Williston Park is a one square mile incorporated village in New York. It is a small residential community of 7,500 with a small business district. Located in Nassau County, this small community has an average gross rent of just over fourteen hundred per month. This makes it more cost effective to own a home here, than to rent. If you are looking to purchase a house here, Williston Park Real Estate has dropped in sales and price in the first quarter of 2012.
Williston Park has a population of mostly white residents Italian and Irish descent. The homes here range in value, but are mostly in the four hundred to seven fifty range. Income distribution is mid to upper range. Median income is in the nineties, well above the state estimated median. The surrounding communities are also small-incorporated villages. They are almost two miles from the city of North Hempstead and nine and a half miles from the city of Queens.
If you are looking for real estate in the upper-mid-range, Williston Park real Estate is a good place to invest. The fact that values and sales have dropped is a sign of the current economy. That makes the area a good place to buy low, if you can still afford to buy. The mortgage crisis has affected the housing market in many ways. It may be hard to get one of those easy loans with incentives. However, if you still have good enough credit this may be a nice time to be in the market, as opposed to the peak of the housing bubble.