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George Dearing
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Eco-minded father, writer, real estate advisor.
Eco-minded father, writer, real estate advisor.

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New listing @ 164-166 Madison Avenue. Great multi-family opportunity in Downtown Albany's Mansion District. Three income-producing units paired with a former restaurant provide a highly configurable environment. Please let me know if you're interested. / Call or text w/ questions: 518-779-3039

#realestate #multifamily #upstateNY #albanyNY #albany #NYRealEstate #MansionDistrict #realestateinvesting #coldwellbanker #commercialrealestate
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Great opportunity to own an income-producing package — 656 Crane St. and the building next door at 1013 2nd Ave.

Crane St. is a 3 Family Unit and the other building is currently being finished ( 3 bedrooms) with many upgrades including electrical and plumbing. Two units in the main building are currently occupied.

The bottom floor (1013 2nd Ave.) could also be finished as a retail storefront.

Bring your ideas and offers and call or text me with questions -- 518.779.3039

List price: $224,900
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Foreign buyer numbers are up significantly. It's a global real estate market.
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Gas-free driving after working out at the YMCA. #zeroemissions #fordfocuselectric
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Smaller Homes, Bigger Returns

NerdWallet analyzed three years of data from Realtor.com:

"Smaller homes see prices rise faster: While individual market dynamics and trends vary, in 17 of the 20 metro areas analyzed, listing prices of the smallest 25% of homes grew fastest when calculated as a percentage. The median annual growth rate for the smallest quartile of homes was 8.9% from 2013 to 2016. The second-smallest group of homes had the second-fastest growth rate, with median annual growth of 7.4%."

"Prices in Florida appreciated fastest: The two metro areas with the fastest rate of price appreciation among the smallest homes are both in Florida. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach saw the most drastic growth, as the smallest quartile of homes appreciated by 19.5% each year from 2013 to 2016. The metro area with the second-fastest appreciation of small homes was Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida, where the smallest quartile of homes appreciated by 16.6% annually."
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Toytopia was a hit at the #Orlando Science Center.
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