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Bill Arieno
CSP

Call me today! 585.750.6030


About Me

A Leader in Rochester Real Estate

I have proudly been serving Rochester clients for over 32 years, helping over 2,000 people realize their real estate dreams! I’m passionate about meeting the needs and desires of every customer and will work tirelessly to help you find the perfect home.  

I find it extremely rewarding to help clients with the biggest investment most of us will make in our lifetime. I hope to help you with your next purchase or sale and to make you a lifetime client!

I am currently the sales manager for Wilshire Hill Homes, Pittsford’s new home community featuring cottage, ranch and colonial homes beginning in the low $400’s. I also proudly serve clients with buying and selling existing homes through the Howard Hanna Pittsford Village office.

Call me today and let me help you with your home needs 585.750.6030.


Background

Born and raised in Rochester N.Y., I gained my strong work ethic and deep knowledge of construction working with my Father and Grandfather, as a mason working during my summers as a teenager. I am a graduate of Aquinas High School and attended both St. John Fisher College and Monroe Community College. I earned my real estate license in 1984, and later earned my Associate Broker license. I have more than 32 years of experience and I am proud to have helped more than 2000 families with their home purchase.

I started my real estate career with Nothnagle in 1985 until 1997. I was a $7 million dollar producer and ascended to #5 in the company that year. In 1998 I became the Sales and Marketing Director of Faber Homes, leading a cutting edge sales team which earned the distinction of building more homes each year than all the other Monroe County homebuilders .

My passion and drive were instrumental in my success in my 16 years with Faber Homes. In 2014, I returned to Nothnagle, choosing to again work with experienced Brokers and staff that share my commitment to ethics and client service. In July of 2017, Nothnagle announced it’s transition to the Howard Hanna Real Estate Services company, which acquired Nothnagle three years prior. I am very excited to be part of this larger organization.

Clients choose to work with me for my consistent drive and ability to satisfy my clients’ needed in the buying and selling of their homes. I pride myself in providing all my clients the most precise and up-to-date information on the current state of the real estate market, trends in the market, and comparable sales and property values, in order to give my clients a realistic outlook on what they can expect when selling or buying.

My extensive construction background gives me a unique advantage to assist clients in determining which home is best for them. 

Call me today if you have any questions about real estate: 585.750.6030.

My passion for life is clearly epitomized in my commitment to work, family and community. When I’m not working, I most enjoy spending time with my wife and our 3 children; Danielle, Dominic and Paige. I love to cheer my children on in their extracurricular sports and my whole family gets involved in several charity and volunteer efforts annually. Committed to local community, I am a longstanding committee member and participant in fundraising for St Pius X Church in Rochester.


Communities Served

  • Greater Rochester Area
  • All of Monroe County
  • Brighton, Chili, Clarkson, East Rochester, Gates, Greece, Hamlin, Henrietta, Irondequiet, Mendon, Ogden, Parma, Penfield, Perinton, Pittsford, Riga, Rush, Sweden, Victor, Webster, Wheatland

Affiliations


Specialties

New construction, Builders, Residential, Starter and Move Up Buyer, First Time Home Buyers, Condo and Development, New Homes, Single Family Homes, Sales Training, Retention, Recruiting, Management, Office Operation, Subdivision, Design, Homearama

Greater Rochester Association of Realtors 

  • 2015 Technology Committee
  • 2015 TechKNOWPalooza Task Force
  • Former member of the Professional Standards Committee

Awards

  • 2015 and 2016 Platinum Sales Award
  • 2016 Greater Rochester Association Sales Master Gold Award 
  • 2016 Judge for the Capital Region "Best in Building Awards"
  • 2017 Sales Master Platinum Award

Call me today and let me help you with your home needs 585.750.6030.

 


Specialties

Homes of Distinction
Luxury Homes
New Construction
Residential

 

leftWith home improvement season in full swing, homeowners are looking at much-needed upgrades and repairs. For most of us, though, there’s no such thing as a bottomless remodeling budget. That’s why it’s essential to get a handle on what things costs and then set your priorities accordingly. 

To help in that process, we surveyed homeowners about the top items on their current to-do lists. Below is a snapshot of the five most popular projects, including average national costs, based on HomeAdvisor’s True Cost Guide; you can also view local costs in your area, for the most accurate budget planning. 

We’ve also included cost-cutting tips from our pros with each project, for homeowners who want to stretch their remodeling budgets as far as possible. 

1) Paint the Interior

A fresh coat of paint is the fastest, most cost-effective way to transform the look and feel of your home. No wonder it’s tied for the top spot in our survey, with more than a quarter of homeowners planning an interior paint project. 

Average Painting Cost: $1,800

Money-Saving Tip: If it’s a major project covering multiple rooms, painting pros suggest that you buy your paint in 5-gallon containers, not individual gallons. That should lower the cost by 25 percent or more. And be sure to choose a high-quality paint, with the primer mixed in, to avoid having to apply multiple coats. 

2) Install Landscaping

Sprucing up the landscape can quickly expand your home’s entertainment space. The outdoor living trend is particularly popular with Millennials, many of whom have had to settle for starter homes that are a little short on usable square footage. 

Average Landscaping Cost: $3,300

Money-Saving Tip: When it comes to the plants you use in your landscaping; pros recommend planting perennial plants if you’re looking to cut down on costs. Perennials, like bushes, shrubs, vines and trees are hardy and will survive from year to year whereas less hardy annuals will need to be replaced more often, increasing your landscaping bill. 

3) Lay New Flooring

As floor plans continue to open up, flooring itself has become a critical component for unifying a home’s design; hardwood is the most popular, with many homeowners choosing to extend it from the kitchen out into the main living areas.

Average Flooring Cost: $3,000

Money-Saving Tip: If you see opened or damaged boxes of flooring at the home center, ask if you can have them at a discounted price. Our flooring pros also suggest choosing flooring with minor flaws that can be installed where it won’t be seen, like under a bed or living room sofa. 

4) Remodel the Bathroom

The kitchen and bathroom go back and forth as the most commonly remodeled rooms, and with good reason—they’re where we spend the most time. In this latest survey, the bathroom edged out the kitchen, with about a fifth of homeowners planning to tackle the space. 

Average Remodeling Cost: $10,000

Money-Saving Tip: Visit your local stone yard and look for leftover slabs, called remnants, that you can buy for cheap to use on the bathroom vanity. This counter area tends to be small, so you won’t need much material to make it work.

5) Paint or Stain the Home’s Exterior

Curb appeal never gets old. Just as with the interior, a fresh coat of paint or stain is the surest way to transform the outside of your home; for home sellers, this is one of the best ways to add instant value. Nearly a fifth of homeowners told us this project is high on their list for 2018. 

Average Exterior Painting Cost: $2,800

Money-Saving Tip: Exterior paint projects are best left to the pros, especially where ladders are involved. But you may be able to cut costs by doing some of the prep work yourself, including covering landscaping with tarps and scraping/sanding ground-floor siding and windows.

 

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