Once a booming manufacturing and trade center home to more millionaires than anywhere else in the country, Buffalo today is the City of Good Neighbors with a diverse population, amazing food, exciting cultural events, and a fun nightlife. It’s one of the most affordable places to live in the U.S. and, despite its tough winters,
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Positioned just 15 minutes from Buffalo and Lake Erie, you’ll find the tranquil town of Cheektowaga, NY. Originally part of the Iroquois Nation’s lands, the town’s name means “Land of the Crabapples” in the Iroquois language. Cheektowaga is the second-largest Buffalo suburb and is known for its convenient location, natural beauty, and tight-knit, welcoming community.
Made up of two small villages known as Kenmore and Brighton, the town of Tonawanda rests on the northern side of Buffalo’s metro area. Before it was established as a town in 1836, the area was under the control of the French for many years until they lost control of it during the French and
Among the largest towns in the northeastern part of the country, the town of Amherst, NY is a comfortable community and offers some of the best places to live in the state. Named after Lord Jeffery Amherst who served as commander-in-chief of the British Army during the 1700s, the area has a meaningful history to
Clarence is a small suburb of Buffalo in Upstate New York. At the time of it founding in 1808, Clarence was the first town in Erie County, predating the larger city’s creation by 2 years. Throughout the 20th century, Clarence was a mining town, focused on gypsum and potash, as well as brickmaking. Today, the
While it’s one thing to put a home on the market for sale, it’s quite another hurdle to get the home to be presentable while on the market. We hear from Realtors how it’s no easy feat to depersonalize and declutter homes to make them marketable. There are a lot of emotions and feelings packed in the