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HOME FOR SALE: 1645 South Creek in Derby, NY

Posted by on Jul 29, 2014 in Blog, Buying a Home, First Time Home Buyer, Home Buyer, HUNT ERA, HUNT Real Estate, Selling your Home, Waterfront Property, Western New York | 0 comments

HOME FOR SALE: 1645 South Creek in Derby, NY

1645 South Creek in Derby, NY

VR Pricing $240,000-$270,000

Open House Sunday 8/10 from 1-3pm

5 Bedroom, 2.5 bath
Sq Footage: 3,232
17 Acres
Built 1900

 

VR Pricing. Seller will consider offers of $245,000-$270,000. Beautiful country 1900′s renovated barn style home, 3,232 sqft, 5 Bedroom, 2.5 bath, set on 17 acres w/large pond, woods, vegetable garden, chicken coop. Original exposed beams & hardwood floors in LR/DR. Wood burning fireplace. Large eat-in kitchen, double sinks, island, custom cabinetry & built-ins. Large wrap-around porch. Perfect home in a country setting, but close to route 5 and the 90. Come make this home your own & see what this beautiful property has to offer. Seller is offering Home Warranty w/purchase for peace of mind.

 

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HOME FOR SALE: 77 Yorktown Rd. Amherst, NY 14226

Posted by on Jul 15, 2014 in amherst, Buffalo NY, Buying a Home, First Time Home Buyer, HUNT ERA, HUNT Real Estate, Selling your Home, Western New York | 0 comments

HOME FOR SALE: 77 Yorktown Rd. Amherst, NY 14226

77 Yorktown Rd. Amherst, NY 14226

Priced at $214,900

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Open House Saturday 8/2 from 1-3pm

4 Bedroom, 2 bath
Sq Footage: 1,910
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Built 1938

 

Two story colonial. 4 bedroom, 2 full baths. Park like backyard. Fully remodeled kitchen with premium grade solid maple cabinets and corian countertops. All appliances in the house and A/C window units are included. Freshly painted throughout. Master bedroom features a updated master bath and custom closet. Original hardwood floors throughout. Wood burning fireplace. Large dining room. Updated electrical. Exterior cedar clap was entirely stripped & or replaced and painted. Smallwood schools and quick access to downtown.

 

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5 Ways to Improve Your Property Before You Move In

Posted by on Jun 27, 2014 in amherst, Blog, Buffalo NY, Buying a Home, FSBO, Home Buyer, HUNT Real Estate, Storage | 0 comments

5 Ways to Improve Your Property Before You Move In

5 Ways to Improve Your Property Before You Move In


If you have just bought a home, but you feel you need to work on making things more efficient with some home improvement, then you may be on the right track. The following tips will give you an idea what you can do before the big move-in day in terms of home improvement. Let’s begin with some of the more obvious ones on our five tips:

• Replace the locks outside, as they will be at risk in case some of the previous owners have spare keys. No matter how nice and friendly the transfer of ownership happened, you should keep in mind that this home is now yours and you need to do what you can to keep it that way. Use higher quality locks and either use a locksmith to install the complicated ones or buy some from your nearest home improvement store and install them yourself.

• Another thing you can do is to work on improving the kitchen and bathroom in your new home. You don’t have to necessarily remodel the entire thing, but you might want to work on updating them before you set your boxes down and you unpack. Swap counters, sinks, faucets and other smaller details in both locations for a more fresh, but working look that doesn’t stray too far from what you need. It will also save you the trouble of dealing with it later down the line if you feel you don’t like what you found when you bought the property.

• Remove old wallpaper from the walls and make sure you replace it with something new and fresh. This will not only improve the rooms visually, but it will also make your future home improvement efforts less taxing. Do it with a steamer or a product made for the purpose, just do so before moving in.

• You can also do a good bit of painting, whether on the inside or the outside. The advantage to that should be fairly obvious – you can paint the home in the colors of your choosing, rather than what you found when you decided to buy it. It will be much easier than dealing with wallpaper removal, but you should still do this while the place is empty.

• The last improvement on our list is the replacement of flooring where needed. If you see the rooms are not in perfect shape and you feel you can do better, you can pick a different type of floor to work with. You can usually get a better price with a company that focuses on such tasks if you have an empty home rather than one that’s already lived in due to the logistics involved.

