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Published by Halston Media, 2019-07-25 18:02:26

The Real Estate Guide_07.18.19

HOME, GARDEN&REAL ESTATE

GUIDE

July 18, 2019
A Special Supplement
to Halston Media

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Future real estate outlook is good HALSTON MEDIA
despite ‘mixed bag’ in Q2 SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT

EDITED BY BRETT FREEMAN
DESIGNED BY CHRISTINA ROSE

Residential sales for the second quarter 2019 Annual 2nd Quarter Real Estate Sales Charts The Staff
in the lower Hudson Valley region served for Westchester and Putnam County
by the Hudson Gateway Multiple List- WESTCHESTER ADVERTISING TEAM
ing Service Inc. (HGMLS) were very PAUL FORHAN
much a mixed bag, and don’t necessarily 914-202-2392
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not to be ignored is the impact of the
2018 tax reform legislation, which has BRETT FREEMAN
likely contributed to a slowdown in sales
of high-end properties. PUBLISHER

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HGAR FROM PAGE 3 sales compared to Q2 in 2018, but also had Median Sales Price
Single Family Houses
a 17.8 percent increase in sale price.
2016-2019 Year and Quarter
year ago, along with an increase in the days e area serviced by the Hudson Gateway

on market of 9.2 percent, it is reasonable to MLS appears to be in a positive position go- 800,000
700,000
conclude that the historically high prices ing forward with a high level of commercial 600,000
500,000
experienced in the Rockland market may activity and a growing tourism sector. ere 400,000
300,000
have reached a saturation level. Although is good job growth and unemployment in 200,000
100,000
they represent a smaller percentage of the the area is at historic lows. Externally, the
0
Rockland market, both multi-family and very low interest rate environment contrib-

co-op units experienced an increase in units utes to the outlook for a relatively strong

sold and median sales price. market going forward.

Orange County, which has consistently

led the region in residential single family is article is produced by Hudson Gateway 16-2 16-3 16-4 17-1 17-2 17-3 17-4 18-1 18-2 18-3 18-4 19-1 19-2

sales increases over the past several years, Association of Realtors, Inc. (HGAR). e Westchester Putnam Rockland Orange Sullivan

saw an 11.1 percent drop in sales for the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service,

second quarter as compared to last year. Inc. (HGMLS) is a subsidiary of HGAR. SECOND QUARTER
5-COUNTY TOTAL RESIDENTIAL SALES
ere were 849 sales reported as compared HGMLS’s principal service area consists of
2016 - 2019
to 955 sales in 2018. ere was, however, Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Orange and

an increase of 6 percent in the median sale Sullivan counties. It also provides services 3,000
2,500
price to $265,00 from $250,000 last year. to Realtors in Bronx, Dutchess and Ulster 2,000
1,500
Orange was the only county showing a drop counties. e reported transactions do not 1,000

in inventory from the previous year, which is include all real estate sales in the area or all 500
0
an issue that has impeded sales growth. Unit sales assisted by the participating o ces, but

sales of condominiums at 114 represented a they are fairly re ective of general market

slight increase while median price for a con- activity. Prior reports back to 1981 as well as

do jumped 16.9 percent to $195,000 from current market information and a directory Westchester Putnam Rockland Orange Sullivan

$166,750 a year ago. Sullivan county saw a of Realtor members are available on the 2016 2017 2018 2019

drop of 8.5 percent in single family home association’s website, hgar.com.

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How to keep a pet-friendly home clean

