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MAIN ST
Agent: Janet DiManno All-American Properties Listing

MAIN ST, Moriah

$11,500

• 1.1 acres | zoning
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CREEK RD
Agent: Janet DiManno All-American Properties Listing

0 CREEK RD, Crown Point

$199,500

• 247.5 acres | zoning
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ANGEL RD
Agent: Tammy Sutphin All-American Properties Listing

327 ANGEL RD, Corinth

$60,000

• 5.7 acres | zoning
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ANGEL RD
Agent: Tammy Sutphin All-American Properties Listing

329 ANGEL RD, Corinth

$289,900

• 1600 sq ft | 3 br | 2 ba
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LUKE WAY
Agent: Tammy Sutphin All-American Properties Listing

3 LUKE WAY, Kingsbury

$255,000

• 1750 sq ft | 3 br | 3 ba
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9 RECREATION RD, Moreau

$312,500

• 12.5 acres | zoning
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Our Newest Blog Post

STATE SAYS "NO" TO REAL ESTATE

- 03/24/2020

Agents and brokers are banned from doing business until further notice Glens Falls, March 22, 2020 –Starting tonight at 8 pm, real estate agents and brokers have been designated non-essential businesses and are barred from performing real estate activities outside of their homes. The executive order by Gov. Andrew Cuomo says real estate brokerages and many other businesses are not essential .  Until further notice, real estate agents and brokers cannot hold open houses, show properties to buyers, meet with sellers to present listing proposals, or get together for other face-to-face meetings with clients and customers. The executive order allows most home-centered real estate activities.  The executive order is unclear about activities related to properties currently under contract. The New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR) says it is working with the governor’s office to get clarification. In the meantime, NYSAR is advising agents they should “not attend closings unless their presence is essential to the successful completion of the transaction.” Also unclear is whether agents may accompany their buyers on “walk-through,” the final look at the residence before the property closes.…