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STRATEGIES FOR PICKING THE RIGHT TOWN

If you’ve been thinking about moving out of the city to the suburbs, you’re probably spending hours researching which town you want to move to and which community you actually want to settle in. No doubt some confusion will result as your friends enthusiastically describe their communities and exhort you to follow them because their town is “such a great place to live.” Well, it probably is. But is it right for you? Click here to read full article.

 

 

OLD-WORLD CHARM OR BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION?

Prospective home buyers often begin their search for their dream home with a specific vision of what kind of house they hope to find. Some dream of a warm and inviting 1920s tapestry Tudor with cozy nooks and dark hardwood floors; others envision a bright, newly built center-hall colonial with an open-floor plan, finished basement, walk-in closets and cathedral ceilings. Every buyer is looking for something different; older and newer homes all have their pros and cons. Click here to read full article.

 

 

SETTLING INTO YOUR NEW COMMUNITY WITH EASE 

The idea of moving into a new community can be both exciting and overwhelming.  There are always endless questions, from where to buy shoes for the kids and who gives music lessons, to how do you find a trustworthy babysitter and where is the best yoga class in town?   But if you are moving to Westchester, have no fear; it is just like Manhattan, but with trees!  Here, there are so many services, activities, events, and opportunities available, you will only feel mildly frustrated that you cannot take advantage of them all. Click here to read full article.

 


7 TIPS FOR EVALUATING A SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Moving to the suburbs?  If so, finding a great home in an excellent school district may well be at the top of your priority list. Even if you don’t yet have school-age children, keep in mind that a community's highly-regarded public school system helps to ensure strong home prices and consistently high demand for property. Following are some tips to get you started on finding the right school district for your family: Click here to read full article.