Pls let me know if I can help...
It looks like this question was posted a few years ago, but if you are still looking to invest in Rochester, we would be happy to assist you. We are not Realtors and therefore, not bound to the same regulations they have in which they cannot disclose any statistical data about a neighborhood that would be deemed "discriminatory". However, we can be honest with you about the demographics of certain areas and advise you which areas to invest in based on your comfort level.
There are many "bad" areas in the city and there are some that are not so bad. It depends on what your investment strategy is (buy/hold/rent or buy/rehab/flip) that will determine what market you invest in.
If you are still interested in this area, feel free to contact us via email at 1855JOEBUYS@gmail.com or call our number and leave a voice message with your contact information including your Skype username. That is how we contact many of our foreign investors.
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Joe & Pam
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This is not a safe neighborhood. I grew up in the area. Homes were selling in the 30's, 20 years ago.
Extend your search to the East side of Culver Road. Also check out East & West Irondequoit, Brighton, Penfield, & East Rochester. Homes there have better resale value. Good luck!