Our agents have buyers ready to purchase, and have exhausted the very low inventory in our area. Thinking of selling? We may already have a buyer! Here are just a few below!
- 4BR+ Updated/Renovated/Newer home in QBRY 400-500K
- 3BR+ home in Neighborhood, SQF or Northern QBRY
- 4BR+ home in QBRY under 230K
- 2BR+ home in Lake George Village under 250K (Cash buyer)
Contact Susan Kassal
- 2-family home or townhouse under $200K SGF, Gf, QBRY, HF
- 2BR+, low maintenance, $150K range GF, QBRY
- 4BR, 2BA $160K range , Argyle, HF, FE, Fort Ann, Greenwich
- 2-3BR in Warrensburg $100K range
- 2-3BR in Warrensburg, secluded and a little land $150K range
- 4BR , 10+ acres, near Fairhaven VT, Whitehall/Hampton $300K
Contact Cindy Auer
- 4BR 2BA GF School District (preferably with a finished basement)
- 3BR+ 1-1/2+ BA from Saratoga to QBRY Area
- 3BR+ 1-1/2+ BA Townhouse in GF or QBRY with HOA
Contact Brad Laustrup
- 5-6 BR QBRY, GF, SGF, HF, KBRY <325K
- 3BR QBRY, GF, SGF <260K
- 2BR Warrensburg & North within 30 min (not in the village) <100K w/ privacy/land
- 2BR Townhome 1st floor bed/bath/laundry <150K QBRY/GF
- 2BR, 1st floor bed/bath/laundry, in country setting <170 (35 min from exit 16)
- Fixer-uppers <80K QBRY, GF, SGF, HF
- QBRY home with 1st floor BR, on the golf course <500K
Contact Bonnisue Neil
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. The executive order does not specifically prohibit buyers from previewing their prospective home before closing without real estate agents and brokers present, and promises to keep the Southern Adirondack Board of Realtors and other boards informed as more details become available.
Civil fines and mandatory closures for businesses that don’t comply with the new mandate will be enforced beginning today (March 22) at 8 pm, Cuomo announced. He added that there will be no civil fines on individuals at this time for people who violate the policy, just businesses.
“These provisions will be enforced,” he said. “These are not helpful hints. This is not if you really want to be a great citizen. These are legal provisions. They will be enforced. There will be a civil fine and mandatory closure for any business that is not in compliance. Again, your actions can affect my health. That’s where we are.”