Our experienced Seaford, Long Island real estate agents are dedicated to serving the needs of our clients, answering questions, gathering information and generally ensuring that you are completely satisfied with your real estate transaction.
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Choose your Seaford, Long Island short sale agent carefully. This type of real estate transaction is too complicated to trust to a novice. Sometimes we get referrals from other Long Island agents because those agents don't want to handle a short sale. They know that we sell a lot of short sales and close them, so they feel comfortable referring their Seaford NY sellers to us. Short sales can be 4 to 5 times the amount of work as a regular transaction. The referring Long Island agents are happy that we have agreed to sell their client's short sale, and have a professional handle their clients Seaford NY Short Sale Real Estate transaction.
Seaford is a very affluent town. At $114,462, the city’s median household income is nearly double that of the state average. Poverty rates in Seaford are among the lowest in the country with just 2.38 percent of the city’s residents below poverty level as compared to the state average of 15.3 percent. The South Shore hamlet of Seaford is graced with two big parks, a nature preserve and proximity to Jones Beach. The 77-acre Seamans Neck Park, a Town of Hempstead park, has three playgrounds, six playing fields and courts for basketball, tennis, volley ball, handball and paddleball. Cedar Creek Park, a 265-acre Nassau County park, has five playing fields and courts for handball and tennis plus picnic areas, a roller rink and hills for sledding. The county's 84-acre Tackapausha Preserve is a five mile nature trail popular with bird watchers.
One thing that makes Seaford an ideal place to raise a family is the fact that education is very highly stressed among the city’s residents. Seaford's locals are generally well educated, and the percentage of inhabitants with bachelor’s degrees are much higher than the national average. Seaford not only offers an environment conducive to learning but also a strong social environment. Seaford is heavily populated with families who have children, and it is therefore easy for your children to develop social ties. Finally, Seaford is one of the safest cities in the country with a crime index of 83, meaning it is safer than 83 percent of the cities in the country.
Some early history…During the 19th century, as villages across Long Island started to grow (due to the creation of the Long Island Rail Road), the town of Jerusalem South seemed to be unaffected. In 1868 the town was renamed to the current name of "Seaford", to honor Captain Seaman's hometown in England. With the creation of Sunrise Highway in 1929, Seaford started to see a large influx of inhabitants.
The amount of time, effort and energy spent into selling or buying a home can be extensive and if you do it by yourself, and not with the assistance of a Realtor who know the area, you may run into the risk of losing money and getting a less-than-favorable deal. Sold Sisters Realtor's, backed by Nappa Realty has years of education and experience and help you not only make a solid and responsible financial decision, but also protect you from the many risks currently existing in the real estate market.