We are pleased to announce that Derrius Kendrick has joined our Coldwell Banker Hearthside team. We are very excited to bring Derrius aboard! He will be joining our Huntingdon Valley office. You can learn more about Derrius below."Originally from Alabama, I moved to Pennsylvania to begin my career in Real Estate by accepting a position as a Marketing & Leasing Assistant with a local Philadelphia Property Management company. After achieving tremendous success and increasing the company’s occupancy rate fro... read more
Montgomery County is really turning into quite the culinary enclave nestled in a smaller city in Pennsylvania and that is due to the diverse influx of residents looking for the high quality of life that Montgomery County has to offer. Some of the ideal unique restaurants in Montgomery County are listed below:
Cantina Feliz is one of the top Mexican restaurants in Montgomery County. The atmosphere of the restaurant is excellent with traditional Mexican decor and high-quality Mexican plates and... read more
We have a lot of growth going on these days! We want to introduce the newest member to our team, Brandon Lewis! Brandon is joining our Doylestown office.Get to know Brandon with a statement from him below:
"My name is Brandon, and I am a life-long resident of Bucks and Montgomery County. I was born and raised in Hatfield where growing up, I played baseball and earned my Eagle Scout. After graduating from North Penn High School, I served the community as an EMT and Volunteer Firefighter. A few years later, I became ... read more
We want to extend a warm welcome to Natalie Reif who is joining our Coldwell Banker Hearthside Doylestown office! Please take a moment to learn about Natalie through her own words!
"Good Day! My name is Natalie Reif, I’d like to earn your business and become your personal REALTOR®. As a REALTOR® my #1 priority is my clients and providing them with outstanding service. My guiding principles are my commitment to excellence and the “Golden Rule”, I treat all my clients as I ... read more
A free program at Northampton Community College aimed at training and retraining manufacturing skills for local residents is seeing a substantial grant from the state government. The program. "Microcredentials in Manufacturing", seeks to help underemployed and unemployed workers to obtain the skills necessary for positions in the booming Lehigh Valley manufacturing sector. Northampton Community College describes the program as an accelerated, non-credit training course for people who have had trouble finding succes... read more