Monday, December 1, 2014 / by Deborah Renna-Hynes
While your home/land may be on the market, we just want you to know that the Renna-Hynes Team sales are up 21% compared to our regional board for the 3rd quarter. Today I am writing because I wanted to tell you about a wonderful event that has just started this past Sunday and will continue thru Dec 21,2014
OPEN HOUSE ROAD SHOW Rochester NY
There are "11 Reasons Why you should keep you house on the market at this time of the year". While we understand that there may be frustration if your home is currently on the market, please know that last year between Thanksgiving to the end of January we sold a number of properties in all different price points.
So now to the OPEN HOUSE ROAD SHOW...... All open houses will be from 1-3pm.
We have a lender that is providing gift cards, prizes and a 40" flat screen tv. We've also had local chefs to provide ...
Thursday, November 28, 2013 / by Deborah Renna-Hynes
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 / by Sandra Wimett
Albany, NY – March 21, 2013 – The New York State housing market sustained its ongoing recovery in February, posting a 4.8-percent growth in the statewide median sales price for existing single-family homes, condos and co-ops, according to the housing market report released today by the New York State Association of REALTORS. Year-to-date closed sales are 3.3 percent ahead of the 2012 start, despite a sales decline in February.
“The housing market continued to show a sustained recovery with the year-over-year median sales price increasing for the fourth consecutive month and pending sales nearly 10 percent ahead of last February,” said Duncan R. MacKenzie, NYSAR CEO, adding that available inventory has reached its lowest level since December 2005. “As the supply-demand balance continues to move in favor of sellers, we expect the growth in median sales price to continue.”
“The strong overall start to 2013 bodes well for the co ...
Saturday, March 23, 2013 / by Sandra Wimett
ROCHESTER, New York (Reuters) - Synonymous with film photography, lilacs and classical music, Rochester offers an unusual array of attractions for a mid-sized U.S. city that brought industrial prowess to a scenic river gorge on Lake Ontario's southern shore.
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From top-ranked golf courses and national-landmark house museums to a children's emporium of play and America's oldest municipal park-garden cemetery, the city in western New York is crammed with surprises for visitors of all interests.
Its glacier-carved linchpin is a trio of waterfalls trumpeting the Genesee River's thunderous descent into Lake Ontario.
Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors get the most out of a short stay in Rochester (pop. 210,855), variously known over two centuries as the Flour City, the Flower City and, less so of late, the World's Image Center.
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Monday, March 11, 2013 / by Dana Rusnak
There are few rites of spring more satisfying than the annual clean. For many people, however, the pleasure comes only after the work is finished. Your spring cleaning may never become effortless, but you can make the project more manageable -- and even enjoyable. This printable checklist offers an overview of everything you need to know -- including information on cleansers, stain removal, fabric care, and storage -- to zip through the process and arrive at a happy end.
After you read through the tips and techniques, tailor the list to your home and yard. Create a realistic schedule, keeping in mind that a single weekend won't suffice, as you'll need several days for more involved projects, such as shampooing carpets and organizing closets. Whether you prefer to proceed from the attic to the basement or start outdoors and wind your way inside, focus on one task at a time. And be sure to enlist the help of family members.
from Martha Stewart Living, April 200 ...