History tells us that presidential elections can cause all markets to stall and take and a breather. This uncertainty can cause buyers to hesitate when making a decision to purchase a home. When a new president be elected, a “wait and see” attitude could develop. Consumers want to see what policy changes may be put into place that could effect...No comments.
Raised in the agricultural world of dairy farming and educated at the University of Vermont in ag economics, Kim immersed herself in getting business done in the fields of milk marketing, healthcare, property insurance and real estate. Kim is a native of Columbia County and resides in Copake Falls. She considers southeast Columbia and northeastern Dutchess counties especially BEAUTIFUL, FRIENDLY...No comments.
I’m certain over the years you have heard the expression, “All Real Estate is local”, so what does it really mean? Well, to begin with what goes on in one part of the country or state doesn’t mean it’s happening everywhere else. Look at what has happened to our local market since this terrible pandemic fell upon our shores earlier...No comments.
Congratulations to Jennifer Sesma on her one year anniversary with Beach & Bartolo Realtors and as a Real Estate Agent. Get to know more about Jennifer below. Jennifer Sesma, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Jennifer was introduced to Columbia County and the Hudson Valley through weekend trips, escaping the city and the corporate world. After 13+ years living in Brooklyn, she...No comments.
Congratulations to Deborah Kinney for 16 years of working with Beach & Bartolo Realtors. Get to know more about Deborah below. Deborah Kinney, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker Before I moved to this area, I worked as a real estate agent in NYC. I began with extensive training offered by Century 21, then joined MJ Raynes RE, moved onto William...No comments.