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The Hudson Gateway School of Real Estate, owned and operated by the Hudson Gateway Association of REALTORS® (HGAR) is the first real estate school to offer a Spanish language Continuing Education course that has been approved by the New York Department of State.
Las Vegas comes to the Hudson Valley when the Hudson Gateway REALTOR® Foundation hosts its “Viva Las Vegas” Gala on Tuesday, May 8 from 6 to 10 p.m. at Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle, NY. The Gala will benefit Hudson Valley charities and non-profit organizations.
The number of home sales in the first quarter dropped in Westchester and Rockland for the first time in four years, amid the continuing erosion of entry-to-mid-level-home inventory, according to housing market reports issued by two real estate organizations. The lack of inventory has been an issue, but the implications of the new tax laws might have been…
The Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, Inc. will merge a Sullivan County multiple listing service into its database, a move that will add more than 1,400 listings in the county from 200 agents. The asset acquisition was announced April 13 by the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors, Inc., which owns and operates the listing service.
Looks as if the spring of 2018 may be a tough market for homebuyers in Orange, Putnam, Rockland and Westchester counties. In the first quarter, prices continued to strengthen in all four counties in the region while days on market were down, according to the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors.
The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors and its counterpart on Long Island have recently made an ambitious agreement, aiming to form a new regional Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that includes the Lower Hudson Valley, Long Island and most of New York City.
Seeking to conquer a massive metropolitan market that has eluded others for decades, Realtors on Long Island and in Westchester County announced on Friday plans to launch a comprehensive, regional multiple listing service for New York City and its surrounding area in six months to a year’s time.