ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2008 

Time spent with family is so precious It seems like just yesterday that I had two young children.  Today both are young adults who make me rather proud.  I was uploading pictures to Flickr and  came across this picture of a day spent at MOMA with my son.  This was just a reminder of how precious ...
Posted over 5 years ago
If your Dutchess County home is scheduled for showing tomorrow you might have spent today shoveling.  Two weeks in a row we have had bad weather, first ice, then lots of fluffy snow. It is important to provide access to buyers but only if the conditions are right. Here are a few steps to take bef...
Posted over 5 years ago
A Year Has Gone By And My House Did Not Sell - How Come? Due to the nature of real estate (most of us need to live somewhere) many properties sold this past year, although not as many as a few years ago.  The market this year has presented many challenges, such as, the credit crisis, and both res...
Posted over 5 years ago
This Saturday, December 20th, Annie Leibovitz will be giving a talk and signing her new book, " Annie Leibovitz at work".  Most of us are familiar with her work which includes photographs of many famous personalities, including John Lennon and Yoko Ono. The new book features her photographs and w...
Posted over 5 years ago
Winter Market in Red Hook was a success despite icy weather. Despite the icy weather and the power outage, I am happy to report that the Winter Marketat the Elmendorph in Red Hook was held as planned and many turned out to participate. Turnips and other vegetables from Hearty Roots Community Farm...
Posted over 5 years ago
Northeast Ice Storm wasn't a pleasant experience On Thursday December 11th there was rain, wind and ice and finally the electricity went out.  It was hard trying to sleep that night because it was cold and you could hear the wind as well as the branches breaking.  We had hoped that by Friday the...
Posted over 5 years ago
It is hard to believe this beautifully restored 1750 building was in a state of disrepair until it was rescued by a group called "The Friend of the Elmendorph " in the 1970's. Today you can view many old photographs and artifacts of the area here.  This building is also put to good use by variou...
Posted over 5 years ago
This is a scene you will encounter on the beautiful grounds at Blithewood on Bard College campus.  I was really intrigued, and as a result wrote a post about this, which you can read here. There is alway a lesson that we can learned from nature. BY Jennifer Fivelsdal- Keller williams Realty Team...
Posted over 5 years ago
Ken Cook is always sharing his knowledge of the mortgage industry with both clients as well as real estate agents.  We share a similar philosophy -that of educating the consumer.  This particular post in very simple terms covers an issue which concerns many who are trying to get a loan in this c...
Posted over 5 years ago
With a 28.7 percent drop in the number of sales to 87;  down from 122 same time last year, and a starting inventory at the beginning of the month of 2197 it is fair to say there is over 2 year worth of inventory. WHY THIS COULD BE A GOOD TIME TO BUY Lots of inventory to chose from ,and sellers mo...
Posted over 5 years ago
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