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Orange and Rockland, NY (845) 510-8063

By HV Home Team | Agent in 10950
  • Wondering how the other half live....check it out!

    Posted Under: General Area in Orange County, Quality of Life in Orange County, In My Neighborhood in Orange County  |  January 7, 2012 4:41 AM  |  1,100 views  |  No comments

  • Wondering how the other half live....check it out!

    Posted Under: General Area in Orange County, Quality of Life in Orange County, In My Neighborhood in Orange County  |  January 7, 2012 4:41 AM  |  1,067 views  |  No comments

  • Great time to buy!

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Orange County, Foreclosure in Orange County  |  August 29, 2011 9:39 AM  |  1,163 views  |  No comments
     
    Now is a great time to buy a home and find a bargain with low interest rates and plenty of inventory (in fact nearly half of all homes on the market today are distressed properties)

    http://www.RemoRealty.com

    Marty Remo
    Associate Broker, CDPE
    (845) 476-8115


     
  • Marty Remo- CDPE(Short Sale Specialist)-RE/MAX BENCHMARK REALTY

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Orange County, Home Selling in Orange County, Foreclosure in Orange County  |  August 20, 2011 2:45 AM  |  1,469 views  |  No comments

    Marty Remo Can Help!    845-476-8115

    Chances are, you or someone you know in Orange or Rockland County is facing the possibility of foreclosure. But you need to understand that you are not alone.

    Today, 1 out of every 6 homeowners in America is behind on mortgage payments. These are tough and frustrating times. Now more than ever, it's important to identify your options. Foreclosure can be avoided, your credit can be saved, and your financial future can be salvaged.

    Through my experience handling distressed properties at RE/MAX Benchmark Realty, I've found that homeowners today have more questions than answers about their circumstances. I have created this site to help you understand the possible solutions to foreclosure, as well as provide a detailed explanation of short sales, which may be the best course of action for some homeowners.

    You may also have noticed that I'm offering you a FREE Report to explain your options and help you decide on a course of action. The idea of losing a home can be overwhelming, and I feel it is vital for you to have all the facts necessary to make an informed decision.

    As an agent with the CDPE® Designation, I have a strong and unique appreciation of the factors affecting the market, and know that there are options available to you.

    If you would like to know more about your options, please call me at 845-476-8115.

    I am here to help … in any way I can.

    Marty Remo
    Associate Broker
    martyremo@gmail.com

  • Most Expensive Homes in Rockland County, NY

    Posted Under: General Area in Rockland County, Home Buying in Rockland County, Home Selling in Rockland County  |  August 8, 2011 6:31 AM  |  1,608 views  |  1 comment
  • Most Expensive Homes in Orange County, NY

    Posted Under: General Area in Orange County, Home Buying in Orange County, Home Selling in Orange County  |  August 8, 2011 5:10 AM  |  1,196 views  |  No comments

  • To List Or Not To List?

    Posted Under: Agent2Agent in Orange County  |  July 31, 2011 6:39 AM  |  1,296 views  |  5 comments

    To List Or Not To List?

     

     

    There are 2 very different approaches when it comes to listing inventory.

     

    1. One is to list as many properties as you can, work them the best that you can, and play the numbers hoping they will produce enough leads. This approach supports the concept that “the agents who control the inventory control the marketplace”.

     

    1. The second is a lean and mean approach. List only properties that are priced correctly. On the surface, it certainly seems to make sense & most agents will likely jump in & say that’s the way that they operate their businesses. But is this smart? It doesn’t consider the opportunities that are lost. (i.e. potential buyer calls on an over-priced property & the agent sells them another home.)

     

    My opinion may be a little outside the box, but I’m always open to influence. I been doing this for over 20 years and I’m starting to see some common trends of successful agents. I don’t think that they walk-away from the over-priced listing as often as they claim that they do. When I say over-priced, I don’t mean crazy pricing. I mean just outside of what you feel the correct listing price should be. Not the seller that wants $50k more than is next door neighbor got yesterday for his/her house. In a perfect world, we only list properties at the right price right from the start. I don’t live in that world. If you do, let me know where it is & you can list my house so I can live near you.

     

    Often, the number of listings in my inventory determines my flexibility. If I am carrying a lot of listings, I am less flexible with my pricing, as well as, my rates. The exception being, the listing in my hometown (‘across the street’). I’m working in a marketplace that has become so spread out. The listing ‘across the street’ may produce buyers for local properties. I am not interested in traveling 75 miles to show a home in an area that I am not all that familiar with. On the flip side, I do not want inventory that is over-priced that is not located close to where I live ….if my inventory is up. The exception is when my inventory is down.

     

    I believe that it’s a blend of the approaches is what works for me.

     

    What are you thoughts?

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