"With Olde Orchard, you have friends in the business"
214 Swan Street, Scotia, NY 12302
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Recently price reduced makes it both
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We are all about PEOPLE! YOU are always a name, not an address, not just another property. YOU are why we do what we do. With so many choices to make when buying and selling property, whether it is YOUR first time or tenth time, we wanted to offer YOU the option to do business with people; not a name, not a brand; people who are your friends and neighbors. People who have a vested interest in our communities. People who care about you, your family, and the things that are important to YOU. People who reinvest in their business and spend locally. So whether you, or a friend, or family member are looking to buy or sell real estate, consider Olde Orchard Real Estate and discover the difference that people can make.
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While no one can predict the future - we are happy to be part of the explosive and continued growth of Saratoga County, NY. With new commitments from large companies happening on a regular basis - we remain confident in the local job, economic, and real estate markets. The counties newest large corporate commitment shows the opportunity still in front of us all here in the Tech Valley Region. Read what The Business Review has to say about it:
The decision to build a chip plant comes at a time when business owners have been bracing for an economic downturn, said land-use attorney Matthew Jones of Jones Ferradino law firm in Saratoga Springs.
“This is an incredibly fortuitous event with the stock market going the way it has been,” said Jones, who was hired to handle all of AMD’s local planning and zoning approvals. “The impact will be enormous for Malta and within a 50-mile radius.”
When the new $4.6 billion chip plant is up and running, it will have a payroll of $88 million a year and contribute about $200 million to the local economy, an Advanced Micro Devices Inc. official said today.