Our experienced Wantagh, 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.
Bank Foreclosure Sales offer great opportunities to buy foreclosed homes in Wantagh, NY up to 60% below market value! We have professional experience helping people just like you purchase a foreclosure property in Wantagh, Long Island for over 20 years and WE want to help YOU with your Wantagh, NY foreclosure transaction.
Choose your Wantagh, 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 Wantagh 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 Wantagh NY Short Sale Real Estate transaction.
The Long Island neighborhood of Wantagh, NY is a hamlet wedged between Flat Creek on the West and Cedar Creek on the East. To the south is Oliver’s Channel, which leads to Jones Inlet and out to the Atlantic Ocean. East of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, Wantagh is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the state of New York.
Residents say that good schools, a network of major roadways, a convenient rail link to New York City and the proximity to Jones Beach make Wantagh a choice place to live. In fact, Wantagh is known as "The Gateway to Jones Beach". Yet even more attractive, residents say, is a sense of living in a community which people love.
Of the top 100 places to live in New York, Wantagh makes the list! The rankings take into account several key factors of a location, including the quality of local schools, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics and access to amenities
Wantagh was originally known as "Jerusalem", and George Washington rode through Jerusalem on April 21, 1790, as part of his 5-day tour of Long Island. Housing styles include ranches, high ranches, colonials, Capes, split-levels and some Tudors and bungalows.
While the cost of living in Wantagh is 59% greater than the national average, crime is virtually non-existent; the education system is in the top 10% in the nation; the income per capita is almost double that of the American average; and whereas 45% of New Yorkers are forced to rent, 95% of the people living in Wantagh live in their own homes.
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.