What's the Buzz in YOUR Neighborhood? There's A LOT going on this week! Here's some great happenings in your current—or future—neighborhood. 
 

Energy Efficient?
Going green at home? This year may be your last to claim the tax credit awarded to home owners who have integrated certain energy efficiencies and related improvements to their principal residence. There is a $500 lifetime cap, so even if you've used some of the credit in recent years (the bill was enacted in 2005), you may still be eligible for some savings come April. Qualified expenses include insulation, windows, doors and roofs. What's more, owners can apply costs for certain installations--in some cases up to the total cost of the equipment--for enhancements such as efficient hot water boilers, select air conditioners, biomass stoves and much more.​ Read more here

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Pelham, NY!
Pelham is the closest town to the upper point of NYC making it very popular among commuters who can get to midtown in as little as 30 minutes which, for many, is the same or even less than their daily trip while living in the city ..​

Home of the Week!
Come home to this stunning Grand Victorian with a large detached guest house. The home has countless original details, stained glass windows and skylights, plus a pool and sauna all on private grounds.​Click here for more

Scarsdale, NY
Be One with Nature:The Greenburgh Nature Center holds outdoor yoga three times each week, at 6:30pm on Mondays and 9:00am on Fridays and Saturdays. These fun, refreshing classes are perfect for participants of all levels and run through September 30.Click here for more…

Check Out...
Pelham, NY!
Pelham is the closest town to the upper point of NYC making it very popular among commuters who can get to midtown in as little as 30 minutes which, for many, is the same or even less than their daily trip while living in the city.​ Click here for more…

Check Out...
Pelham, NY!
Pelham is the closest town to the upper point of NYC making it very popular among commuters who can get to midtown in as little as 30 minutes which, for many, is the same or even less than their daily trip while living in the city. Click here for more information.​

Brooklyn Rents Skyrocketing

Rents catching up to Manhattan prices
The average rental price in Brooklyn skyrocketed more than 8% between July 2012 and July 2013, following a 5.2% increase between 2011 and 2012. Average rent for the more desirable neighborhoods--Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill, among others--hit $2,675. Manhattan rents rose 1.7% during the same period, to just over $3,700​ Read more

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