Friday, December 3, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
108 Argyle Drive, Shirley, NY 11967
Welcome to this Recently Renovated Sun-filled Ranch House sitting on a corner lot in Shirley. This Home has 3 Bedrooms and 3 Bathrooms. Its many outstanding features include High Ceilings with sky-lights, Den/Family Room, Granite Countertops, a 1st Floor Master, and a Full Finished Basement with a separate entrance. On top of all LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION! Home is near all amenities including School, Park, Shops, and Public Transportation. This is definitely a must-see home! Don't miss out!
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162 Mckee Street, Floral Park, NY 11001
Check out this Brand New Constructed Splendid Colonial in Floral Park! This Beauty boasts 4 Over-Sized Bedrooms & 3 Full Baths..Spacious Living Room, Open Concept Kitchen w/SS appliances, Custom Cabinets, Granite Counters..Family room..Master Bedroom w/En-Suite..Central AC, Gas Heat, Hardwood floors & High-Hats allover..Vaulted Ceilings in Basement..Thi ...
Wednesday, November 24, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
Many homeowners choose to downsize for a variety of reasons. Perhaps they'll retire soon, or perhaps their children have already flown the coop. The extra rooms are no longer required, and cleaning and keeping them can be costly. Perhaps they've reviewed their recent electricity bills and considered ways to save money on utilities. More individuals are interested in living more responsibly, and one way to do so is to live in a smaller, more manageable, and easier-to-maintain home.
Whatever your motivation, keep in mind that downsizing is a serious decision that necessitates thorough consideration of your circumstances and objectives. Here are five questions to ask yourself if you're thinking about making the switch. Hopefully, your responses will assist you in preparing for the next lifestyle and financial changes.
One of the most common motivations for downsizing is to save money. It's certainly one of the first things you looked into if you've really considered downsizing. When ...
Friday, November 12, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
7 Ash Lane
Welcome to this Mesmerizing Expanded Ranch House in Hicksville.. This Updated Dream Home boasts a Huge Nice Entry Foyer, Lavish Living Room with Fireplace, Formal Dining Room, 4 Beautiful Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, Open Concept Beautiful Kitchen with Center Island, Granite countertops, and SS appliances.. Hardwood Floors are all over.. Separate Utility Room.. Ample storage space in attic.. Beautifully Landscaped Backyard with Patio to relax.. Close to all Amenities.. Must see!! ...
Monday, November 8, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
You'd like nothing to go wrong as you get closer to closing, the culmination of your home-buying experience. Expect the procedure to be more stressful and upsetting due to the numerous obstacles or issues that may arise before you ultimately hold your house keys.
You can rest assured that the closing process will be streamlined and less stressful with a real estate agent on your side. However, you must be prepared and do some legwork to ensure that everything goes as smoothly as possible. There are a few things you may do to avoid issues and seal the sale with fewer snags:
1. Read paperwork in advance
Problems with documentation frequently cause last-minute delays in real estate closings. Because you're making the largest purchase of your life, it's vital that you fully comprehend your agreement. Read all of the documents and emails that are being sent to you carefully, and reread them if necessary. This will allow you plenty of time to take notes, ask questions, and clarify any. ...
Monday, November 1, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
You've just gotten the keys to your new home and can't wait to furnish it. This is especially useful if you have certain things in mind or have had your eye on something for a long time. Buying everything new, however, may not be the best option if your budget is limited, especially after paying for closing costs and other housing-related expenses. Secondhand furniture is an excellent way to decorate your home and should be investigated for a number of reasons.
It is not only a cost-effective option, but it is also environmentally friendly. It keeps perfectly excellent, reusable furniture out of landfills, reducing the environmental impact. It's also a terrific option if you're looking for one-of-a-kind, high-quality vintage goods at a lower cost. And it's even better if you enjoy DIY and think you might restore a piece of furniture to give it new life.
However, buying used furniture may be risky at times, especially if you are unfamiliar with the process. That's why today we'll go. ...