Moving in Winter!

Moving in Winter has it’s pluses, not temperature wise for sure, but cost of moving services can be much lower due to less demand, and saving money is always a good thing.  But certainly moving in poor weather conditions of any kind can add more stress to an already stressful situation.   Our local weathermen […]

New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s Resolution – Credit Score Fitness:   I read a great article in the New York Times the other day about discussing your credit score on the first date.  Yes you heard me correctly – discussing your credit score.  In this day and age of recession laden talk, having a frank conversation about financial […]

Downtown Living Tour May 19th 12-6 PM

We can’t help but get excited for the Downtown Living Tour – we are after all realtors- we make a living when people buy places to live. But what really gets us jazzed is the diversity  of shelter that the greater Syracuse area has to offer and none better displayed then the array of city lofts, […]

Spring Cleaning – Go Green!

As the days get longer, the temperatures rise, and everything starts to bloom, it is also the time of year to roll up your sleeves and give your home a good spring cleaning.  Most people default to the standard cleaning products such as bleach, ammonia, and other harsh chemicals.  This spring, why not try a […]

University Neighborhood Preservation Association

Our guest blogger, Rebecca Shaffer Mannion, is the UNPA’s Executive Director.  She is a University Neighborhood resident, and is dedicated to the community.   It was supposed to be a 3-year commitment. My husband was to complete his MFA in Photography at Syracuse University and we were outta here. That was August, 1998. Flash forward […]