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880: OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, MAY 5TH 11-1 883: CANAJOHARIE: Cape Cod home w/ 4 PM 39 Nellis Street, NELLISTON: Ranch style bedrooms and 2 baths. New kitchen, hardwood home on a double lot w/ views. 3 bedrooms, modern floors, 18' above ground pool & large back deck. kitchen, 3 season room, finished family room in Almost 1,700 sq. feet. Makes for plenty of room basement & large deck. 2 stall attached garage, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$109,900 central air & hardwood floors . . .Asking $118,000
978: ORISKANY: COLEMAN MILLS RD Oneida County is the location of this 162 acre parcel. 4 Bedroom home, large kitchen and living room. 2 garage. Outbuilding. Pole Barn with 16 x 24 heated shop. Christmas trees, woods and open fields make up the 162 acres. Part of property is along Sutliff Road and is zoned commercial . . . . . . . . .$675,000
954: Palatine Bridge: Cape Cod home located on a quiet street w/ southern views. 3 bedrooms, dining area, and eat-in kitchen. Full basement and 2 stall detached garage. . . . . . . . . Asking $98,500
953: V/O Canajoharie is this lovely home w/ unique features throughout. Beautiful DR & LR w/ wood floors. Fireplace w/ gas insert. Eat-in kitchen, 4 bedrooms & 2 full baths. 2 bedrooms on first floor. Garage, porch & yard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Asking $95,000
592: CAROGA - Custom built house on about 4 acres. LR w/ fireplace, dining area, loft and gas stoves. Beautiful location. Not far drive to Canada Lake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Asking $89,000
153: NEW LISTING: 2-story, 4 bedroom home sits on 1.4 acres in Ephratah. Home is charming and well maintained. Features country kitchen, sliding glass door, ceramic tile, & wood floors. Johnstown School . . . . . . . . . . .Asking $135,000
134: CHERRY VALLEY: Lovely 2-story, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home. Eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, living room & garage. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout home. Located minutes from Cooperstown . . .Asking $219,900
237: Enjoy your morning coffee from this home's amazing porch! Grand home w/ lots of space & tastefully renovated. Great kitchen, FDR, 4 bedrooms & 2 1/2 baths. V/O Canajoharie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Asking $149,900
594: Absolutely stunning property! Victorian style home high ceilings, open staircase, hardwood floors, formal living rooms, formal dining rooms & many nooks & crannies. This home is a duplex. Ideal set-up for the in-laws. Heated garage w/ office. V/O Fort Plain . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000
595: SHARON SPRINGS: Bright, open 1st floor of this house has tile flooring, hardwood floors & an amazing kitchen w/ granite counter tops and great room w/ fireplace. Full bath on 1st & 2nd floor. 5 bedrooms. Landscaped yard w/ gazebo. 1.1 acres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Asking $285,000
597: Colonial home w/ private setting and view of the Cherry Valley Mountains. Circular drive leads to this custom built home. 4-5 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, sunken FR w/ granite fireplace, gorgeous sunroom overlooking mature landscaping & inground pool. T/O Palatine 5 acres . . . . .$225,000
879: FONDA: Great 2 family or change it back into a 1 family. Currently owner occupied. Total of 3 bedrooms. 2 stall attached garage. Front porch. Nice home! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$69,900
1006: Horse Farm w/ fantastic 119 acres. Main Barn 25x100 w/ 11 stall totally renovated. 4 additional stalls at the rear of barn. Heated office, feed room & tack room. 24x70 garage, 2 10x20 run in sheds, machine shed, garden shed & 25x50 garage. Remodeled 4 bedroom home. Canajoharie . . .Asking $475,000
907: FORDSBUSH ROAD T/O MINDEN: Large country home w/ 6 bedrooms & 2 baths. Large barn & pond. 11.5 acres. Total 2 parcels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Asking $199,900
753: Fort Plain. Come take a tour of this historic Victorian home; you will feel as if you have stepped into the past. Fireplaces, grand entry, stained glass, original woodwork & more. 4 bedrooms, den, formal dining room & living room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Asking $139,900
131: A Spectacular Tudor w/ scenic views on 157 rolling acres & some woods (more land available). Certified organic tillable and & pond. Fine craftsmanship of the marled fireplace. Stained glass transom beamed ceilings, Cherry paneled foyer, den, beautiful staircase & French doors leading into the LR & library area. T/O Stark - 20 mins. to Cooperstown . . . . . . . . .$560,000
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Financing a home improvement project After years of funny financing and few limitations on loans, banks and other lenders have tightened up their lending policies. As a result, homeowners considering a home improvement project might need to look elsewhere to secure financing.
equity, or the difference between the home's fair market value and the outstanding balance of all liens on the property. The interest on these loans is tax-deductible, which can make this financing option quite popular.
