Home Ownership Tips
Owning a home is great, but keeping up with roof, gutters and lawn care, buying new appliances, researching the best schools near which to buy, and other tasks can often seem daunting – particularly for new home owners. But they don’t have to be!
In this blog, we offer a variety of homeowner tips, including home maintenance insights, how to buy new appliances – and what kind to buy, DIY recommendations, helpful information about area schools, inside looks at some of our maintenance-free and traditional Belmonte homes and communities, as well as a little bit of history about this great region in which we live and work.
Got a topic you’re interested in reading about? Let us know!
Not only is the Capital District home to two both Santa Claus and Uncle Sam, but one of the nation’s most craveable treats was also invented right here in the 518. Perhaps America’s favorite snack food, “the home of the potato chip” is a proud claim to fame of...read more
Especially for those moving to a new area, finding the school that’s right for your family can be a real challenge. In our continuing series on area school districts, we’re providing a quick overview to help you begin to get a handle on the system that’s right for you...read more
Though a simple appliance in practice, there are a wide array of options when selecting a new stove top. No matter how often you cook or how many you’re cooking for, finding the range that fits your needs really just boils down to a few simple decisions. The first...read more
As Saratoga’s most prestigious address, we are proud to call Meadowbrook the cornerstone of our developments. Perhaps the most exclusive and luxurious neighborhood in all of Saratoga Springs, the prestige associated with a home in Meadowbrook is simply unparallelled....read more
Uncle Sam isn’t the only white-haired cultural icon who calls Troy, NY “home.” Though the image of St. Nicholas had been associated with Christmas for over a millennium, the modern and American conception of Santa Claus was born almost entirely out of Clement Clarke...read more