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Welcome to this adorable townhome at 193 Wirt Avenue! Located in Rossville, Staten Island, this spacious townhome features three levels of living space, two bedrooms, and three baths. The front is finished in red brick and white siding.

 

    The first level of this home is bright and airy thanks to a large window. This area features parquet flooring as well as a half bath with porcelain wood-style tile. The garage is accessible off of this level as well.         Upstairs on the second level, you'll find this home's kitchen and living-dining room combination area. The living room is finished with a brand new beige carpeting and the kitchen is newly renovated as well. The traditional kitchen cabinets are…
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A beautiful neighborhood, space to park, and lovely curb appeal: all reasons to give 509 Annadale Road a second look.

This oversized end unit townhome has 2 bedrooms, 3 baths, and a one car garage with driveway. A total of three floors offers more than 1,500 square feet of living space, and the gorgeous brick entrance is simply charming.

The home's entry foyer is tiled and bright, thanks to plenty of natural lighting from large windows on the first level. The center hall leads into the family room with garage and stairway on the right. To the left is a laundry area with half bath. Straight ahead, sliding doors lead into the private backyard. This is a great area for kids or entertaining guests with easy access to the yard and mess-free tile

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Sweeping views of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge and the possibility to expand this stunning home's living space make 173 Ocean Avenue a one of a kind property. This legal two family home, currently used as a single family, spans over 4,600 square feet. Its R5 zoning permits the addition of two more stories and 10,000 additional square feet of living space.

Manhattan-style living with the privacy that Staten Island can provide, and right by the bridge that brings you there in no time at all- have your cake and eat it too in the South Beach neighborhood!

Inside this Beautiful Beachside Home

The Ocean Avenue entrance is fenced off with a gated driveway. First impressions are reminiscent of a Hamptons villa complete with paved walkway and

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Back in 2007 the United States faced a housing crisis. There was a surplus of homes on the market combined with a depressed economy, resulting in activity falling drastically among the real estate market.

We may or may not have learned from our mistakes then, but our political climate in the US is different now. In this video broadcast via Facebook Live, Anthony Licciardello and Hannah Jay discuss the main three reasons that we believe the next housing downturn could happen.

In this discussion, we touch on themes ranging from banking institutions to housing affordability. Here in Staten Island, home affordability has especially become a big problem for new home buyers. This could be an issue for anyone who owns real estate and is looking to

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This month's real estate snapshot was telling, and may forecast some big changes in the future.

Active listings were way up in May. At 1,892, this represents a high we have not seen in several years. This would not be so noteworthy if sales were up as well, but closed sales have stayed flat for four months now while active listings continue to rise. Closed sales remain stagnant at just about 300. Obviously, lots of homes listed have continued to go unsold.

It appears (though we'll have to follow this trend in the coming months) that demand may be slipping on the buyer side. Home affordability has really become an issue. Average home sale prices were down about $10,000 to $566,449.

But this is not cause to panic for sellers- we've seen

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Opportunity doesn’t come knocking often- don’t let it pass you by! A lot zoned for condo development just hit the market in the most talked about neighborhood in Staten Island: St. George.

This hillside property at 59 Hamilton Avenue features R6 zoning with over 17,400 buildable square feet just three blocks away from the St. George Ferry Terminal to Manhattan. Currently on this land plot is an income-producing Victorian two-family home. This lot could potentially offer greater income for a developer who transforms the property into a mid-rise apartment building with 22-24 units.

 

Why St. George Is The #1 Place To Invest

The hottest real estate area in Staten Island, St. George is poised to experience a real estate boom. Highly sought

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The coveted Staten Island two family home is a hot commodity, though 50 Beacon Place is especially unique. With 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, this oversized property provides a 2 bedroom rental unit and 3 bedroom main unit. Located on a large corner lot in bustling New Dorp Beach, you're surrounded with tons of community fun and public transportation options.

With a red brick facing on the bottom half and white cedar shake on top, the aesthetic is quaint and charming. In addition to a one-car garage, this home also provides parking for up to 4 cars in the driveway and partially paved side yard. A big front yard is inviting and well-manicured.

Once inside, the entry foyer opens to a large tiled living room with brick fireplace. To the right is

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Bring your bids- a fully detached two family 6/6 home just hit the market in Staten Island! Highly sought after by large families moving in from Brooklyn or elsewhere, it isn't often that this type of property becomes available. Big enough for extended family, 695 Collfield Avenue also happens to be in beautiful Willowbrook.

In excellent condition, this two story hi-ranch home has plenty of old-world charm. This property features two spacious three bedroom apartments as well as a partially finished basement.

With white columns around the front entrance and balcony and a red brick and white vinyl front, the Romanesque architecture presents quite an impression from the curb. The large lot spans 48 by 100- just imagine the possibilities for large

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Just how much do we owe to technology here at RealEstateSINY? Pretty much everything, as it turns out.

Not only was this company founded based on internet marketing, but it's indispensable the real estate market as we know it. 90% of buyers use the internet to find their next home. Can you imagine sorting through a physical MLS book to find a home before you could type keywords into a search field? This was the reality a generation ago, and it seems like ancient history to imagine that now.

In this live video via Facebook broadcast, Hannah Jay interviews Anthony Licciardello about the role technology has played in the creation of our company. We talk about the search tools that take the stress out of home searching, and the tools we use to reach

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April marked yet another month for Staten Island real estate prices to hit record highs.

The average home sale price was up to $576,525. But prices are what we call a “trailing indicator”, meaning they reflect the market several months prior to the actual closing date, when the house was first put into acceptance. In this live video discussion, we look to other stats to dissect the market in its current state. 

Even though the market still appears to hold the seller’s favor, with homes selling faster than they have in many months and fetching high prices, there were some strange findings. Inventory is now up to 1,630, with 669 new listings in April. This is considerably higher than the same time last year. 

So when we saw that only 328

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