Monthly Archives: July 2007

Ulster County Fair Opens Today

The Ulster County Fair has opened its’ gates today bringing summer fun for people of all ages. The traditional summer attraction is taking place in New Paltz and is the 120th edition. It runs from July 31st to August 5th. The price of admission includes rides, entertainment, exhibits and fireworks.

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The Refinance Program All Ulster County Residents Should Know About

The “Keep the Dream” NYS financing program has been created to help minimize homeowner payment shock. Posed with the threat of homeowners not being able to afford their fully indexed mortgage payment, SONYMA announced that they will offer the opportunity for New York State residents to refinance their mortgage into an affordable fixed 30 yr […]

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Target coming to Highland?

The Town of Lloyd (Highland) Supervisor hinted to a media outlet that Target is purchasing the Central Hudson property across from the new Lowes store. It would be a very logical spot for a Target and would be sure to bring in extra business and traffic. Overall, it would be a good measure to make […]

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Poughkeepsie Named 24th Best Market to Grow a Small Business

A study by BizJournals.com ranked the Poughkeepsie metro area the 24th Best Market to Grow a Small Business. Poughkeepsie ranked above Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston & Philadelphia, despite being the smallest metro area considered in the study. Areas with a thriving small business climate also tend to have a healthy real estate market. Small […]

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Ulster County Real Estate Sales Down in June

Home sales volume in Ulster County dipped in June of this year when compared to June of last year. 138 homes were sold in June, a 6% reduction from June ’06. The median Ulster County home price was $263,250, a 2% decrease from June of last year.

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