With the weather bouncing from cold and snowy to slightly warm and sunny, we are excepting this month to be filled with much more weather surprises. However, to keep you and your home cover, we have gathered some task for you! Follow these tips to make sure your home is prepared for this month:

  • Frozen pipes are the main household problem. Do not let your pipes freeze up! Check the pipes and drains around your house for leaks. When certain there are no links, clean the drains with a vinegar and baking soda mixture from our Homemade Cleaning Products list.
  • To keep valves from sticking, turn all the water valves off and then on again. Be sure to check every single faucet and valve, even the ones located outside.
  • Inspect the grout and caulk…

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Edin Sabovic, which is a member of the Commercial Real Estate Team, as well as the Luxury Real Estate Team here at RealEstateSINY, discusses the important factors and guidelines when investing in Strip malls or Shopping centers on Staten Island. Edin is also a member of the National Association of Realtors, New York State Association of Realtors as well as a member of the Staten Island Board of Realtors.

There are essentially two types of shopping malls. One that everybody is familiar with: classic shopping mall, a covered large structure with hundreds of stores big and small. Then you have small strip malls comprised anywhere from three to four stores to a few dozens. This is the type of shopping centers being discussed in this blog

Within that…

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New Creek is wetlands that had existed for centuries and will be restored as a new waterway. After many years of this land being used as an illegal landfill and residential and commercial development, it is going to become a man-made wetland, bringing the wetlands to the 21st Century with drainage, basins, and sewer infrastructure to help handle flooding from 2,200 acres of land surrounding the New Creek Bluebelt.

Settled by the Dutch, the branches of the land still retain their rural, small town roots, isolated houses, and open marshlands. New Creek was given its name around 1797 by the Dutch Village of Oude Dorpe, making it Europe's first permanent settlement on Staten Island. The name was created due to its exit points out to the ocean. Each…

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The Word is out! The North Shore of Staten Island is the next hottest neighborhood in NYC!

While we all know what is on the horizon with the Empire Wheel and Outlets, the north shore has been emerging for some time as the best-kept secret in convenient and desirable living in New York. St. George, Rosebank, and New Brighton are some of the areas offering an array of fine dining, entertainment, and shopping choices for your enjoyment. Restaurants like the Phunky Elephant and Bayou in Rosebank offer their patrons an array of delectable delicacies rivaled by only the best eateries in Manhattan.

Stapleton, known for its historic bearing, has become a prominent voice in the artistic world. The Staten Island Makers Space and SIABC showcase local and…

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Located in the Staten Island neighborhood of Fort Wadsworth, on a quiet street with ample parking, 32 & 34 Summer Street is a colonial style, completely renovated, brand new home for rent! Each apartment has three bedrooms and two bathrooms with a finished basement and yard. 

Enter into either apartment and you will walk into the bright and open layout. There is dark wood flooring throughout the first floor as well as recess lighting and ceiling light fixtures. The living room and dining room combination is the first rooms you will encounter. The kitchen is to the rear of the apartment and had brand new cherry wood cabinets and white appliances: refrigerator and stove. The kitchen is where you can access the backyard. There is also a half bathroom on…

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