Following the trend in the rest of Westchester, Lewisboro’s housing market skyrocketed during the pandemic, with an abundance of property listings and buyers. However, since the early phase of the 2020 real estate boom, realtors said they are dealing with a growing imbalance in the market: t…
Elaine Voss knows how strange it must sound when she says that this past year — the year a pandemic sent the world into chaos — was one of the best in her nearly 30-year career. It makes sense, however, when you learn she works in real estate.
The Pound Ridge business district continues to undergo dramatic changes, with new businesses putting down roots and old mainstays, like Plum Plums Cheese, finding homes elsewhere.
“Everything is in a frenzy right now — an unbelievable frenzy.” So said Jill Miller, sales manager of the Katonah office of William Raveis Real Estate. “I’ve sold for 14 years and have never seen a market like this one.”
The coronavirus outbreak has plunged just about every local business into chaos, with either health fears or government regulations keeping customers at bay. But there is one industry that’s been attracting clients like a moth to a flame: real estate.