A Message From Chuck Bartolo

by Charles "Chuck" Bartolo  |  Beach & Bartolo News

As you may be aware, our office in Chatham has been temporarily closed for over 3 months due to the pandemic. After implementing the safety guidelines designed by NY State, we are happy to announce our office has reopened in a responsible and limited capacity. Our primary goal is to ensure that our office is a safe environment for our...

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Donna Knight Celebrates Two Years With Beach & Bartolo Realtors

by Office Manager - Beach & Bartolo Realtors  |  Beach & Bartolo News

Congratulations to Donna Knight who is celebrating two years with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Donna Knight, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Donna believes that treating customers like family is both a guiding principle and a way of life. Donna has lived in Columbia County for the past thirty years. She initially worked in computer software design.  Her second child’s complicated medical and...

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Why Buyers Need Their Own Agent in Today’s Market

by Office Manager - Beach & Bartolo Realtors  |  Uncategorized

For most buyers, searching for a new home begins Online. Sites such as Zillow.com, Trulia.com, and Realtor.com get their data directly from local Multiple Listing Services (MLSs). Typically, when a buyer sees a property of interest, they often contact the listing agent for additional information, or to arrange a showing. Here is where buyer beware comes into play. That listing agent has a written...

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Brian Wagner Celebrates First Year!

by Office Manager - Beach & Bartolo Realtors  |  Beach & Bartolo News

Congratulations to Brian Wagner who is celebrating his first year with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Brian David Wagner, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Brian fell in love with real estate 24 years ago when he bought his first home in Boston. He became so enamored with the whole process and the thrill of finding that perfect home that he put that...

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Tips On Buying A Home As Inventory Drops

by Charles "Chuck" Bartolo  |  Buyers

The impact of this pandemic crisis has drastically reduced the level of existing residential houses for sale throughout the county. One reason being that many would-be sellers are fearful of having buyers who may be from outside the area come into their homes and unknowingly be carriers of the virus. When you combine that fear with the desire of many...

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