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North Fork Real Estate Showcase recently sat down with two of the founding members of North Fork Real Estate Inc. and discussed life on the East End of Long Island...
Many financial planners are counseling prospective home purchasers that there is no better time to get a mortgage than now.  Yet, at the same time, there is also considerable ...
By all signs, the housing market is bouncing back in 2013. With tighter spring inventory, rising home prices, increased building, and a decline in foreclosures, ...
Eastern Long Island, known for its beautiful beaches is also home to wine country. With its maritime climate, warm summers, cool breezes, unique soils, and long growing season, it has 3,000 acres of vineyards, 51 wine producing. The North Fork has 47, while the South Fork has four. Here is just a sampling.
NRES sits down with americana design mogul James McAdam to ask some questions about his design philosophy...
Exciting news for North Fork boaters and lovers of the waterside lifestyle! Strong’s Marine, a well-known and respected name in the marine business for four generations, acquired the historic Matt-a-Mar marina location this spring – with plans to offer one of the finest boating destinations on Long Island Sound.
Carol Szynaka is a Licensed Real Estate Sales Person and member of the prestigious Gold Circle of Excellence, as well as a Certified Buyer Representative (CBR). Carol’s sales career started in...
With so many design options to make your home soothing and comfortable, one enduring design practice is the ancient Chinese art of Feng Shui. Pronounced “fung shway,” it literally translates into “wind-water”. Feng Shui has a 3,000-year history, and in its simplest terms, is the practice of aligning energy known as “Chi,” to optimize health, happiness, wealth and success...
Originally built by the architect R. Thomas Short in Art Deco style, it opened in 1933 during the Great Depression and flourished until 1987 when the rise of the multiplex cinemas forced it to close its doors, but not for good. In 1994, the Town of Riverhead purchased it and then in 2005, Dianne and Bob Castaldi, whose firm Castle Restoration and Construction, Inc. specializing in historical renovations, purchased the theater with an eye to both restoring it to its grand glory and reinventing it into a new state-of-the-art performing arts center.
North Fork Real Estate Showcase Magazine takes a look at three of the North Fork's most successful and hardest working brokers...