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Kim Nesci

“Customer Care is my ultimate goal, meeting your needs and exceeding your expectations”

Kimberly Nesci
Pittsford - Monroe Avenue Office, NY
57 Monroe Ave
Pittsford, NY 14534
(585) 381-4400

     

     Whether buying or selling, Customer Care is my ultimate goal, meeting your needs and exceeding your expectations... I have earned the experience of top notch customer service by being a hair stylist for 30+ yrs.  I will go above and beyond to get you what you want and/or need.

     I love the saying that a Realtor is NOT a Salesperson, but a Matchmaker… We, as Realtors, help find the perfect home that matches your desires and needs, I AM the Matchmaker that will find you the Home of your Dreams… I will guide you through the process, take care of any necessities that are required to make it a success and help minimize the pressures from buying/selling a home. 

     I am a wife and a mother of two grown boys with the desire to help you sell and/or buy your home. I have been a hair stylist, an accountant, a receptionist, shopping/receiving clerk and even a factory electronic board assembler. I have had my hand in a lot of pots and my favorite was serving the public! I love helping others meet their needs and achieving what makes them happy.
        
  “Customer Care is my ultimate goal, meeting your needs and exceeding your expectations” 

 

   

Specialties

Dream Home
First Time Buyers
Investment
Land
Move-Up Home
Residential

 

College Debt Drains $92,000 From Homebuyers’ Pockets

By Suzanne De Vita

 

 

College debt is hindering homebuyers, draining more than $92,000 from a potential purchase, according to recently released research from Zillow.

In the average scenario, an aspiring buyer with college debt has $388 in monthly payments, according to Zillow. Assuming the buyer observes the “30 percent” standard—that is, not exceeding 30 percent of their income on housing and their loans—he or she can afford a home priced up to $269,400. Approximately half (52.3 percent) of listings on the market now are in that range.

By comparison, a buyer without college debt can spend up to $361,800, which broadens the pool significantly: 66.4 percent of listings. The difference is a staggering $92,400.

With the bite out of the budget, buyers have less options—a challenge compounded by already low inventory in the starter tier, where many are looking to purchase.

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