fresh-meadows real estate guide

Fresh Meadows is a residential neighborhood in northeastern Queens. Being surrounded by large parks, having low crime, and above-average schools, the district is a great place for families. It is easily accessible via the Long Island Expressway, Grand Central Parkway and Clearview Expressway. See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: Relocation Service Queens Real Estate Market Report The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First HomeRead More →

queens-village real estate guide

Queens Village is a middle-class, largely-residential neighborhood in the eastern section of the borough. The majority of the residents here are home owners, and the majority of the homes are single-family, which gives the area a quiet suburban feel. Two LIRR stations serve the district which is also easily accessible via Grand Central and Cross Island parkways. See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: Queens Real Estate Market Report Relocation Service The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First HomeRead More →

Forest Hills real estate guide

Home buyers are attracted to Forest Hills because of it’s quaint charm, tudor-style homes, tree-lined blocks, small-town-like “Main Street” (Austin Street), access to transportation (F/E/M/R trains, LIRRR), proximity to parks, restaurants, boutiques, and highly-rated schools. See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: Relocation Service Queens Real Estate Market Report The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First HomeRead More →

Elmhurst_real estate guide

Elmhurst is a bustling historic neighborhood which has seen a major transformation over the past decade or so. The population is made up of predominantly working-class Asian and Central American communities, though people from all backgrounds are being drawn here because of its centralized location, authentic foods, quiet small-town feel, transportation options (7/E/F/M/R trains), and inexpensive housing. See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: Relocation Service Queens Real Estate Market Report The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First HomeRead More →

Jackson_Heights real estate guide

Jackson Heights is one of the most diverse and vibrant neighborhoods in New York City. Many families and young professionals from Manhattan are flocking here because of its many transportation options (7/E/F/M/R trains), proximity to the city (19 minutes to midtown), abundance of restaurants and shops, family-friendly community, and inexpensive investment opportunities. See what properties are currently available below, or customize a search here.   You may also be interested in: Queens Real Estate Market Report Relocation Service The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your First HomeRead More →