Jul-08-20

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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Jun-15-20

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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May-27-20

Support Our Farming Community

by Jeffrey McKinney  |  About Columbia County, Community Info

The Columbia Land Conservancy (CLC) has some great ideas to support our farming community during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of those ideas is purchasing food from local farms. New York State considers farms and farmers markets to be essential during this time. Local farms are still open, but you may have to be flexible to purchase their products. Find your...

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May-15-20

Rethinking Where To Live

by Charles "Chuck" Bartolo  |  General Real Estate News

As a result of the Coronavirus, so much has changed for all Americans. No one could have imagined in such a short period of time how all of our lives would be so dramatically altered. New York State, being the hardest of all states to suffer, with the highest cases and fatalities in the entire nation. Now, as many New Yorkers...

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May-11-20

Columbia Comeback Committee Schedules First Meeting for Today at 1pm

by Jeffrey McKinney  |  Community Info

The Columbia County Comeback Committee was formed last week by Columbia County Board of Supervisors to assist Columbia County businesses as the county looks ahead to the re-start of business activities.  The Committee has been tasked to serve as a resource for county businesses to navigate the new normal and develop initiatives to help business owners adapt and respond. Although...

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