Bargabos emphasizes that although he is a builder, he builds around what his clients need. Though some people push for building centralized around the city of Syracuse, Bargabos listens to what people want.
“If you try to force the market in a certain direction, it is a loser for everybody,” he said. “If you do a really good job trying to reflect it and let it evolve, then that can be a really good thing for everybody.
“Smart growth to me is building in a way that attracts more people to our area, our lifestyle, our neighborhoods, our schools.”
So apparently word on the street is that Central New York buyers and sellers are in the perfect positions this winter, with low rates and low amounts of competition.