...
It feels like July has barely started, and yet the month is halfway over. Despite the fact that summer is here, and it’s usually a slow time of year, the real estate market continues to impress many. Already, 5 homes have gone into Conditional Contract since July 1st, while 5 properties are Pendi...
When I was younger, soccer was one of the most popular sports to play. I loved it, and played throughout high school and college. It’s funny how popular the sport is among little kids, yet it is one of the least watched and followed sports in the United States. Soccer is a team sport, and players...
SCARSDALE The number of homes sold in Scarsdale in 2010 has increased dramatically versus the same period in 2009. There were 76 homes which had Title pass to new owners in the first six months of this year. That number is up from the 52 homes which sold in 2009, for an increase of over 46%. The ...
Celebrating their 41st anniversary playing in Scarsdale, The Westchester Band performed their second concert last evening in Chase Park in the downtown village. The Westchester Band is conducted by Alan Hollander, a professional musician since the age of eighteen. He has also conducted the Americ...
The government knows that improving the real estate market is a big step toward improving the economy. As part of their action plan, they had implemented the First-time Homebuyer Tax Credit, which just expired at the end of April. National statistics released today by the National Association of ...
The Senate, with a vote of 60-37, accepted an amendment by Democratic Leader Harry Reid that extends the closing deadline to September 30 for buyers who met the April 30 deadline to have a signed contract. Backers of the amendment cite a backlog of 180,000 homebuyers as the reason for extending t...

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