The long-suffering Long Island housing market seems to be improving. Across the Island, sales activity is up, prices are rising and the inventory of homes on the market is shrinking.
But it's a complicated time, with interest rates ticking up and lending still relatively tight. And of course, the Island's steep property taxes aren't going anywhere.
How will the changing market affect your plans? Please vote and leave a comment; results and a selection of comments will appear in next Sunday's business section.