Tag Archives: amy petrone

What Makes A Great Realtor?

Recently I was about to head out-of-town when I received a call from a Realtor friend of mine (Kristin Vanden Brul) who I had just worked with on a transaction. “Amy!” she said, “My clients just did the walk-through on … Continue reading

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Living Near the University of Rochester

One of our city’s most notable gems is the University of Rochester (U of R).  The school is one of the nation’s top private universities.  According to its Wikipedia page, “The University of Rochester, across all of its schools and … Continue reading

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Finishing What You Started

Have you ever started a project in your home but didn’t really complete it?  You get 90% finished with a renovation or an update when something steals you away.  You have every intention of tackling that last detail but life happens.  Days … Continue reading

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Getting To Know Your Realtor

  NAME: Amy Petrone HOW MANY PEOPLE/PETS ARE IN YOUR FAMILY: 6 including the dog! husband, Guy; sons, Jake, Ryan & Nolan; 4-year-old Golden Retriever named “Otto” after the SU Mascot of course! WHERE DID YOU GO TO SCHOOL: St … Continue reading

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Something For Everyone

When people ask me what I like about being a real estate agent in Rochester, New York, I often respond with, “variety!”  Our region truly offers something for everyone.  Whatever your taste –whether you’re looking for an urban chic bungalow, … Continue reading

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Trend Alert. Townhomes Are Hot!

I always like to pass along my observations to my clients and feel that my blog is a great forum for personal tidbits.  Over the last couple of years I’ve noticed more people being drawn to townhome living.  I’ve thought … Continue reading

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These Towns Were Made For Walkin’

In case you missed it, the Democrat and Chronicle did a special real estate feature  over the weekend.  I was quoted in an article about walkable neighborhoods (you can read the article here).  In this case, they asked me about the … Continue reading

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