Taking the Emotion Out of Buying and Selling a Home

Posted by Sue-Ann DiVito on March 15, 2018 in No Category
The biggest challenge to any real estate transaction is emotion.  Any transaction around one's family home-or future home- is bound to be frought with expectation, hesitation and stress.  Removing that emotion from buying or selling a house, if it were possible, would make a real estate transaction more like buying or selling soy bean or oil futures.  The process becomes simpler, swayed less by how one feels about the memories made in the home or the dreams tied to its purchase. Suddenly the process ... read more
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Many homeowners think the time to prepare a home for sale is shortly before or after making the decision to sell. However, the reality of getting a home "show ready" rests with the care and upkeep that has taken place throughout one's time as a homeowner. To maximize a home's resale value, the fundamentals of that home need to have already been addressed.One of the major issues for may Bucks County homeowners, particularly those n Solebury Township, is septic. Homeowners who have maintained their septic system... read more
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New Pennsylvania law helping home sales close more quickly

Posted by Leah D'Angelo on September 07, 2017 in No Category
Home buyers and sellers in Pennsylvania communities that require inspections of existing homes now have more wiggle room to negotiate who fixes what and when before a sale goes to settlement. A new state law called Act 133, which went into effect earlier this year, no longer makes sellers responsible for repairs needed for a buyer to obtain a municipal use and occupancy permit to live in the house. For sellers who already are benefiting from historically low housing inventories that have drive... read more
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Homes Being Planted at Julius Farm

Posted by Leah D'Angelo on July 31, 2017 in No Category
Homes Being Planted at Julius Farm PRDC Properties’ newest development will bring 11 custom homes to a patch of Central Bucks farmland in Chalfont. BY SANDY SMITH  |  JULY 31, 2017 AT 12:57 PM SHARE0 TWEET0 0 0 EMAIL0 1 COMMENT image: (Left to right) PRDC Properties COO Brandon Morrison, Julius Farm homeowner-to-be Steve Cocca, PRD... read more
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On The Market: Historic converted grist mill in Lehigh Valley for $549K Updated: JULY 11, 2017 — 1:26 PM EDTby Shannon Rooney, For  @sionnan |  shannonmrooney@gmail.comNeil Agble and Frank Lombardo live and work in New York City but a weekend trip to Bucks County cast a spell on them. “The area has a magical, rustic beauty that resonated with us,” Lombardo said. After staying with a friend who had renovated an old mill in Bucks County, they deci... read more
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