Rochester, NY Homes For Sale & Real Estate

  • 4bd
  • 2ba
  • 2,087 sqft

87 Sherman St

Lyell-Otis, Rochester, NY
  • 1,978 sqft

3239 Lake Ave

Charlotte, Rochester, NY
  • 3bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,197 sqft

83 Santee St

Lyell-Otis, Rochester, NY
  • 4bd
  • 3ba
  • 1,260 sqft

11 Bardin St

Maplewood, Rochester, NY
  • 3bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,126 sqft

1015 N Goodman St

North Marketview Heights, Rochester, NY
  • 2,026 sqft

325-327 Grand Ave

Beechwood, Rochester, NY
  • 2bd
  • 1ba
  • 935 sqft

31 Wendell St

Beechwood, Rochester, NY
  • 2,229 sqft

256 Woodbine Ave

19th Ward, Rochester, NY
  • 3bd
  • 1ba
  • 1,652 sqft

290 Post Ave

19th Ward, Rochester, NY
  • 2,214 sqft

384 Magnolia St

Genesee-Jefferson, Rochester, NY
  • 3,169 sqft

35 Darwin St

Park Avenue, Rochester, NY
  • 7bd
  • 3,750 sqft

712 Meigs St

Ellwanger-Barry, Rochester, NY
  • 2,319 sqft

185 Columbia Ave

Plymouth-Exchange, Rochester, NY
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Rochester, NY Real Estate Insights

Rochester, located in western New York on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, was rated the No. 1 city for finding a job in the summer of 2015 by Forbes. Due to a 35 percent net outlook, the citizens of Rochester have a higher chance of attaining employment, improving the local market vastly. Everyone needs work-life balance, which Rochester provides with a prime assortment of cyclical seasons. Outdoor sports enthusiasts can enjoy skiing or snowboarding in the winter, and then benefit from the proximity of Lake Ontario for boating, fishing or water sports in the summer. Spring and Fall offer a beautiful mix of weather and a true representation of the turning of seasons, with endless blooming flowers in the former and plentiful foliage in the latter.
Given its strong local economy and beautiful landscape, Rochester attracts new residents and buyers each year. With a median income of $43,583 and an average list price of just $110,548, Rochester residents can invest in local real estate without breaking the budget. Home prices rose an average 2.99 percent in 2015, but the marginal incline did little to exaggerate the overall market. Inventory is also increasing in Rochester annually, with a 3.94 percent increase in for-sale listings last year alone.