What are your plans for the last days of September? Come visit us at one of our Open Houses happening in Bucks County, Montgomery County and Lehigh Valley this Saturday and Sunday! We hope to see you there. Click here for more information regarding each home. Want directions to a house right on your phone or desktop? Use our INTERACTIVE OPEN HOUSE MAP! ... read more
Another great Headline Folks! For Year to Date (YTD) August 2018, Average Sold Prices for Single Family (non-Condo) homes in Bucks County was up 6.4% (to $382,000) from the prior year, a very solid number! For the eight months ending August 2018 YTD, that equates to 4,859 homes sold, again a very solid indicator of market conditions. As an indication of how positive this trend actually is: the price level is the highest since 2007, just before the recession.
What does this mean? The lower number o... read more
Summer is officially over and people are flocking from the beach and heading home for the season. But just because the weather is getting cooler doesn't mean there isn't fun lurking in New Jersey. From music to food, and everything in between, there's something for everyone during the fall season! Here's a list of some of the best fall events happening in New Jersey: September 29th: Gloucester County 4-H Fall Festival - Mullica Hill, NJ The Gloucester County 4-H Fall Festival literally has something for everyone to... read more
Hardwood floors are highly desirable for most homeowners, but they come with their share of challenges when it comes to cleaning, maintenance, and repairs. After a few months or years of heavy use from kids playing with toys and chairs being shuffled around, it may be time for some DIY fixes.
Hiding scratches: If you’ve got a good eye for matching colors, you can actually use crayons or markers or purchase wax sticks from the hardware store to fill in scratches. Try to match the stain color on yourfloors, but... read more
The defining trend of the real estate market over the past few months has been low inventory, which means there have been fewer homes on the market for sale. And while this trend is still relevant, the story for August’s market is that homes are selling much quicker. The Buyer demand is high and they continue to respond to Sellers’ higher asking prices. Let’s take a look at the breakdown of the numbers, starting with inventory:
Homes For Sale
Bucks County: -15.4%
Montgomery County: -12.6%
Lehigh ... read more