Smithtown (Smithtown, NY)
By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
  Exploring Long Island NY: Blydenburgh County Park in Smithtown Richly forested hills and valleys at the headwaters of the Nissequogue River, rowing and fishing on lovely Stump Pond, casual strolls through the Blydenburgh Farm and New Mill Historic District featuring a grist mill. These are but a few of the attractions of Blydenburgh County Park. This 627 acre park is open year-round to Suffolk County residents and their guests. Horseback riders may ride or trailer their mounts to Blydenburgh to utilize an extensive bridle path system and practice ring.  Enjoy hiking, picnicking, camping, freshwater fishing, rowboat rentals, bridle paths, playground, dog run, and historic trust area. For a hike schedule, contact the Greenbelt office at (631)-360-0753.  
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By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Hunted Long Island NY Places-Katie's of Smithtown photo courtesy of "Ghost Adventures," a popular Travel Channel show, shot an episode right here on Long Island.  The filming took place in 2013 and since then has put Katie's on the map.  This is one of the oldest buildings in the Smithtown area.   It's said the ghost that hits the bar most frequently is a former local named Charlie Klein, who was a bootlegger and bartender in the 1920s, as well as a former owner of the hotel that burned down. After some research, it was found out that Klein committed suicide in 1933 in fear of going to jail after selling a drink to an IRS man. Perhaps you might want to stop on by for a quick drink and no worries if your an IRS man, it's all good ;)   Besides possibly encountering a ghost or tw...
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When Buying & Selling a home there are so very many things to know with the process.  Don't make the mistake of being uninformed.  Especially if you are planning your transition to another state. We are having a Relocation Seminar on October 4, 2011 7 pm, just follow the Link here for all the details. The following information I read over from a writer on Trulia & thought I should share with all of you. 4 Need-to-Knows for Buying and Selling at the Same TimeIf you need to pull off both buying and selling at the same time, it can seem like you've signed up for extra transaction complications, not to mention extra stress. Fortunately, knowing what to expect and what your options are empowers you to obliterate panic with a strategic approach to be ready for anything. Here are four need-to-...
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By Theresa Puglia
(Exit Realty Achieve)
Mortgage Loan NewsDon't "Fall" Behind on These Deadlines       This year, colder temperatures aren't the only thing fall is going to bring. There are several important deadlines you need to be aware of, especially if you're thinking of buying or refinancing a home. Here's a summary of what you need to know. Expiring September 30, 2011: Super Conforming Mortgage Loan LimitsWhen the economic crisis began a few years ago, the government temporarily increased loan limits in high cost areas across the country because many lenders would have refused to make those loans without the government covering the risk of default. But now these loan limits are due to expire, and this is a big deal because mortgage rates are typically much lower when they are supplied through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac....
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By Jackie Connelly-Fornuff, "Moving at The Speed of YOU!"
(Douglas Elliman Real Estate in Babylon NY)
Smithtown Real Estate Market ReportHomes That Sold In 2008 & 2009 2008 Homes Sold Statistics Average Listing Price: $523,683Average Sold Price:    $507,518% Difference: 3.2%Average Taxes: $10,247Days On The Market: 100 2009 Homes Sold Statistics Average Listing Price: $490,275 Average Sold Price:    $466,325 % Difference: 4.92% Average Taxes: $10,499 Days On The Market: 112 If you would like Monthly Smithtown Market Reports delivered to your email inbox, email me and I will sign you up. You may cancel at anytime.
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