Based off of the U.S. Census, here are some Staten Island statistics that relate to the Staten Island real estate market.

Area with the most multi-family housing:

The 10301 Zip Code has the most multi-family housing, including developments along the St. George and Stapleton waterfront. Only 10 percent of the homes in 10301 are single-family, detached, owner-occupied homes.

The borough's most diverse neighborhoods:

Some of the borough's most diverse neighborhoods are found in the 10304 Zip Code. More than a quarter of the residents in Stapleton, Clifton, Concord and Rosebank speak a language other than English at home, with Spanish, Italian, Chinese and Russian topping the list.

Area with the largest number of single-family homes: 


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Great starter home that is fully detached - one family home located on the North Shore, West Brighton, Staten Island. House sits on an over sized lot with driveway and garage and is conveniently located near shopping, parks and transportation. A must see! 

Contact listing agents Olga O'Connell and Dale Taranto for more information.

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Tom Crimmins Realty 2016 Essay Contest

Winning student writers (Manna Sam, Yehan Hettiarachehige, Nicholas Paronich, Chloe Sonitis) attend awards ceremony for Tom Crimmins Realty's Annual Essay Contest at PepperJack Grill, along side Suzanne and Tom Crimmins, Dan Boxman from United Northern, and the Tom Crimmins Realty Essay committee (Brian Kielty, Sheri and Abe Aruch, Lynn Kutney, Peter Nacionales, James Murphy).

After months of writing, 5th grade classes across Staten Island submitted their essays to Tom Crimmins Realty's Annual 5th Grade Essay Contest. Over 800 hundred essays were submitted and were then read by our committee - which consisted of Tom Crimmins Realty agents and staff.

This year, students were asked:

  • If you were to design and build a futuristic, dream home,…

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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. (May 2016) - Representatives of the Staten Island Board of Realtors (SIBOR) recently joined with nearly 8,900 Realtors® from across the nation to meet in Washington, D.C., to advance issues critical to their businesses, communities and clients.

The initiative took place May 10-14 during the 2016 REALTOR® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo. During their visit to the nation’s capital, SIBOR members attended meetings and visited with regulators and lawmakers on Capitol Hill to discuss the legislative and regulatory environment and its effect on residential and commercial real estate.

“It is imperative we connect with our lawmakers to ensure they understand the issues that face the real estate industry, markets and their constituents…

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309 Harbor RdClassy 3 bedroom, 2 bath Colonial completely renovated home, inside and out on a large corner lot in Mariners Harbor, Staten Island. Move in and don't worry about a thing. Eat-in-kitchen flows nicely into the rest of the main level providing an open concept feel.

The large corner lot provides plenty of space for entertainment and family fun. Also plenty of off street parking with a multi-car driveway & detached garage.

Contacts Realtors to the Heroes: Tony Vega and Adam Bronko for more information.

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In-ground pool featured in 191 College Avenue, Staten Island 10314

The warmer summer months provide homeowners with the ideal conditions for making improvements to their Staten Island property, and many will want to put installing an in-ground swimming pool at the top of their list of improvement ideas. While a swimming pool may seem like a pure luxury to some, there are actually considerable benefits that homeowners can enjoy by making this improvement. With closer consideration, homeowners may decide that this is the perfect improvement to make to their property.

The Perfect Place For Relaxation And Entertainment

Many Staten Island homes provide ample space for basic living, but they often lack an extra space that is well-suited for personal…

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152 Corbin AvenueImmaculate, corner property, one family detached Hi Ranch home for sale is located close to all in Great Kills, Staten Island. Everything renovated, new baths, new kitchen, Anderson windows, raised panel doors, 7 panel bow window, crown molding, new air condition & heat unit.

Exterior beautifully paved with professional landscaping. 

Level 1: Large entry, foyer, walk in closet, garage, laundry/utilities, new 3/4 bathroom, family room with bar and slider to screen house & yard with hot tub.

Level 2: Updated eat-in-kitchen, combo living/dining room, new full bathroom, master bedroom and two additional bedrooms.

Attic: Plenty of storage.

Contact listing agent Joe Morro for more information and set up appointments.

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One of the most common questions homeowners have before listing their Staten Island home for sale relates to the selling price. Understanding the value of the home is not just comparing the square footage of the space with other homes that have recently sold in the area. While there are many factors that will play a part in a selling price, there is a reason why listing descriptions say "location, location, location." The location of your home for sale can bring it home for buyers and here is why:

Neighboring Properties

The properties that are located next to the home for sale are critical to the property value. For example, a home that is located next to Westerleigh Park or another beautifully maintained home may have more appeal than a home…

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98 Parkview Lp Bulls Head Condo

Enclosed insulted porch leads you into this two bedroom condo.

Level 1: living/dining room combo, kitchen, fully tiled 1/2 bath, laundry with year old washer/dryer.

Level 2: master bedroom with walk in closet, 2nd bedroom and fully tiled main bath, large linen closet and pull down attic stairs.

Very Conveniently located in the heart of Bulls Head. Close to grocery, bank, restaurants, NYC transportation, easy access to SI expressway and minuted to the Staten Island Mall.

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Home inspections are a tense time for everyone. Sellers are fervently hoping that nothing major is wrong with their home that could hold up the transaction. Buyers are eager to hear that their new Staten Island house is in prime condition. Whatever the wishes, one thing is for sure; any news from an inspector is usually bad news.

Home inspectors are trained to spot hundreds of potential issues with a home and be knowledgeable of local codes, community restrictions and residential permit parameters. Stay one step ahead of your home inspector by reading the list of common home inspection issues below. Then hopefully your inspection won’t reveal any unwelcome surprises.

Electrical Wiring

This is a common bubble-busting issue, especially in older…

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