Oneonta is the largest city in Otsego County and home to both SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College. Located directly in between Binghamton and Albany, along the I-88 Corridor, it is New York state's most central city.

With an incredibly resilient real estate market that encompasses city homes, country estates, stable infrastructure, and flourishing tourism industry, Oneonta has become a very attractive place for people to live and/or invest.

Rich in history, art, and a sense of community, the "City Of The Hills" has the ability to make anyone feel like they are home.



Located at the southern tip of Otsego Lake, Cooperstown functions as the county seat and is the area's focal point of the Otsego Lake Region. With abundant art, museums, shopping, and restaurants, Cooperstown is the place to be, especially during the summer months when the town flourishes with people coming in from all over the country to attend the baseball camps and visit the baseball hall of fame. 

Whether you are looking for a high-end lakefront property or something with a historic village setting, Cooperstown is sure to not disappoint. 

Delaware County


Representing the Western Catskills, Delaware County has so much to offer, it's hard to know where to begin. 

Widely known as the regions authority in outdoor activities such as skiing, hunting, and fishing, Delaware County has rapidly become one of the most desired areas for vacation homes and people relocating from NYC. With some of the most iconic county estates, quaint upstate villages, and a plethora of rich history, it is hard to find a town in Delaware County that doesn't make you want to never leave.