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Home sales slump not likely to last

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Home sales fell in the Capital Region last month but more buyers and sellers entered into contracts of sale, an indicator of future closings. While home sales fell 1 percent in September compared with last year, pending sales increased 24 percent in the region, according to statistics released Friday by the Greater Capital Association of Realtors, which covers 11 counties that include the Capital Region. “By itself, this one figure shows that buyers are returning ...

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October 20, 2012
10:38 a.m.

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Who in their right mind would buy a house in Schenectady right now?.....with all these new taxes and fees being proposed by the Mayor, and the lack of support from the county with the deal the mayor and the four council people made with their Boss Gardner and His Machine. First you need jobs to actually buy a house...and an administration that will make the hard decisions and stop kicking this giant can of debt down the pot holed road...