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Helen Keit from The Keit Team at Keller Williams Realty Landmark shares 5 key items for you to consider for your housing roadmap for retirement. The first item on this list if for you to look at where you are living now. Look at your current housing arrangements, your maintenance,… Read More

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Queens County Residential Sales Update October 2019   Sold Property Count:  746 properties were closed this October versus 816 closed last October – a change of -8.6%.  Most of the past 12 months showed negative sales numbers versus the previous years’ sales.  … Read More

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  Here is a quick update on Queens Home Sales for August 2019.  Units Sold are down 12.2% over this time last year.  The Median Sales Price is down 4.2% but pending contracts are up 8.5% which bodes well for the market.  The market is self-correcting and becoming a… Read More

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Sold Property Count - 674 properties were closed this July versus 786 last year at this time - a -14.2% change. Pending Sales Count - 835 properties went into contract versus 744 last July - a 12.2% increase. Sold Median Sales Price is down -2% with the current median price $577,500 versus $589,500 for last year. Pending Median Sales Price is down -3.3% with $580,000 the median for this year and $600,000 the median pending sales price for last year at this time. Inventory of homes for sale is up 1% over last month and 18.9% over the number of homes for sale last year at this time. Read More

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As we finish the first half of 2019 our Queens market continues to normalize after years of steady increases in prices and the number of properties sold. Affordability has been a problem as well as a lack of homes for buyers to choose from over the past several years. Today's steadying price increases in combination with more homes coming on the market and attractive, lower interest rates will start to convince buyers now is the time to "get off the fence" and buy their first home or trade up to their dream home. Read More

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As we finish the first half of 2019 our Queens market continues to normalize after years of steady increases in prices and the number of properties sold.  Affordability has been a problem as well as a lack of homes for buyers to choose from over the past several years.  Today’s… Read More

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We have been appreciating in the double digits for the last couple of years and those prices kept going up so we are becoming more level. Inventory levels at this point in time are 6.3 months versus 4.8 months last year at this time. Last year we had a shortage of homes for sale and a 6 month supply of inventory signals a more balanced market with an equal amount of homes for sales as buyers looking to buy. Read More