Sixty-eight percent of American house- seed and any of the other debris that can accumulate accidents. Look for an enzymatic cleanser
holds, or about 85 million families, own a thanks to pets. A vacuum with a good brush action also that will treat stains and odors so that pets
pet, according to the 2017-2018 National can dig in deep to carpets and upholstery to really clean do not return to the soiled area again and
Pet Owners Survey conducted by the thoroughly, say the experts at House Beautiful. again thinking this is an acceptable potty
American Pet Products Association. location, says Modern Dog magazine. Test
• Pause for paws at the door. Keep a small container of an area of the carpet or oor being treated
Canada’s Pet Wellness report indicates water by the front door. When returning from walks, dip for colorfastness before applying. Address
that approximately 35 percent of Canadian the dog’s paws into the water and dry before entering accidents promptly.
households have a dog, while 38 percent the house. is keeps dirt (and salt in the winter) from
have a cat. being a nuisance. • Choose the right upholstery. According
to Martha Stewart Living, look for top-
Dogs, cats and other companion animals • Get the right cleanser. Pet owners must contend with grain, semi-aniline leathers, as scratches are
can be wonderful to have around, breath- disguised on such pieces. In terms of fabric,
ing energy into a family. Despite all of the micro ber or microsuede are better suited
advantages pets can bring, they tend to be to pets because the fabric is tightly woven
a little messy. However, that doesn’t mean and may be more resistant to fur and soiling.
it’s impossible to have a pet and maintain a • Launder pet items. Regularly wash bedding and other
clean home. Homeowners just need to take a few extra belongings that pets use. is will help tame indoor odors.
steps to help things along. • Keep nails neat. Clipping dog and cat and other
small animals’ nails may help avoid scratches on furni-
• Manage pet fur. One of the persistent issues pet par- ture and oors. If you do not feel comfortable doing it,
ents face is fur. Grooming the pet regularly (preferably take the animal to a groomer.
outdoors) will help tame some of its fur. Covering sofas Pet owners can keep their homes clean regardless of
and other places where pets like to lounge with an old how much dirt their pets track into the house.
sheet can contain some of the fur where it can be shaken
o outdoors and laundered frequently. is article is from Metro Creative Connection.

• Upgrade your vacuum. You’ll need a vacuum with
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HOME

101INSPECTIONS

e process of buying a home can be attic and insulation will be examined. In- Add Value
to Your Home
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After nding a home they like and the home, basement (or crawl space), and • Room Additions • Add-a-Levels •
• General Carpentry •
coming to an agreement on a sale price structural components.
• Basement Finishing • Painting •
with the seller, buyers can expect to add • Interior Trim • Handy Man •

many items to their to-do list. One of CAN A HOME FAIL INSPECTION? When we’re done,
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nothing left to do.
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WHAT IS A HOME INSPECTION? DO I REALLY NEED A HOME
INSPECTION?

e American Society of Home In- A home inspection is a vital compo-

spectors de nes a home inspection as an nent that can help buyers make the most

objective visual examination of the physi- informed decision possible. Forgoing an

cal structure and systems of a house. In- inspection can leave buyers vulnerable to

spectors will conduct visual examinations potentially costly repairs and issues with

from the roof to the foundation of the a home that might have been detected

home. Additional structures on the prop- with a proper home inspection. In addi-

erty, such as sheds or detached outdoor tion, some lenders insist that buyers have

living areas, are not typically included in home inspections conducted before they

the examination. will allow them to borrow money.

Home inspections can protect home

WHAT DO INSPECTORS EXAMINE? buyers as they prepare to make the most

e ASHI notes that inspectors will signi cant nancial investment of their

examine the condition of various parts lives. More information about inspec-

of the home. e heating system, central tions can be found at homeinspector.org.

air conditioning unit, interior plumb-

ing and electrical systems, roof (though is article is from Metro Creative

inspectors will not climb onto the roof ), Connection.


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Real estate transactions often involve signi cant estate laws and general principles as well as the laws spe- Brokers also will study and learn about legal issues in
amounts of money. ci c to the state in which they want to become licensed. regard to real estate. e legal issues brokers may learn
Only after passing this exam do individuals become about include brokerage operations, real estate invest-
As a result, it’s common for both buyers and sellers recognized real estate agents. Investopedia notes that ments, construction and property management. Require-
to enlist the services of a host of professionals with real achieving agent status is the starting point for most real ments vary, but Realtor.com notes that brokers often
estate experience. estate professionals. must work as licensed real estate agents for no less than
three years before they can earn their broker’s license.
Both buyers and sellers may work with real estate REAL ESTATE BROKER
agents and/or real estate brokers en route to buying or Real estate brokers are those professionals who have ere is more than one type of real estate broker.
selling their homes. Agents and brokers are not one and Principal/designated brokers oversee all agents at a giv-
the same, and there are some important distinctions be- continued their education past the agent level and ob- en rm and ensure the agents act in compliance with
tween the two. tained a broker’s license. Each state has its own require- all real estate laws. Managing brokers tend to focus on
ments in regard to becoming a licensed broker, but the hiring and training of agents. Associate brokers have
REAL ESTATE AGENT education and examinations are necessary regardless of their broker’s license, but work directly under a manag-
According to Realtor.com, real estate agents are pro- where a person lives. ing broker.