There are no certainties in the real estate markets. Though statistics suggest marked improvement in home sales over just a few months ago, many homeowners remain weary about selling their home to try to move up to something bigger and better. The National Association of Home Builders says many people are choosing to stay put in their homes and remodel or make renovations to transform the house into something more comfortable.
• Secure a home equity line of credit. A home equity line of credit, or HELOC, is another type of home equity loan. Instead of receiving a lump sum to use toward renovations like you would with a traditional home equity loan, a HELOC is sort of a credit card type scenario based on the equity in your home. You are given a line of credit, against which you can buy items. This is good for intermittent needs, when one large sum is not needed. HELOCs have a draw period, during which the borrower can use the credit, and a repayment period, during which it must be repaid. HELOCs generally have lower mortgage fees at the start and are generally subject to the same tax incentives as regular home equity loans.
While there are many worthwhile home renovation projects, the NAHB recommends projects that bring your home up to par with the neighbors'. It doesn't pay to transform your home into the most expensive on the street -- unless you plan to live there for the rest of your life. Real estate experts recommend that a remodeling investment increases the value of your house by no more than 10 to 15 percent above the median sales price in your neighborhood. When it comes time to finance a remodel or renovation, you may not know where to start. Credit restrictions on home mortgages that have troubled many would-be buyers have also plagued individuals looking to finance home improvements. However, homeowners hoping to finance a project do have options, and not all of them require stellar credit ratings. • Borrow against a retirement plan. Many retirement plans, such as a 401(k), allow plan members to take out a portion of the savings to put toward a home loan. This does not mean you are taking money out of the account permanently. Rather, you are borrowing against yourself, with repayment necessary in a certain timeframe. Because these loans often offer very low interest rates, and essentially the interest is being paid back to you, they might be a good option for men and women who cannot secure a traditional loan. However, if you have been laid off, there may be a shorter repayment period. Also, the interest on these loans is not tax-deductible. • Borrow against other investments. CDs, bonds or mutual funds can provide the collateral you need and earn you a lower interest rate. Fixed-income investments are more stable options to borrow against, as their value won't have a chance to decline.
• Consider refinancing. Interest rates on mortgages are at historic lows. You may qualify to do a cash-out refinance, where you borrow against the value of your home and create an entirely new mortgage at the lower rate. Although you will start your mortgage all over from day 1 and have to pay closing fees, this type of refinancing can be more advantageous to homeowners with significant equity in their homes. • Apply for a government-sponsored loan. The government may offer programs aimed at helping individuals who are underwater on their home loans borrow money to make necessary improvements. While the funding cannot be used to purchase luxury items, such as a swimming pool, it can be used for necessities. Residents of the United States can explore FHA 203(k) refinance options and an FHA title 1 improvement loan. • Discuss financing with your contractor. Some contractors may offer financing. Keep in mind that the interest rates may be high, and it may be difficult to investigate the security of these types of loans. Many homeowners also look to credit cards to help finance some home renovation projects, but they should be used as a last resort. Credit cards typically come with high interest rates, and while they are good for some small projects, financing larger projects on a card may land you very deep in debt. Homeowners who choose to stay in their homes and make renovations have a host of options at their disposal to finance those projects.
• Apply for a home equity loan. Many people have heard of a home equity loan, and it is usually the first choice when borrowing funds for renovations. Essentially a home equity loan is taking out a second mortgage on your home to pay for the work you want to have done, which is based on the
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Many people use their credit cards to finance renovations, but there are better options.
(MS) -- A dream home means different things to different people. To some, an ideal home sits atop a hill and has enough rooms to accommodate generations upon generations of family members. To others, a home small in stature but with views to die for is all a homeowner needs.
• Proximity to major airports. Unless you plan on living in your vacation home year-round, you'll want the home to be somewhere that's close to major airports. This makes it easier to get to your home and flights won't be as expensive.
While preferences may vary on the home itself, there are a few things buyers of all shapes and sizes prefer when shopping for the home of their dreams.
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• Agreeable weather. Vacation home shoppers often prefer year-round warm weather so they know their respite from the cold is never too far away. For example, a locale such as Port St. Lucie, Florida boasts an average temperature of 73.7* F, providing the ideal getaway to snowbound men and women stuck in the throes of winter. • Affordability. A dream home stays a dream for many people because of the misconception that it is beyond their financial reach. "While a seaside villa in Italy might never be a reality, there are places where it is still affordable to own and maintain a vacation home," says Andrew Nadalin, President of Pace 2000 Inc. Compared to neighboring counties, St. Lucie County and Martin County represent the piece of South Florida that is still considered affordable. Endowed with the rich quality of life South Florida has to offer, both St. Lucie and Martin counties also offer and affordable cost-of-living vacationers will appreciate. • Accessibility of activities. While an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life is great, no one wants to escape to a place with nothing to do. When shopping for a place to buy or build your dream getaway, be sure there's plenty of accessibility to popular activities like boating, fishing, diving, surfing, canoeing, or kayaking. • Proximity to other hotspots. Even if you're looking for a place to simply unwind, a dream home's proximity to hotspots or other exotic locales never hurts. Port St. Lucie, for example, offers all a vacationer needs to relax and unwind, and it's only 90 miles from the Bahamas by boat and a short drive to Miami, Palm Beach and Orlando.
