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Tarrytown NY Overview

Tarrytown, NY is a suburb of New York City. A fantastic place to live, shop and dine. Learn more.

Educational Facilities
Tarrytown shares it's public school system with it's close neighbor Sleepy Hollow. There are also parochial schools in the area, as well as Hackley, a private school, and The EF International School of English. For more information on public and private schools, colleges and libraries click here
 
Recreational Facilities
Tarrytown offers a very active recreational department servicing every age group. Activities include AYSO SoccerTNT Baseball League, men's softball leagues and more. There are also weekly and monthly markets, festivals and concerts in the parks. The village maintains several parks including Patriot Parkon Broadway near the Warner Library, Pierson Park on the waterfront with tennis courts, basketball courts and picnic areas, and Losee Park with lighted softball and baseball fields, also directly on the Hudson River. Tarrytown also has two well equipped marinas run by the the Tarrytown Boat Club & theWashington Irving Boat Club and a public boat launch. For a full compliment of activities click here.
 
Houses of Worship
Religious congregations in Tarrytown include Christ Episcopal ChurchChurch of the MagdaleneChurch of the Transfiguration and Temple Beth Abraham (Reform). For more information click here.

Tarrytown, NY Facts & Figures

Population of 11,415 people and two constituent neighborhoods, it is the 166th largest community in NYS.

  • Tarrytown's population hold mostly white-collar jobs, 90.23%, well above the national average. 
  • Tarrytown is home to Artists of all genres:  theatre, fashion, and people in all media.
  • Tarrytown's concentration of artists helps shape the Village's haracter.
  • Tarrytown’s crime rate is among the lowest in the U.S.
  • Tarrytown's commute to NYC is 30 minutes. 
  • Tarrytown is a very ethnically-diverse village.
  • Tarrytown also has a high percentage of its population that was born in another country: 21.83%.
  • Tarrytown is one of the more educated communities in America, with a full 55.75% of its adults having a college degree or even advanced degree, compared to a national average across all communities of 21.84%.

The per capita income in Tarrytown in 2010 was $51,529, which is a wealthy relative to New York and the nation. This equates to an annual income of $206,116 for a family of four. However, Tarrytown contains both very wealthy and poor people as well.

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    Homeownership as an American dream is alive and well according to new data from the National Association of Realtors® (NAR) 2018 Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) Survey. The survey was conducted across all 12 months of last year. Sixty-four percent of respondents were homeowners, 27 percent were renters, and 9 percent were non-homeowners living with a family member without paying rent. NAR just released Aspiring Home Buyers Profile , which focuses on survey responses from non-homebuyers, both those who rent and those living with a family member. Of the non-owners, 45 percent were 34 years or under, 59 percent make an income of under $50,000, and 43 percent live in suburban areas. Across the quarters of 2018 non-homeowners were consistent in their desire to own a home in...(read more)

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  • MBS RECAP: Minimal Bond Market Damage Thanks to Stocks' Hard Start

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    The S&P had been idling in place with prices between 2560 and 2600 for more than a week. During that week, we've discussed the risks associated with a break above 2600. Simply put, if stocks managed to break above their nearest notable technical ceiling, perhaps bonds would do the same. In that case, we were looking at yields of 2.75% as the correlated ceiling. Now today, the S&P closed at 2610 and 10yr Treasury yields not even above 2.72%. To be fair, when stocks broke that ceiling this morning, bonds definitely came along for the ride . But everything played out on a smaller scale, as if both sides of the market were suppressed by some larger uncertainty. While there were quite a few brexit-related headlines in the news, we'd be far better served by focusing our attention...(read more)

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  • Mortgage Rates Unchanged Again as Markets Remain Cautious

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    Mortgage rates were unchanged yet again today. Given that rates are based on trading levels in underlying bond markets, it's no surprise to learn that bond investors have been hesitant to take things too far in either direction after pulling up slightly from the long-term lows achieved in early January. The same could be said for the stock market, but replace early January with late December. For either side of the market, the biggest lingering uncertainty is the fate of the government shutdown . The extent to which a shutdown resolution would move markets remains to be seen. But at the very least, there's a risk that a resolution would push stocks and interest rates higher in unison--at least temporarily. From there, it would fall to actual economic data to set the tone. In that regard, bonds...(read more)

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Bonnie Koff  |  Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker  |  William Raveis Legends Realty Group  | Tarrytown Office 
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