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Home For Sale: 40 Zimmerman Street, North Tonawanda

Posted by on May 14, 2014 in Blog, Buying a Home, First Time Home Buyer, For Sale By Owner, FSBO, Home Buyer, HUNT Real Estate, New York State, Tonawanda | 0 comments

Home For Sale: 40 Zimmerman Street, North Tonawanda

40 Zimmerman Street North Tonawanda, NY 14120

Priced at $89,900


2 Bedroom
1 Bath
792 Sqft
Built in 1940

Meticulous 2 bedroom, 1 full bath on a quiet street. Everything has been updated throughout this home, simply move in. Perfect for small family or someone downsizing.  Enjoy the summer nights on the rear covered deck. Updates include:  electrical, 96% efficiency furnace ’14, hot water tank ’13, windows/trim/gutters, tear off roof, exterior paint  ’09, garage door and opener ’03, black top driveway ’03, glass block windows, bathroom ’14, furnace ducks cleaned ’08, fresh interior paint. Come see this home before it’s too late!

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Real Estate Seminar May 21st 2014 @ 7:00pm

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Real Estate Seminar May 21st 2014 @ 7:00pm

Please register yourself for the Real Estate Seminar that will take place Wednesday May 21, 7:00pm at The Village of Williamsville Water Mill, 56 Spring Street. (Original location was The Meeting House on Main, but do to a conflict we changed it to The Williamsville Mill)

All attendees will be entered to win a $100.00 Lowe’s Gift Card!

 

 

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HOME FOR SALE: 230 Rochelle Park in Tonawanda, NY 14150

Posted by on Mar 24, 2014 in Blog, Buffalo NY, Buying a Home, Home Buyer, HUNT ERA, HUNT Real Estate, Kenmore, New York State, Selling your Home, Tonawanda, Western New York | 0 comments

HOME FOR SALE: 230 Rochelle Park in Tonawanda, NY 14150

230 Rochelle Park in Tonawanda, NY 14150

Priced at $134,900


3 Bedroom, 1.5 bath

Sq Footage: 1,462
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1.5
Built 1953

 

Nicely updated 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bath large cape, in a great neighborhood. Updated oak kitchen and tile flooring, hardwood floors throughout, formal dining room, new carpeting in bedrooms, new windows, updated electrical, fenced yard, large finished basement with wet bar. Large second floor bedroom w/ 10×10 rec. room, and a half bath, lots of storage. Covered patio off garage. Perfect home and move in condition!

 

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HOME FOR SALE: 269 Mt. Vernon in Snyder, NY 14226

Posted by on Mar 24, 2014 in amherst, Blog, Buying a Home, Home Buyer, HUNT ERA, HUNT Real Estate, Selling your Home, Western New York | 0 comments

HOME FOR SALE: 269 Mt. Vernon in Snyder, NY 14226

269 Mt. Vernon in Snyder, NY 14226

Priced at $184,900

3 Bedroom, 1.5 bath

Sq Footage: 1,386
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1.5
Built 1950

 

Beautifully updated home in demanding Snyder neighborhood. This home is in move in condition. Kitchen features granite countertops, hardwood floors throughout, large FR, Large LR with WBFP, built-in wood shelves w/ drawer for firewood, formal DR and half bath on first floor. 2nd floor offers large MB w/ extra closet space, full bath and 2 more BR’s. Updates: ’12 refinished hardwoods, interior painting, ’10 kitchen, pool resurfaced ’08, windows, furnace, A/C, all electric ’05, driveway ’04, new shed ’03 and siding ’00, updated sunroom, walkout basement. Large fenced in yard with gunite in ground pool, new pool pump. Large patio. All appliances included. Perfect home! Don’t miss out, this one won’t last!

 

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Peel and Stick or Real Tile: Which Would You Prefer?

Posted by on Mar 17, 2014 in Blog, Building, Buying a Home, First Time Home Buyer, HUNT Real Estate, Renovation | 0 comments

Peel and Stick or Real Tile: Which Would You Prefer?

