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Local Real Estate Market Trends Look Healthy, According to Westchester House Hunters

 
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Chappaqua, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/28/2014 -- Westchester House Hunters today published a summary of Westchester NY real estate trends. The data underlined the fact that the real estate market in Westchester County is performing strongly. Overall sales for 2013 were up more than 20 percent compared to those for 2012. The county saw the strongest price increases in any Hudson Gateway area, with median single family house prices breaking the $600,000 barrier. Condos also sold well, posting an almost 4 percent rise. Overall, the local market is at its strongest since 2007, and it is expected to grow again in 2014.

About Westchester House Hunters
Local knowledge and great customer service are at the center of everything Westchester House Hunters does. According to Nicholas McMillan, from Giner Real Estate, Inc., this is an area where experience and dependability really do count. His full accreditation as a real estate professional is something that he is keen to emphasize. McMillan has deep and extensive business knowledge ranging across the spectrum of the New York real estate market, and that results in a service that goes further than its customers expect. Whether the deal is large or small, Westchester cares about it.

The underlying drive behind the formation of Westchester House Hunters was a straightforward one: to bring together the perfect properties with the customers who would fit them best. That remains the case today. Because buying a home is the largest single investment that most customers will ever make, it is crucial that a real estate agent can deliver a smooth, integrated, and professional service. The company has built outstanding relationships with movers and shakers in the market, and uses a combination of research, advanced technology, and local contacts to exceed customers' expectations.

For more details on Westchester House Hunters, visit westchesterhousehunters.com or call (914) 804-4645.