It is the last month of the year! Is your home ready for the holiday spirit, chilly cold nights, and to ring in the new year? There is no time to wait, as we all know how quickly this month will fly by! Luckily for you, we have you covered with these helpful tips on what should be done around your home!

  • Check the operation of all ground-fault circuit interrupter outlets by pushing the "test" button. The "reset" button should pop out, indicating the receptacle is operating properly! Just be sure to press the reset button again.
  • No one should face a terrible flood during the season! Check inside bathroom vanities and kitchen sink cabinets for moisture and other signs of leaks. Carefully inspect pipes for condensation or slow drips. Repair the…

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Join us by entering your home into's 2016 Holiday Home Decorating Appreciation! We are changing our tradition and doing away with the contest rules! Instead, we want to appreciate all the beautifully and festively decorated homes on Staten Island!


To enter you home, or someone else's, send us a Facebook Message or email ( with your name, phone, home address and email address. Attach pictures or a video of your home's Holiday display to the message you are sending us. We will use that material to post on our Facebook timeline, appreciating your front yard! Some entries will later be selected and contacted about being a part of our Holiday Home Decorating VIDEO; this is when the team will come and…

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The last way you want to spend Thanksgiving is in an emergency room! Have a safe and happy thanksgiving with these very important safety tips for any homeowner!

  • Check batteries in your fire alarm: The alarm can save your life in the event of a fire, so make sure it is working properly.  
  • Do not leave the kitchen while food is being fried, grilled, boiled, or baked!: If you must leave the kitchen for any reason, do not leave the food unattended. Bring someone to keep an eye on it. Checking a regular eye on the cooking food will keep from any disaster.
  • Wear appropriate clothing while cooking: Do not wear loose fitting clothes or dangling sleeves while working in the kitchen. You do not want to get caught on anything, especially fire! You can…

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The Featured Sold Home for this week is a hi-ranch detached home. 111 Gary Place is located in the Staten Island neighborhood of New Springville. It was listed by Stephanie Orefice for $649,000 and sold by the buyer team agent, Elizabeth Del Priore for $685,000!

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PRICE REDUCTION! 628 Leverett Avenue is a One-Family Semi-Attached for sale in Eltingville. This home has 4 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms with granite kitchen counter tops, updated bathrooms, hardwood floors, sunken living room and new carpets! Learn more about this listing by clicking the link below! If you are interested in this home, give our office a call today! (718) 966-9669

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Join this keynote event to discover how to navigate technology for the future of real estate, exploring the opportunities that are open to expanding your career. invested over 1.6 million dollars in digital infrastructure. Find out how our agency is creating future and the stats that back it up. is welcoming all real estate professionals and those interested in becoming a realtor to join us on Thursday, November 10th for a presentation highlighting the NEW ERA in real estate showing SI-DEX system, video technology, advanced media and the use of drone technology, to sell homes and commercial real estate.

Doors open at 5 PM and there is limited seating! Reserve your spot today! There will be a mixer and Q&A…

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Days are getting shorter and nights are now longer, while a chill has been hitting the air. We now wrap up Halloween and welcome in that November is here! As you prepare for the holiday season, do not forget to do these monthly home tasks as well!

  • Not only will you set all your clocks back one hour for Daylight Savings, you should also change batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
  • Inspect automatic garage door opener and lubricate according to the manufacturer's directions. Make sure all bolts and screws are properly tightened and secured.
  • The change in weather can cause leaks! Make sure to check for leaks around your washing machine. A prime suspect for leaks are the water supply hose washers. Inspect hoses and replace if…

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