Wendi I must agree with others who say get your Bronxville co-op on the market as it best to sell first . The co-op sale process can take longer. You also should speak to multiple mortgage lenders and brokers to see what programs there are now, get estimates for items included in closing costs and as rates dropped this week , now is a very good time to move.
As you have a figure in mind to sell your property, I suspect that you have been in touch with an agent who has provided you with a market analysis. If not or if you would like to speak to someone else, as my expertise is Northern Westchester and I would be happy to recommend a local Coldwell Banker agent with co-op expertise in the Bronxville area.
With regard to Northern Westchester, as tax rates vary greatly, some towns have lower taxes due to businesses contributing to the tax base such as Mt. Kisco, North Castle & Somers but you also need to consider what amenities a community has to fit your family's needs. Do you need to be near a train or highway, do you want a certain style home such as 1 level, is level property a priority, do you need a community with childrens or seniors resources? There are so many other factors to consider so please feel free to visit my website http://www.margotfriedlander.net
which is dedicted to Northern Westchester and its towns and resources or please feel free to contact me directly. As a Mt. Kisco resident, I am very knowledgeable about and committed to the communities of Northern Westchester.
If there are other areas, that you might like to explore, I would be happy to refer you to a knowledgeable Coldwell Banker agent in those communities.
Good Luck Wendi,