HGAR in the news

The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors is an active participant in the community, and is frequently in the news.

Check our our latest coverage here, and don’t miss our press releases, media kit or videos. If you’re a member of the media, and would like more information about HGAR or the local real estate market, please contact Mary Prenon at (914) 681-0833 to arrange a briefing. If you’re looking for statistics about the Hudson Valley real estate market, please look at our quarterly reports.

 


 

Putnam Co. Courier | Home Sales Decline Across Putnam

Prices are up for housing sales across Putnam County, but the number of sales is down and inventory is down, troubling signs for homebuyers.  The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors reported last week that home sales fell across Putnam County by 3.6 percent during the first half of 2017.


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Westchester Business Journal | Supply Shortages Lead to Higher Housing Prices in Hudson Valley

A decline in the supply of housing in the lower Hudson Valley region has led to a long-expected price increase for most residential property types, according to market analysts at the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors.


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Mid-Hudson News | Home Sales Up on West Side of Hudson

Orange County saw the greatest increase in single-family home sales in the four-county Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors' region during the second quarter of the year, with a 10 percent gain.  Rockland County sales grew by 3.8 percent.  


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Times Herald Record | Home Sales, Prices Rise in Orange, Ulster

Second-quarter home sales and prices rose in Orange and Ulster counties compared to a year ago, according to data from the counties’ boards of Realtors.


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Patch.com | Hudson Valley Home Prices Up

The constricting supply of housing in the lower Hudson region served by the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, Inc. has brought about some long-expected price increases, the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors reports. The price bump was seen in the second quarter of 2017 in most areas and in most property types.


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Patch.com | Runway for Hope Fashion Show Raises Almost $17,000 for HG Realtor Foundation

The Hudson Gateway REALTOR® Foundation, together with the Women’s Council of REALTORS,® raised $16,950 at their “Runway for Hope” Fashion Show held on May 31 at Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle.  The event featured fashions by Lord& Taylor in Eastchester and were modeled by HGAR Realtors.


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Journal News: | With Tight Inventory, Home Prices Rise in Lo-Hud Region

Prices of single-family homes rose throughout the Lower Hudson Valley region in the second quarter, with the number of homes available for sale continuing to dwindle, according to the real estate sales report released Monday by the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors (HGAR).


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914 Inc. Magazine | Madame President

White Plains Realtor Dorothy J. Botsoe made history earlier this year when she was elected as the first black president of powerhouse real estate association the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors (HGAR). Founded in 1916, the nearly 10,000-member HGAR advocates for buyers, sellers, and agents throughout the Hudson Valley and Manhattan, and is one of…


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Journal News | Fashion Show to Benefit Hudson Gateway Realtor Foundation

The Hudson Gateway REALTOR® Foundation together with the Women’s Council of REALTORS® will present their “Runway for Hope” Fashion Show on May 31. The event, featuring fashions courtesy of Lord & Taylor in Eastchester and modeled by HGAR Realtors, will benefit the Hudson Gateway REALTOR® Foundation.


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Westchester Business Journal | High Sales Pace Shrinking Inventory in Hudson Valley Housing

High sales volume in the Hudson Valley region’s housing market has contributed to a markedly shrunken inventory, which lost about one-fifth of its listings at the end of this year’s first quarter compared with a year ago.    The Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, in its quarterly report for the four-county region served by Hudson…


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