July 27th, 2015
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2015-06 – June 2015 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2015-05 – May 2015 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2015-04 – April 2015 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2015-03 – March 2015 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2015-02 – February 2015 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2015-01 – January 2015 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-12 – December 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-11 – November 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-10 – October 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-09 – September 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-08 – August 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-07 – July 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-06 – June 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-05 – May 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-04 – April 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-03 – March 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-02 – February 2014 Housing Stats
NYSAR_OCBOR_MMI_2014-01 – January 2014 Housing Stats
April 17th, 2015
Bronze Award Winners 2014 – (left to right) Margaret “Peggy” Francher of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services CNY Realty, Rebecca Carswell, Kim McPherson, and Lori Stitt of Century 21 Galloway Realty. Missing from photo – James Barbera and Brian Kenney of Century 21 Galloway, Cheryl Cowen of Century 21 Leah’s Signature and Wendy Patrick of Wenwood Realty
Silver Award Winners 2015 (left to right) Marilyn Boyzuick of Century 21 Galloway, Brendan Benson of Fitzgibbons Real Estate, Patty Murray of Century 21 Galloway, Bambi Kalwarovski of 1st Carriage House Realty and Andrea Wisgo of Furnia Realty. Missing from photo – Cynthia Caruso of Century 21 Galloway Realty, Danielle Donhauser and David Duskee of Century 21 Leah’s Signature and Cindy Mears of Tug Hill Real Estate
Gold Award Winners 2015 (left to right) Russell Partrick of Land & Trust Realty, Birgit Kleinschmidt of 1st Carriage House Realty, Suzanne Brown of Tug Hill Real Estate, Kurt Pomerenke and Ed Fayette of Century 21 Galloway Realty. Missing from photo Tammy Keding of Century 21 Leah’s Signature
Platinum Award Winners 2015 (left to right) Jeffrey Tonkin of Century 21 Galloway Realty, Teri Beckwith of Century 21 Leah’s Signature, Constance Ryan of Century 21 Galloway Realty and Patrick Haggerty of Century 21 Leah’s Signature. Missing from picture is Dean Cummins of Sun Harvest Realty
And our 2015 REALTOR of the Year – Patricia Murray of Century 21 Galloway Realty standing next to our 2014 REALTOR of the Year (and presenter of this years award), Birgit Kleinschmidt of 1st Carriage House Realty.
February 13th, 2014
Congratulations on meeting our RPAC Goal, and an Award for 2013 Largest year to year % increase in RPAC Member Participation.
We should all be so very proud!
March 19th, 2012
Mar 07, 2012
In its fourth quarter and year-end U.S. Foreclosure Sales Report, which reports total number of foreclosed home sales as well as average sales price of these properties, RealtyTrac, Inc. reported New York State total foreclosure sales decreased significantly both from the previous year and the previous quarter.
According to the report, there were 7,877 foreclosed homes sold in New York in 2011, accounting for nearly 6 percent of all sales in the state. Foreclosed home sales were down 28.92 percent from 2010 and 32.18 percent from 2009. The average annual sales price of these homes was $279,154 representing an average discount of 32.18 percent from non-foreclosure sales.
In addition, the report shows that there were 350 total foreclosed homes sold during the 2011 fourth quarter, a 25.21-percent decrease from the third quarter and nearly 50-percent below the 2010 fourth quarter.
Nationally, there were 907,138 total foreclosed homes sales in 2011, a 2.21-percent decrease from 2010 and a 13.72-percent decrease from 2009. These sales accounted for nearly 23 percent of all homes sold in 2011. With an averages sales price of $164,349, these foreclosed homes sold at an average 32.61-percent discount from non-foreclosed sales.
To read the entire RealtyTrac press release, click here.
For more statistics and trends from RealtyTrac, click here