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Adirondack Real Estate Team Continues to Lead

Adirondack Real Estate Team Continues to Lead

The Keir Weimer Team of Select Sotheby’s International Realty

The Adirondacks are a great place to live, vacation and play.  The cohesion of nature and community seen in the Adirondack Park is unique and has an allure that entices many people to want to call the mountains home.  To lay in bed in the early hours of the morning listening to the melancholy call of a loon or to watch the fog lift from a warming lake while drinking a cup of coffee on your porch is a dream that many of us share.  From cabins to Great Camps, anyone looking can find a slice of paradise in the Adirondack Park perfectly tailored to meet their needs and call home.  Whether you’re searching for a secluded cabin to escape to or a piece of history in one of the small Adirondack towns, the options are endless.

Adirondack Real Estate

The hunt for a property can be overwhelming and sometimes complicated, but there are experts specially versed in Adirondack real estate that can help make the process run smoothly.  The Keir Weimer Team of Select Sotheby’s International Realty have certainly proven themselves as Adirondack real estate experts, and the fact that they live and play in the Adirondacks themselves speaks volumes to their credibility and localized knowledge.  Not only do they know the properties they’re listing very well, they also know the communities, the great hikes, and the secret paddling spots surrounding those properties that new homeowners can make their own.  The Keir Weimer Team understands the draw of the Adirondack lifestyle, and their passion for the area helps buyers and sellers alike make the most of their experience living, working and playing in the Adirondack Park.

The Keir Weimer Team

The real estate market in the Adirondacks is different from other markets in New York.  Being largely a tourist destination, the market is affected by both cyclical and seasonal swings that are often driven by vacationers looking to find a spot to escape from their day to day lives.  Development and building within the Blue Line presents some unique challenges, including special zoning regulations and land use restrictions from the Adirondack Park Agency, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and local communities.  However, The Keir Weimer Team members live, work, and own property in the Park.  As local experts, Keir says that his team understands “the balance between conservation and sustainable development to drive economic vitality in the communities within the Adirondack Park.”

Keir explains that his team is composed of a cohesive group of hard workers who “share a common passion and love for our region and our work, and genuinely want to share the experience we have been so fortunate to have growing up here, with others.”  They work independently, but they are constantly in communication, working in roles that complement each other’s specialties.  The carefully planned expertise offered by The Keir Weimer Team incorporates an understanding of the current market and the need for a digital presence.  The team’s website is one that is incredibly user-friendly and informative.  Not only can prospective buyers find current listings, but they can also find local activities and resources that will help them into their new home or camp when the time comes.  From utility information and town boards to school systems and community events, the resources available through The Keir Weimer Team’s website are compiled in a way to facilitate a buyer’s smooth transition into the Adirondacks.

Buyers considering real estate in the Adirondacks are often hoping to find something a little different than their primary residence. Looking to escape the full time and rigorous demands of their lives at home, buyers are drawn to the simplicity and beauty of life in the North Country.  The Keir Weimer Team has the local insight to make a buyer’s dreams come true.  To find your slice of Adirondack paradise with the help of a team whose favorite pastimes are hiking in the High Peaks, camping out under the stars, and enjoying a meal cooked over a campfire, makes the often overwhelming process of buying a home an enjoyable one.  






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