Second-home searchers are choosier than those hunting for a primary home, says a Red Hook, New York broker. "There's a lot more unwillingness to compromise.... The buyers want more character" along with a picturesque setting and a short commute, says Michael Mondello of Prudential Serls Prime Properties. His firm sells homes worth as much as $3.4-million -- they had better have more than just floor space.
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