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On our website can find a rundown of recorded property and home sales across Staten Island. The information was derived from New York City Department of Finance public release of home sales. All information was publicly recorded and is public information. The home and real estate sold data and associated specifications are deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

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I am sure you have been hearing all about how hot the Staten Island real estate market has become in the last couple of months. If you are considering selling your home, now is the time! The inventory is at an all time low, which means it is rising prices on houses! Since the market is ever fluctuating, there is no proof to tell how long this market will last, or if it will ever happen again. As a New York State licensed realtor, who specializes in Staten Island, I am elated to say that you will reap all the positive benefits of selling in today's market.

According to the Staten Island Board of Realtors:

As of May 2016, Staten Island is in the thick of an exciting period of home buying and selling. These sales include quick multiple offers that…

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StreetEasy released data, pinpointing neighborhoods throughout New York City for first-time home buyers. The data gathered is determined from results based on the average age of first-time home buyers (ages 31 to 35 years old) and that age group's median income (ranging $66,738). Using that information, they identified the neighborhoods most viable for first-time home buyers in New York City.

Listed below are the 13 neighborhoods in Staten Island, perfect for first-time home buyers, based on the data from StreetEasy. These neighborhoods are based on sales in 2015, for all types of homes with two bedrooms. The numbers of homes for sale in 2015 are listed next to the neighborhood. 

  1. New Springville - Mid-Island, 36 affordable units 
  2. Arden…
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With only around 1,200 homes for sale today in Staten Island and the market flooded with buyers it is truly a seller's market. What is a seller's market you ask? How will this benefit you as the seller? Let me explain. A seller's market is when there are more buyers than sellers resulting in higher prices due to the  excess of demand over supply. Due to the shortage of inventory multiple buyers will bid on a property turning it into a bidding war (sold to the highest bidder). Of course there are many factors that play a role in this.

One factor is choosing the right agent. Choosing the right agent is crucial to the sale of your home. The right agent can help you buy or sell your home quickly. Interview a couple of agents and ask yourself these…

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This Featured Sold Home is a single family attached home. 131 Dover Green is located in the Staten Island neighborhood of Arden Heights. It was sold by our team agent, Mary Sjeime for $334,400!



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This Featured Sold Home is a breath taking colonial style single family detached home. 120 Golf Ave is located in the Staten Island neighborhood of Princess Bay. It was sold by our agents, Susan Frazer and Geralyn Liverani, for $990,000! Buy or Sell your home with us today!



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This past month's real estate numbers are notably less concerning than April's, but still strange upon detailed examination.

To begin, current days on the market averaged just 138, which is lower than we have seen in seven months, when the number fell to 135 in October. This beat last month's already low 149, and fell 25% from 183 days in May 2013. This is also among the lowest we have seen in several years; homes are selling so fast, it is difficult to keep them in stock.

This increase in sale speed is coupled with a slight price increase over the prior month. Homes in May fetched a median sale price of $380,000, compared to the previous month's $368,250. However, this number is far lower than last year's $415,000 by more than 8%. The percentage of…

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With the looming ghost of Hurricane Sandy overhead, it’s difficult to ascertain how much this March’s housing statistics have actually improved in comparison to last year. 

Monthly sales increased fifteen percent from last month, a hopeful sign of a steady spring and summer season. 

Home Sales on Staten Island for March 2014Mortgage rates have seesawed back and forth in March but have remained relatively stagnant.  Fortunately, sales have gone up fifteen percent from the month before, with 223 homes sold in March.  When compared to last year (pre-Sandy) the numbers are seemingly on track for a strong spring/summer sales period, although difficult to accurately compare with this exact time last year due to the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. 

The average cumulative number of days that homes…

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