This spring, we asked some of the top agents for tidbits on where it’s worth sellers spending money on the exterior in order to make a good impression with buyers.
Compass Real Estate’s heavy hitters Connie Liappas and Nicole Galluccio recently partnered together to focus their combined formidable talents and Compass teams on Long Island’s North Fork.
Frank Tedeschi Sr. specializes in making older furniture look new or at least good as new. So it’s no surprise that he’s very aware of what, technically, constitutes an antique.
Serena & Lily has brought its polished coastal aesthetic to Nassau County, opening a new showroom in Roslyn in late March.
Whether in the Hamptons or on the Gold Coast, or all points in between, CP Interiors elevates its clients’ style preferences to provide them with a beautiful space that truly reflects who they are.
At Branch Real Estate Group, there is an unwavering commitment to extend knowledge and guidance to help their clients find the home they have always wanted, and to support the important work of local nonprofit organizations along the way.
We asked some of the top agents across Long Island: What are the implications for real estate? Do bank failures pose a risk to real estate outlooks?
An Old Westbury estate with top-notch amenities and sophisticated décor, built by the highly regarded Kean Development, is asking $9.75 million.
Our Real Estate Roundtable tells us what essential questions buyers and sellers need to be asking in the current market and climate.
On the Gold Coast of Long Island, this $45 million Gilded Age waterfront estate could have easily inspired “The Great Gatsby.”