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.

 


 

Journal News | Condo Sales Strong

  It's a good time to be selling a condominium, but not so good a time to be buying one.  Sales are brisk, and the number of available condos is limited. As a result, inventory is shrinking, and prices have started to creep up.


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Patch.com | Hudson Gateway Realtors Merge with Manhattan Association

The Hudson Gateway Association of REALTORS® is beginning its outreach to real estate professionals throughout Manhattan now that it has merged with the Manhattan Association of REALTORS®. The merger became official on Jan. 1 after it was approved by HGAR, MANAR and the National Association of REALTORS®.


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Times Herald Record | Dorothy Botsoe and Renee Zurlo Nameed to Realtors Association

The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors has named Dorothy Botsoe, broker/owner of Dorothy Jensen Realty, Inc. in White Plains as its 2017 president.  Renee Zurlo, associate broker with BHG Rand Realty in Central Valley, was re-elected as the 2017 president of the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service.


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Westchester Business Journal | Housing Sales Show Strength Despite Inventory Shortage

House sales in the lower Hudson Valley during the fourth quarter continued to show strength following a slower pace seen during the prior quarter, according to market analysts at the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors.


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Real Estate Weekly | Hudson Valley Posts Strongest Sales Since Recession

The Hudson Valley posted its best real estate sales results since the post-recession recovery period that commenced in 2011. According to the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, a subsidiary of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors, Realtors reported 18,145 closings of residential transactions comprising single-family houses, condominiums, cooperatives, and 2-4 family houses.  This was a…


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Times Herald Record | Region's Home Sales are Finally Seeing Big Boost

Single-family home sales are going strong in the mid-Hudson after a decade in the doldrums.  Sales across Orange, Ulster and Sullivan counties jumped dramatically last year, approaching levels last seen before the Great Recession, according to data from the counties' respective boards of Realtors.


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Tap into North Salem | Hudson Valley Finishes Best Sales Period in Five Years

In 2016 the region saw its best real estate sales results since the post-recession recovery period which began in 2011. Realtors participating in the four-county Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, Inc., a subsidiary of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors, Inc., reported 18,145 closings of residential transactions comprising single-family houses, condominiums, cooperatives, and 2-4 family…


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Daily Voice | The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors Elects First Black President

The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors welcomed Dorothy Botsoe, owner of Dorothy Jensen Realty, Inc. in White Plains.  Botsoe is the first black president to be appointed to this position since the Association’s inception in 1916 as the Westchester County Realty Board, according to an announcement.


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Westchester Business Journal | Botsoe First Black President at 101-Year-Old Realtors Group

The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors will be led by the first black president in its 101-year history in Westchester County with the appointment of Dorothy Botsoe, broker-owner of Dorothy Jensen Realty Inc. in White Plains


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Westchester Business Journal | How Will Indian Point's Closing Affect the Housing Market?

When Laura Holdgrafer and her husband, Doug, began searching for their first home in 2014, they set their sights on Westchester County because of its proximity to her work in New York City. But after months of searching, the couple was forced to expand their search farther away from Laura’s family home on Long Island


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