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Ulster County NY Service DirectoryUlster County NY Service Directory - Taft Street Realty Local Area Contacts & Connections

Taft Street Realty's Local Ulster County NY Service Directory is an invaluable resource on our website Taftstreetrealty.com! We encourage everyone to check there whenever looking for contact information about local businesses and services. It's an ongoing project of ours, constantly updated with new & helpful info, and we hope that it also becomes a valuable local resource for you!

Ulster County NY General Contractors & BuildersUlster County NY is full of local professionals who offer a wide range of services. From Ulster County NY mortgage brokers, to general contractors in the Hudson Valley and everything in between! The Taft Street Realty service directory brings all of the businesses together in one

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taft_logoThere is a strong connection between Ulster County NY real estate and the housing market down in New York City. A large (and growing) number of buyers looking for homes for sale in Ulster County are New Yorkers. As noted recently in the New York Times, rents in Manhattan have reached an all time high, leaving many New Yorkers to wonder if now is the time to leave the city for good. Living in Ulster County, you can have the best of both worlds; that is, if you're qualified. Though it remains one of the best times in recent memory to buy real estate, it is also one of the toughest times to secure a mortgage. So people may want to get out of that lease, but just can't get a loan to buy their own place. With less people able to buy, can the rent just keep

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calculatorWhen buying real estate for sale in Ulster County, NY, one of the most crucial phases is securing the financing and getting pre-qualified. If a buyer is going to make a formal offer on a home, it is usually customary for the purchaser to submit a pre-approval letter, which is provided by a lender, and is an assurance to the seller that the buyer can afford the home; thus making it a stronger, more reliable offer. Sometimes buyers aren't aware that securing the financing is actually one of the first steps to take when starting a home search. I makes perfect sense however, that buyers should really know their budget before viewing properties; and it is only fair to the seller (and the buyer's agent for that matter!) that buyers view (and potentially make

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