BP's Tatics in Cape Vincent Ny

Thursday, July 24, 2014

After slow start, home sales recovering in Jefferson County

Following a sharp first-quarter decline, home sales in Jefferson County recovered during the second quarter.
Compared with a year ago, second-quarter home sales in Jefferson County edged up by 2 percent, or four units, from 204 to 208, according to the Jefferson-Lewis Board of Realtors. Those figures are much improved from the first quarter, when sales dropped by 27 percent, or 35 units, from 165 to 130 compared with the previous year. Continue...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Since there will not be any wind turbines in Cape Vincent, how many new home buyers or recent home sales will you see in the Cape. None and will probably see no new residents buying homes either in the Cape. You won the war, but screwed the town and the village with your lies.

Anonymous said...

9:15 you make a remarkably ridiculous prediction that no new home sales will take place because there will be no wind turbines. The reality is exactly the opposite.

It is conceivable that their will be little real estate transactions along the river in view of the Wolfe Island wind project for as long as it remains there. Homes sales or new home construction in the remainder of the town will hinge on normal market factors, free from the devastating impact of looming industrial wind turbines. If anyone has "screwed" the town, it would be those who invited the two wind developers here originally, and those like yourself who endorsed the unprincipled actions of a corrupt government. Cape Vincent will likely suffer the effects of this unwise and unfortunate venture for some time, but at least it is free( for the time being) of the threat wind turbines pose.

Anonymous said...

Along the river that's where all the high renters live that own homes. What I'm saying is there are no new homes being build and there's lots of homes for sale that nobody is buying. The wind turbines in Canada aren't hurting me. They brother you , but they're there for the duration, a long time. I heard they plan on building more, lots of space over there. I can't wait until they start fracking in the Cape, the town will have their hands full with that nonsense. You know it's nice to live in a village where there's no hatred like Dexter. Never lived in the Cape, absolutely hate the place, the politics and the people running it. You live there and everyone thinks the same, if you bad mouth anybody you were for turbines. I feel sorry for you and your life style in the Cape. Now you write your negative rebuttal, I don't care. Good bye.

Anonymous said...

6:19 If you don't want to elicit negative rebuttals, don't make such preposterous statements.

You claimed that no new homes would be built because there would be no turbines, and then refuted your own claim by stating the obvious-no sales along the river,where, as I pointed out, the impact of the Wolfe Island project is dramatic.
hard to follow your logic.

I could care less what you think of the Cape. Your insight into the issue is obviously extremely limited.

Incidentally, I'm sure Pandora is proud of the role she played in dealing with the entire wind issue ,as she should be.

Anonymous said...

Aren't those turbines just beautiful on Wolfe Island.

Anonymous said...

I don't think they will ever recover.

Anonymous said...

I don't think it'll ever recover.

Anonymous said...

You are absolutely right 11:28 AM what recovery. Things are slow in the Cape, in another three years the taxes will be higher and the lay offs will come. If they don't get any more new business's to take the place of the ones leaving , the Cape will become a ghost town. Recovery ya right.