Goldens Bridge is not your typical suburb. While it’s very close to Interstate 684, making it an easy commute to southern Westchester, Connecticut or the Metro-North, this 2.6 square mile hamlet of Lewisboro is packed with rolling hills and densely wooded areas. What started as a major dairy stop during the mid-19th century, Goldens Bridge … Continue reading Goldens Bridge: Suburb with Room and a View
Millenials (described as those born between early 1980’s & mid 1990’s) will be the largest component of homebuyers in 2015.
Millenials are trending as more interested in convenience of living (distance to work/highway/train/restaurants/shops) than living space.
Buyers in 2014 have shown that they are willing to pay top dollar for new construction and/or renovated move-in quality. I see this as a continuing trend in 2015. Sellers need to be strategic with their agents in how to market and properly represent those homes that have not been renovated.
With the economy on the rise, we are happy to see that the return of the 2nd home market. Buyers are looking towards buying a weekend home in the Northern Westchester communities of Armonk, Chappaqua, Bedford, Katonah & Pound Ridge for weekend relaxation.