I frequently talk about proportion and prime spaces. These seem to be the most important issues when remodeling to assure the finished project works with the existing house and the “feel” is... Read More
WASHINGTON — With the health care bill back-burnered on Capitol Hill, the focus has shifted to tax reform. Among the key financial matters in play: Homeowners’ prized mortgage interest and... Read More
Built and styled in Italian Renaissance Revival architecture from another era, 925 Delaware Ave. is similar to high-rise apartments or condominiums found in New York City or Toronto.
The Campanile... Read More
WASHINGTON — When is your “credit score” irrelevant in buying a house or refinancing a mortgage? A new federal legal settlement with a major credit bureau has the answer: The only score that... Read More
Set on a corner lot in Riley Meadows, a 23-lot community off Murphy Road in Orchard Park, “The Kendall” features 1,855 square feet of living space with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The... Read More
Houses evolve as families grow or new homeowners take over and customize the home for themselves.
Often people feel that they need more space, and the simplest solution is to add a big room on the... Read More
WASHINGTON — Are you getting fleeced on appraisal charges when you buy a house or refinance? Could you be paying as much as double what the appraiser is receiving for actually doing the work, with... Read More
Located at 7314 Paddock Ridge in the Bear Ridge Estates in Pendleton, the two-story “Hemmingway” features four bedroom and 2.5 bathrooms.
With more than 2,850 square feet of living space, this... Read More
Marrano is getting a head start on spring with the grand opening of a new two-story model in Princeton South in West Seneca.
“We have built our most popular plan with all the latest, high-demand... Read More