May brought spring into full-swing and had kids looking forward to the summer. Many spent their days revitalizing their gardens and opening the pool for the season. With everyone looking forward to summer vacations and plans let’s look back at the market for the month of May.
WHAT’S HAPPENING NOW
“Inventory shortage continues to be a highlight when discussing the market. The rate of decline is narrowing when compared to the trends we saw in both 2017 and 2018” stated Jamie Manc... read more
The proper way to introduce this week’s LuxSide listing of the week is by presenting two clichéd quotes. The first quote is “home is where the heart is” the second being “live life to the fullest”. One walk through of this colossal estate breathes new life into these quotes perfectly captivating that is a home where you feel alive. Throw open the doors, take a deep breath and welcome to 2 Old Cabin Road!
With 3 acres of lush greenery and 8,100 square feet of living space you wil... read more
We want to give a warm welcome to another new agent this week, Laynie Barazani. Laynie is joining our Coldwell Banker Hearthside family in our Huntingdon Valley office. Get to know Laynie below:
After a successful career in Marketing and Recruitment, Laynie Barazani decided to pursue her career in Real Estate. She has held her license since 2013 and has focused both on rentals and being a successful listing and buying agent for her clients. Laynie is originally from Omaha, Nebraska but moved to the Philadelphi... read more
We are excited to announce a new addition to our Coldwell Banker Hearthside family, Mark Kwartnik. Mark is joining us in our Regional Sales Office in Newtown. Please take a moment to get to know Mark by reading his personal note below:
"As a Philadelphia area native, and real estate professional, I recognize and value, the trust my clients place in me and I strive every day to exceed their expectations. My intimate knowledge of the region, and my experiences having lived here all of my life, give me the ... read more
You don’t need a time machine to step backward in time; there is no need to mourn the loss of delicate, intricate millwork that was a staple of every home in the day. If you long for a period of hand-crafted artisanship, true to the era it was built you can find it at 353 E State Street in Doylestown, PA.
This home is a relic of years gone by, built in 1890 and carefully maintained to present day. Charm and history thrive in this home renovated to the modern day. Secluded in lush privacy, this grandios... read more