Summer Moves – Keeping it Cool!

Summer moves are the most popular  – kids are out of school and no snow to worry about.  But summer moves can also be the most expensive, the most difficult weather-wise and your new neighbors may all be away on vacation making your new home feel like a ghost town. The popularity of moving in […]

60 Artists – 60 Minutes!

If you haven’t had the chance to meet or work with our Team member Cookie Falcone, you will have that opportunity tonight, Friday, June  20th, at the Everson Museum’s Sixty Artists in Sixty Minutes event, from 5:30 – 7 PM.  Cookie has an artistic sense that defines her paintings and a creative mind when it […]

Garden Tour to Support Thornden Park!

The Thornden Park Association will be holding their 22nd annual Garden Tour on Sunday, June 15th, 2014, rain or shine, and will feature unique gardens and their designers throughout the Syracuse University neighborhood. The day of the tour, tickets may be purchased starting at 12:00 PM, on sale for $10. at the Field House in […]

What is the Right Neighborhood for You?

What is the the right neighborhood for you?  We can google “what makes the perfect neighborhood” and come up with lists and opinions, rules and demographic driven data.  But what makes a perfect neighborhood for you may not make a perfect neighborhood for me.  However, there are some factors to consider, some questions to ask […]

Signs of Spring in Syracuse!

According to the Farmer’s Almanac the word equinox, as in Vernal, is derived from the Latin words meaning “equal night.”  Can twentyfour hours of equal day and equal night come any sooner?  One month and counting until March 20th when even if the weather says differently, we know deep within us that Spring is here. […]