Real Estate in WNY

From the next hotspot to smart transactions to commercial development, we’ve got experts weighing in.



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With Buffalo on the rise, we hear a lot about new infrastructure, amenities, businesses moving into the area, waterfront development, and, of course, the rising costs of homes, i.e., real estate. But beyond hearsay and speculation—“I heard this house was bought for X in 2000 and sold for Y last week,” and “I wonder how much my house is worth”—there doesn’t seem to be much generally available nitty-gritty info about this most variable aspect of the city’s boom. That’s where this issue comes in: from the next hotspot to smart transactions to commercial development, we’ve got experts weighing in on all of it. We hope you come away with more answers and fewer questions, whether you want to buy, sell, or stay put.

 

Here's a sample of what you'll see in this month's Spree:

 

 

 

 

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