Besides its spectacular waterfalls, gorges and other geological wonders, Ithaca and Tompkins County offer an artistic and cultural life rivalling that found in much larger cities. The area also boasts two world-class education institutions (Cornell University and Ithaca College). Historic sites abound in the area, as do beaches, picnic spots and--boaters take note--New York State's largest inland Marina!
In nearby Corning, NY, you can walk along historic Market Street lined with shops and galleries. Here you can watch local glass artists at work in their studios or stop for a snack at the Ice Cream Works, voted best breakfast, best lunch, best ice cream, and best dessert in a local newspaper survey.
These are just a few of the many things Beth Ganem loves about living in Ithaca. They're also just a few of the things she enjoys introducing others to as part of her work as a real estate professional. Having lived here for almost two decades, Beth knows the market here better than almost anyone—and for years, she has been using her insider's perspective to the advantage of her many clients.
For Beth, there is nothing more rewarding than helping a family get a great deal on the perfect home to fit their needs. But she also knows that moving—especially relocating to a new city—involves a lot more than just finding a new house to live in. It means establishing a new home in the area and neighborhood that fits your lifestyle.
Make Your Move Easier
When it comes to making a move in Ithaca, it just makes sense to turn to a real estate professional who cares about your needs and will go the extra mile to meet them.
As a real estate professional, Beth Ganem has made it her passion to know everything she can about relocating to, from or within the Ithaca area. Those who have worked with Beth appreciate knowing the purchase of their new home is in the hands of such a capable and trustworthy real estate agent.
To order the following complimentary relocation guide, just check the box to the left of the title and click "Send Me" at the bottom. You will then be prompted to enter your mailing information. Beth will mail you the guide shortly after receiving your request.