GLOVERSVILLE E - 5 BR, 1.5 baths, eat in Kitchen, LR, DR, 2-car garage on large city lot. Across from Nathan Litauer Hospital. Close to shopping and Churches. Listing JS2097 ........................................................................Askingg $82,500
Town n off Glen n - Camp or seasonal home in great location with views of the Adirondack Mountains and the Mohawk Valley. Newer log home features lofted BR, propane fired stove, HW Heater and Lights. All the comforts of home yet quiet and private location. With a few changes this could be a year round home ..................................................................................................Onlyy $69,900
n off Perth h - 3 BR, 2 bath, open concept LR, DR, and kitchen, dbl. wide Town home on 1.4 acres with above ground pool. Listing JS2098 Askingg $124,500
Greatt Location n and d Neighborrhood d - 51 Waddell Ave., Ft. Plain - Cozy 3 BR home in great neighborhood......................................................Onlyy $89,500
1088 8 Lakeview w Ave.,, Schenectadyy - Move-in condition. Great 3 BR home in quiet neighborhood. LR w/wood fireplace, formal DR, HW flooring, kitchen with all new appliances and walk-in pantry, backyard has a large deck and garage. Listing JS2099 ......................................................................Askingg $105,000
6 ACRE E COUNTY Y HOME E NEAR R THE E VILLAGE!! 168 River Rd., Ft. Plain........ .......................................................................................... Askingg $149,900
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R homee w/ spacious Kitchen, East Main St., Fonda...................... Updated 3 BR ..................................................................................................Onlyy $59,900
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Things to look for when shopping for your dream home
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Learn the basics of home warranties Buying a home is arguably one of the largest purchases a person will make. It can also be one of the most stressful. Individuals take quite a financial leap when buying a home. Even after careful consideration of funds and budgeting, it's easy to become overextended. A home warranty can take some of the bite out of unexpected expenses.
• Home warranties are only as good as the company backing them. Careful investigation into the trustworthiness of the warranty company and its track record should be completed.
Although home buyers are urged to hire an inspector and check a property and structure from top to bottom before signing on the dotted line, a home inspector cannot foresee everything that may crop up after a person moves into a home.
• Keep in mind that the warranty company reserves the right to determine if a repair or replacement is adequate in a claim situation.
"When my home inspector reviewed the property he found only minor things that needed attention," says Jeannine in New Jersey. "After I moved in, we shortly learned that the crawl space had flooding issues that would require a lot of money to fix properly." Home warranties can be a smart investment that take some of the financial pressure off of new homeowners. They can also be negotiated into the sale terms of the home so that the seller is responsible for providing the warranty to the new buyer. Home warranties do not negate the need for homeowner's insurance, but they can add protection against large monetary payouts to repair many items around the house. Policies may differ as to specific coverage, but most home warranties will cover major systems of the home, such as heating/cooling, plumbing, electrical, as well as certain appliances. To decide if a warranty is the right investment, home buyers should consider the following:
• Read the fine print of the warranty. Learn what exclusions exist, which may not make the warranty practical.
• In general, warranty companies work with their own set of contractors. This means a homeowner may not be able to hire his or her own preferred contractors to do work. • There may be a deductible or a fee charged prior to having a technician assess a repair situation. • The warranty company may require inspection of the house to be sure items are in good working order before offering a plan. • If a warranty is offered through a home seller, there may be no negotiation on the coverage or company used. Home buyers should keep in mind that there are many unforseen expenses that can arise when purchasing a new home. Having some additional protection, such as a home warranty, could mean saving money on out-of-pocket repairs.
A home warranty can help protect a buyer’s new investment and offer peace of mind.
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Palatine Captivating 3BR $195,000
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Oppenheim 5BR, 8 AC $205,000
Canajoharie 3BR, 24 AC $169,900
Palatine 2BR, Fireplace $119,900
Stately Cobleskill Victorian $224,999
Canajoharie 4BR, Craftsman $105,000
Sprakers 3BR, Fireplace $199,900
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sign out front, you might just be putting it up in a lush lawn no buyer can resist.