Peel and Stick or Real Tile: Which Would You Prefer?
When it comes time for renovating the floors of your home, there are many styles you can choose from. The floor can set the tempo of your room and is a cornerstone to your specific design. Often times many people are torn between peel and stick tile and real ceramic or stone. Both of these have benefits that can determine which is right for your particular project.

Cost - Peel and stick tile is considerably less expensive to install as opposed to real tile. The vinyl tile itself can be as cheap as $0.39 per square foot depending on the style and brand you prefer. Ceramic, stone or glass tile can cost $2.00 per square foot and up depending on the same factors. This isn’t including the mortar and other additions that each method will utilize during construction.

Ease of Installation - When it comes to the installation between these two surfaces, peel and stick tile is considerably easier. Once the floorboard is fastened to the frame and possibly coated with Kilz, virtually anyone with a razor knife can place the tiles. The same can’t be said while using real materials for tile such as ceramic or glass. The difficulty jumps up considerably as more tools and precise measurements are more common. It is this difficulty that dissuades many from doing it themselves.

Style and Look - When developing the perfect look for your needs, real tile may just have a few more choices than manufacturers of peel and stick vinyl tiles. This is mostly because of the fact that nearly anything can be converted to support a flooring idea from real substances. Stones, marble, glass, ceramic designs and far more are available in a plethora of different shades and colors. However, peel and stick manufacturers have also produced an amazing array of styles to choose from – some of which look amazingly real.

Longevity – When it comes to lasting the longest through regular wear and tear, real tiles seem to have the most to deliver. If you’re using stone, this could be an amazingly long time. However, peel and stick manufacturers have included lifetime warranties on many styles. Above and beyond normal foot traffic, real tiles outlive vinyl as the materials rarely see irreparable damage from moving furniture about or walking a fridge across the floor to put it in the corner. In comparison, vinyl tiles are much easier to damage from various objects of the home.

Repairing - If a floor suffers damage and becomes in need of repair, peel and stick vinyl tile is much easier. Essentially, a razor knife and a new piece of tile can replace the damaged piece without involving chisels or hammers. In less time, you can have that old damaged piece of tile off of the floor and a new one in its place – as long as you have a replacement that matches the others.

Peel and stick tile can be a very cost effective way to provide you with the perfect look you want for a home. However, the strength and durability of real tile can provide a strong argument for reduced problems down the road. Each can be installed while providing an amazing elegance to any area. What it really boils down to is cost and installation time. Do you want a quicker and cheaper installation, or do you want to have long lasting strength and durability?

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Home For Sale: 72 Chestnut Hill Ln. South in Amherst, NY

Posted by on Mar 3, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Home For Sale: 72 Chestnut Hill Ln. South in Amherst, NY

72 Chestnut Hill Ln. South in Amherst, NY

Priced at $209,900

3 Bedroom, 2.5 bath Colonial

Sq Footage: 1,656
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Built 1967

 

Beautiful 3 Bdrm, 2.5 baths, maint. free colonial! Completely updated throughout! Covered front porch. Updates include new vinyl energy efficient windows, hot water tank 2011, bathrooms, electrical; updated kitchen & seller will be installing Quartz Silestone countertops, oven is electrical, but home has gas hook ups. Partially finished basement, fridge in basement stays. Hardwood floors and tile throughout. Big fenced in backyard with deck and garden shed. Forced air w/ air conditioning. Updated paint colors and move in condition. Williamsville schools, great neighborhood! Don’t miss out on this one, it won’t last!

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WNY Real Estate in Amherst NY

Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in amherst, Blog, Buffalo NY, Buying a Home, First Time Home Buyer, Home Buyer, HUNT Real Estate, New York State, ny, Selling your Home, Western New York | 0 comments

WNY Real Estate in Amherst NY

Find the perfect place to live in Amherst, NY. Amherst is among the more affluent towns in Erie County and the largest and most populated suburb, with more than 120,000 residents. The town is in north-central Erie County, bordered on the north by Tonawanda Creek and Niagara County, to the east by Clarence, to the south by Cheektowaga, and to the west by Tonawanda. Amherst is just northeast of the city of Buffalo and the town contains most of the village of Williamsville and several hamlets, including East Amherst. The town has regularly been listed in the upper half of the Top 100 Best Places to Live in America by CNNMoney.com.

Current Homes For Sale in Amherst, NY priced From $100,000-$200,000