Outside Art produces and creates public art for Plattsburgh and spreads local awareness of public art projects around the world. Fesette Realty has partnered with Outside Art and Northeast Print Solutions to create a map featuring the murals in Plattsburgh. Maps can be obtained at local businesses in downtown Plattsburgh, Fesette Realty, or by contacting Amy Guglielmo or Jodi Brunner. https://www.facebook.com/outsideartplattsburgh Fesette Realty is honored to play a small role in promoting the arts throughout our community.
🎄SANTA’S MAILBOX🎄 🦌176 US OVAL, PLATTSBURGH🦌 This season Fesette Realty has decided to spread some contact-free JOY by helping Santa with Christmas letters📮 WRITE your letter & place it in our certified North Pole Postal box. Please include your return address for a PERSONAL response from Santa. POST a photo & tag @fesetterealty so we know to expect your letter! ENJOY a candy cane🎄 Please let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to helping Santa receive his letters🎅🏼🦌🎄
Congratulations to Outside Art & Brendon Palmer-Angell for completing The Michael Anderson Mural. This is an incredible addition to our community. Fesette Realty is honored to play a role in preserving Michael Anderson’s legacy. Visit 23 Durkee St. to see it up close!
Fesette Realty hosted Coffee with a Cop with the City of Plattsburgh Police Department! Not only did we hope to show support, but also promote the work they do to build trust and strengthen our community💙
Outside Art: Plattsburgh Public Art Project, is thrilled to announce their 12th and final 2020 mural: Reach for the Stars! The Michael Anderson mural by artist Brendon Palmer-Angell! Let’s honor the legacy of this Plattsburgh astronaut at 23 Durkee St! Painting starts this week! “It’s our privilege to play a small role in Plattsburgh’s outdoor public art initiative and more importantly to help honor Michael Anderson. We’re hopeful the community provides financial support to our incredible artists who do an amazing job beautifying the buildings in Plattsburgh.” – Neil Fesette
Half of 2020 is officially behind us and what a turbulent year it has been. It is time to evaluate the market’s performance over the 1st half of the year, report on the current environment and predict what’s in store in the months to come. As we anticipated and due to the pandemic, real estate sales have decreased substantially for the 1st half of the year compared to 2019. Even though real estate was considered essential by NYS, restrictions were placed on the industry on March 20, 2020 that made it nearly impossible to make sales. On June 4, 2020 >>More
Children will decorate their own 3-D wooden home followed by a book reading with Judy Guglielmo! When: Friday, August 21st 2020 Time: 10AM-11:30AM Where: Plattsburgh RV Park This time is uncertain, but the heart in this community remains strong! We hope we can promote positivity and joy by hosting this activity! COVID-19 precautions will be followed! Spots are limited! Anyone interested can sign up or receive more information by calling Fesette Realty at: 518-324-4500
Clinton County 2019 was a solid year for real estate in Clinton County with overall sales volume up 2% over 2018. What’s more, sales volume in 2018 was stronger than normal with 12% growth over the previous year. The final total for residential sales was $101,110,195 with 627 homes sold. The average sales price of a home was up 4% to $161,260. The seller’s market we have experienced throughout all of 2019 is anticipated to continue due to low interest rates and low supply amid the continuous demands for housing in our area. Essex County In Essex County, 331 homes >>More
How’s the real estate market? Real estate sales in Clinton County have remained strong and are up 2.4% year-to-date over 2018. As we forecasted, homes that are priced competitively are selling quicker and for more money than they did a year ago; the average sale price is up over 5% — to almost $161,000 — year-to-date. While a slight cooling off of the market is normal as we head into the holiday season, the demand for homes in our area should continue as inventory remains low.