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Archive for February, 2017

We Need Listings

Posted on: February 27th, 2017 1 Comment

The current North Country real estate market is strong; residential sales in Clinton County were up 12.6% in 2016. We currently have more buyers than listings.  If you’ve ever thought about selling your home, now is a great time.  New listings are in demand and buyers are waiting to move into established neighborhoods. The team at Fesette Realty is ready to sell your home.  We are your local choice – dedicated to serving our clients with excellence, professionalism, and integrity.  And, we get results.  Fesette Realty is consistently ranked one of Clinton County’s top producing real estate brokerages. Ready to >>More


Agents Wanted: Inquire Today

Posted on: February 15th, 2017 No Comments

Fesette Realty recently announced plans to recruit and hire new real estate sales agents in 2017.  Interested in a career in real estate?  Read on for complete details. Fesette Realty is seeking enthusiastic Real Estate Agents to join their growing team of dynamic sales professionals! In this role, you will assist property buyers and sellers with their real estate transactions — studying property listings, interviewing prospective clients, accompanying clients to properties, discussing sales, and negotiating contracts. You must be a positive individual with a can-do attitude and plenty of ambition. If you are in the market for a rewarding and >>More


Craigslist Scam Alert

Posted on: February 9th, 2017 No Comments

SCAM ALERT:  Con artists can be crafty.  Please use caution and don’t fall for their elaborate schemes. Within the past year, we have been notified that several of our for-sale listings have appeared as homes for rent on Craigslist.  Scammers hijack our real estate photos, and create fake ads advertising the property for rent at a really good (ridiculously low) price.  They usually instruct potential renters to visit the property and look through the windows of the home, and if they like what they see, to send money in advance of the lease or keys.  Scammers always promise to provide >>More