Average Price in Windmill Farm: $1,361,800 County Average: $1,384,315
Average Taxes in Windmill Farm: $19,075 County Average: $30,080
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Windmill Farm: $354 County Average: $406
Average Walkscore in Windmill Farm: 2 County Average: 48
Average Year Built in Windmill Farm: 1968 County Average: 1959
Average Days on Website in Windmill Farm: 170 County Average: 113
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The amazing lifestyle and within the community of Windmill Farm with a lake and tennis club right in your neighborhood. a p...
Tenant's are out and home is available. Windmill Farm expanded colonial built by gunderson...
this 3.31 acre north lake waterfront property in Windmill Farm. this to be built 5 bedroom col...
Pectacular and private north lake in sought after Windmill Farm with your own waterfront, dock, swimming and boating perfect for entertaining, and join in the summer fun at the windmill club open memorial day to labor day, open floor plan, spacious house is privately sited on 1.5 acres featuring 4 bedrooms...
minutes to highways. 50 minutes to nyc. rare lakefront offering in Windmill Farms....
paterno home-only 13 paterno homes were built in Windmill Farm-known for their highest quality building standards on one of the most beautiful properties in armonk, with mature landscaping, rock outcroppings, a pond, on a totally private tranquil setting and only a short walk to the windmill club where you will enjoy exclusive lakeside living only 40 min from midtown and where you will meet many of the 350 friendly families living in Windmill Farm & their friends.this bright an...
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I got into real estate sales by accident in 2006. At the time, I recently earned a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Lehman College in The Bronx. I had a very entrepreneurial mind and was ready to make my mark in the real estate world. I immediately purchased three multi-family houses in Binghamton, NY. They where fully occupied, however, the manner in which they were being run was not up to par. My brother helped me renovate several units, I let several tenants go and began renting primarily to Binghamton University students. After that, I hired a manager and was on my way.
Without question my favorite part of the business is working with first time buyers. In many cases it is much easier working with clients that have previously bought or sold, however, these transactions can lack enthusiasm. Buyers that have purchased before understand the lengthy process and usually know what's coming next. The first time buyer tends to be younger and has no idea of what to expect. They depend on my guidance and advice right through closing. They embrace challenges with a nervous yet positive outlook and every showing is an adventure. On the other hand, it's rather upsetting when a relationship builds with these clients for several months and comes to a sudden halt after a successful closing. I keep in touch of course with all of my clients but a hello every now and then is quite different than the four days a week contact over a several month period.