Madison County, NY Real Estate News

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Motivational Monday: Are you prepared for your future? "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. " ~Benjamin Franklin Feng Shui says to review your past in order to gain insight into your current life situations which will help you prepare for the future. Many times you will hear spiritual leaders speak about living in the moment, which is excellent advice.  But sometimes this message becomes misinterpreted.  Living in the moment does not mean make foolish choices because you have 'one life to live,' it means the choices you make today create the paths for tomorrow.  Remember your thoughts and actions of today are helping to prepare and co-create your future of tomorrow        Feng Shui LI *Carole Provenzale has been a Certified Feng Shui Consultant since graduating from the Co...
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By Bob McTague, Syracuse New York Real Estate
(RealtyUSA)
Viewing many homes on a regular basis, I sometimes forget the history behind each home. Some homes have more history than others. The home located at 125 Prospect Street in the Village of  Canastota New York is one of those homes with great history and flair. I am fortunate to represent such a fine home that offers character and detail throughout. This home has not been passed down to many families. The short list of owners all took extra care and adopted great pride in ownership. The current owner has changed the property in such a way only to magnify the beauty both inside and out.   Upon arrival of this home you will notice the lush gardens filled with exotic trees, perennials, that perfectly surround this property, connected by brick and stone walkways that create a maze of enjoymen...
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By Bob McTague, Syracuse New York Real Estate
(RealtyUSA)
Madison County has a history as diverse as the magnificent vistas that greet residents and travelers alike as they travel through this Central New York community. It is located just minutes from Syracuse, NY and it's northern boundary rests on the southern shore line of Oneida Lake.       Madison County Real Estate        For Sale Homes under $50,000 $50,000 - $100,000 $100,000 - $200,000 $200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 Homes over $400,000 New and innovative technology blends effortlessly with our historic past. The rolling hills of Fenner and Madison pastureland with the County's largest and oldest industry, heads of dairy cows sits along side our newest industry, tall and stately windmills. Madison County's historic and picturesque towns and villages lend themselves to a weeke...
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By Caroline Huising
(Huising)
Price: $147,900 FIZBER.com ID 13215558 Single Family with 3 bed, 2.0 bath, in 108 BELLEVIEW DRIVE Canastota, NY, 13032 http://www.fizber.com/13215558/ 108 BELLEVIEW DRIVE - For Sale By Owner Property Details: Type: Single Family Address: 108 BELLEVIEW DRIVE, Canastota, NY, 13032 Sq footage: 1800.0 Floors: n/a Bathrooms: 2.0 Bedrooms: 3 Year built: 1960 View full property details and seller's contacts. View more New York homes for sale. Homes for Sale by Owner. Description: CALL MARY R. ADASEK REAL ESTATE (315) 697-2367 THIS TOTAL REMODELED RANCH HOME IS A TRUE MOVE-IN. LOCATED IN CANASTOTA NY (CENTRAL NY UPSTATE) EASY COMMUTE TO THE SYRACUSE, ROME, UTICA AREAS AS WELL AS THE "TURNINGSTONE CASINO IN VERONA NY", AND "ONEIDA LAKE". "JUST COMPLETED" AND READY FOR YOUR FAMILY. GLEAMING SOLI...
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By Bob McTague, Syracuse New York Real Estate
(RealtyUSA)
This chart represent the percentage of buyers by price range for Madison County, NY in 2008. The most amount of buyers were found in the $60,000 to $99,999 price range (25%).The least amount of buyers were found in the $400,000 and up price range (4%) This data will be updated every year in Madison and Onondaga Counties. In 2008, 499 homes sold in Madison County. *Information Obtained From the GSAR/CNYIS*
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By Chip Hodgkins
(Coldwell Banker)
Steps to Expect When Selling Your HouseSelling your home is not on anyone's top 10 list of fun things to do. It's time to sell, so here is a simple game plan of what you can expect during the process. First time sellers, listen up, because now it's your time to find the buyer! First and foremost, figure out if you want to sell your home on your own or with an agent. The vast majority of people choose to sell their home with an agent, which is statistically wiser. Fewer financial results and smaller sales are produced from homeowners selling their own homes. How can this be? The simple fact is that the sale of your home depends upon what a buyer is willing to pay. If you cannot attract the right buyer, or negotiate the proper deal, then you're stuck behind the eight ball. And remember -...
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By Ralph Smith
(S.H.I.R.E. Inspection Services, Inc.)
Straddling the tough buyers market we're in today, arriving at a better sellers market tomorrow, leads to some really hard choices and answers are most always dictated by your personal situation. Some will lower their asking price due to time constraints such as job relocation, family size increase or retirement. Others have options that could reap rewards in the near future if they can wait for values to climb. If the bathrooms are getting the "lived-in" look with scratched up vanities, chipped sinks or tubs and broken tiles, a remodel may be in order. If you try to sell in that condition, you will be discounting your asking price even in a better market. Remodeled, you will get to bask in a new bathroom and reap the benefits of the disclosure, "recent bath remodel". Same with the kitc...
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By Ralph Smith
(S.H.I.R.E. Inspection Services, Inc.)
   Although CNY has so far proven to have shown resilience to the depressed housing market that is affecting the rest of our country, some areas appear affected and all will most likely follow suit in the near future. If you have a house for sale, what will work in making a sale in a saturated housing market?   There are many reasons that a depressed housing market makes it difficult to sell but there are two main facts that will determine how severely this market affects your sale. The most obvious fact is a lack of buyers for your property. The more important, less obvious fact is the need to aggressively position your home to sell at the maximum price possible. This is where purchasing a pre-listing inspection offers many benefits for all parties involved in the process.  A pre-listi...
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