Home Inspection Service Company – East Meadows, NY 11554
Our company has experience from numerous home inspecting jobs in East Meadows on Long Island. Homes, Duplexes, two and three family and apartments – both co-op and condos.
Information for Real Estate Buyers in East Meadow
The average listing price for East Meadow homes for sale on Trulia was $484,327 for the week ending Nov 18, which represents a decline of 1%, or $4,926, compared to the prior week and a decline of 0.2%, or $1,082, compared to the week ending Oct 28. Price per sq ft for homes $327 – up from one year prior $290
Get Inspected by Certified Home Inspectors
Certified, licensed professionals perform all of our property inspections. These professional inspectors have been checking Long Island houses for over 20 years.
Educating you and also resolving your residence issues with regards to the property to make sure that you make an informed choice on your real estate investment or sale.
Best Long Island Home Inspection.com is a Certified company that uses cutting-edge technologies so that clients get what they need: a detailed, organized and precise research of the house. We offer to check out residential and commercial properties and service Long Island New York, Nassau & Suffolk Counties, Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan.
To meet and exceed our clients needs all of our personnel are licensed by the state of New York and fully insured.
East Meadow, NY – Real Estate Housing Stats
School District – http://www.eastmeadow.k12.ny.us/
About the East Meadow School District
The East Meadow School District is made up of nine schools serving the communities of East Meadow and Westbury, New York. Located on Long Island, the district is in the heart of Nassau County and has a long and accomplished history.
The district was formed in 1814. Registration during the nineteenth century ranged from 20 to 110 students. At its peak in 1963, more than 19,000 students were attending school here. From 1973 to 1983, a pattern of declining enrollment occurred in many schools throughout New York as the famous “baby boom” ended.
Today, there are more than 7,400 students attending school here, with the school district expecting increasing enrollments in the foreseeable future.