fessionally licensed individuals who can help both buy- Realtor.com notes that the extra coursework to earn a Real estate agents and brokers can help buyers, sellers
ers and sellers. Agents also may help property owners broker’s license focuses on various topics, including ethics, and investors successfully navigate real estate transac-
rent their homes. e amount of training real estate contracts, taxes and insurance. Agents may learn about tions, and each can serve their clients in di erent ways.
agents need to earn their licenses varies by state. Once these topics as well, but coursework for prospective bro-
individuals nish their required training, they must take kers goes into more depth than it does at the agent level. is article is from Metro Creative Connection.
a written exam that tests their knowledge of federal real


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Short sale Did you know?

VERSUS A real estate attorney is an important professional to have in one’s corner
when buying or selling a home.
foreclosure
e legal resource Find Law says that buying and selling a home can be
Shopping for real estate may require prospective buyers to learn a whole new one of the most signi cant purchases made in a person’s life. Real estate
language. law can be complicated, and all parties involved need to ensure they are
protected as they complete transactions and negotiations. at is why it is
Buyers may come across certain terms they don’t understand. Among the more essential to have a real estate attorney in one’s corner. A lawyer trained in
common terms that rst-time buyers may not fully understand are “short sale”and real estate law will review contracts and other documents like title transfers
“foreclosure.” and deeds. e attorney also handles the closing. roughout the process,
attorneys will provide legal guidance and explain terminology related to
According to Realtor.com, short sales and foreclosure auctions are situations that the transaction. In case of a dispute, the attorney will also provide legal
occur when homeowners fall behind on payments and can no longer a ord to live representation in the courtroom, if needed, or negotiate a resolution on
in a home. A short sale happens when a homeowner owes more on the mortgage a client’s behalf. Even though a real estate attorney is another expense in
balance than the market value of the property when the owner needs to sell. e the process of purchasing real estate, it is a worthwhile investment for the
homeowner can ask the mortgage lender to accept a lesser amount than the total protection and peace of mind attorneys provide.
mortgage owed — making the homeowner/seller “short”on paying the lender back.
is article is from Metro Creative AConnection. Computer CAN’T
A foreclosure is a legal process that occurs when a borrower cannot make mort- give you an
gage loan payments for a signi cant period of time. If the debt is not recouped,
lenders will step in and take ownership of the property, putting it up for sale in a ACCURATE HOME VALUE.
foreclosure auction.
Wayne’s WorWldEofCSATANT!S
While these situations can be troublesome for the homeowner facing nancial
peril, distressed properties can be advantageous for buyers who oftentimes can buy Expect The BestINTERNET VALUES $380,1
homes at steep discounts. However, short sales and foreclosures are not without AACCACUCoRogAAmmiTvnEeppouyHutotOethurMeeCarEArnVCNRA$’ZA3VTLeI4LANUL9cLO,EU0’WTeE.00ngtivSealyeo$.Tu5VR1AU3La,UL5InE7A1 REALTOR
challenges.
VALU
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more layers than traditional transactions. Zillow o ers that bank lenders histori- ACCURWAETCEAHNO! ME VALUE. WE CAN!
cally can be slow at giving approval for mortgages to purchase short sale properties ACTUAL VALUE
or even agreeing on an amount for the sale. As a result, buyers may miss out on INTERNET VALUES
other opportunities while waiting for short sales to move along.
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