Though the housing market might not be booming, there are still buyers out there looking for a place to call their own. Some potential sellers might prefer a patient approach to selling their homes, choosing to do so when the market rebounds and homes regain some of their lost value. Other sellers might not have a choice and must make due with selling in a lackluster market. Regardless of which category you're in, there are easy ways to boost your home's value. Making minor changes to a home can add to your asking price, whether you're putting your home on the market this week or waiting for the market to rebound. The following tasks might not take much effort, but they pay dividends. • Work on the yard. An appealing lawn is still a great way to catch a prospective buyer's eye. When a home boasts a lush lawn and well-manicured trees, it's hard to ignore that For Sale sign out front. If landscaping has proven an Achilles' heel in the past, make an effort to take better care of your property in the months ahead. It doesn't take long for even the most neglected lawn to rebound from disrepair. By the time you feel confident to put that for sale
• Upgrade appliances. Prospective buyers won't be thrilled if they walk into a home and see outdated appliances. Some might even feel older appliances indicate a homeowner who cared little about appearances and might begin to wonder if there are any additional areas that might have been neglected around the house. Stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and even new fixtures in the bathroom are aesthetically appealing and tend to excite buyers. Homeowners who aren't immediately putting their property up for sale can gradually upgrade their appliances to lessen some of the financial toll such purchases take. • Replace the carpet. A clean carpet might make a world of difference to a home's inhabitants, but a new carpet will be more appealing to prospective buyers. Choose a neutral-toned carpet that will boast a more universal appeal.
attractive to prospective buyers. If your home hasn't had a new coat of paint in awhile that might make buyers feel the home is musty or old. Many buyers judge a book by its cover, and sellers want their home's exterior to be as attractive as possible. Homeowners can also paint rooms inside the home to give it a fresh and welcoming feel. • Clean up around the house. A cluttered house will almost certainly repel buyers. Buyers want a home that's roomy and well kept, but clutter creates the opposite impression. Organize the closets to make them appear more roomy and clean up any areas that have become cluttered -- consider temporarily renting a storage unit to house excess stuff from closets. Basements or utility closets might be handy for storage, but they should be open and clean before hosting an open house. The less clutter a home has, the more spacious it will appear and the more money sellers can likely demand for the home.
• Paint the home. A fresh coat of paint or new siding is always
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Ft.. Plain n Ranch Country views on oversized lot end of the Hill; 3 Bedrooms, Living Room with Fireplace; Dining, Kitchen, Full Bath, Office; Radiant Heat, Oak Pegged Floors; attached Garage Onlyy $94,500.
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Easy ways to boost home value
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Factors that might hurt a home's value Nowadays, homeowners looking to sell their homes know it's not as easy to do so as it might have been a few years ago. A struggling economy has made it difficult for many homeowners to sell their homes for a price they're comfortable with.
might find those foreclosed properties are hurting their own home's value. Lots of foreclosures could negatively affect a neighborhood's reputation, which might make a home within that neighborhood less attractive to prospective buyers.
But the sagging economy is not the only thing can make it difficult to sell a home. In fact, a host of other things, some obvious but some not so obvious, can hurt a home's value as well.
• Appearance: A home's appearance is another obvious variable that might affect its resale value. Homeowners might want their home to reflect their own individuality, but that's not going to help when the time comes to sell the home. If the exterior paint is out of the ordinary, then it might be wise to choose a more traditional or conservative color before erecting the "For Sale" sign out front. The same goes for a home's interior. If the interior design is especially unique, a more traditional interior decor might help the home sell faster.
• Location: A home's location is arguably its best or worst selling point. A home in a great location won't be as difficult to sell as a home in a bad neighborhood. But location goes beyond a neighborhood's reputation, especially in recent years. Homeowners who live in a neighborhood or development with many foreclosures
• Size and style: Another thing to consider when selling a home is its size and style. A home that stands out on the block might be an attention-grabber, but that's not always attractive to prospective buyers. For instance, a colonial sitting in the middle of a street filled with contemporary homes will stand out, but likely for all the wrong reasons. It will likely appear dated and out of place, which is something buyers might not want. In addition, if the home is considerably larger or smaller than the surrounding homes, then this could hurt its value. • Non-conformity: In many ways, conformity is not considered an admirable trait. But when selling a home, conformity could make the difference between a home selling quickly or remaining on the market for months if not years. When shopping for a home, buyers often shop in certain neighborhoods and towns and might see many different homes within a given ZIP code. Homeowners with homes that don't conform to others in the area might find it difficult to sell their homes. For instance, homeowners trying to sell a two bedroom home in a neighborhood filled with three bedroom homes might notice their home's value is not as high as that of surrounding homes, regardless of the neighborhood or how similar the home's exterior is to surrounding homes. • Age: Older homes might have character and a sense of nostalgia, but appraisers take age into consideration when determining a home's value. And buyers tend to lean toward newer homes for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the feeling that newer homes have far more modern amenities than older homes. When it comes to a home's value, there are a host of things that could ultimately increase or decrease that value in the eyes of prospective buyers.
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