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Live, Play, Work on this beautiful 5 acre property that includes a 3+ car/toy garage and 5 Bedroom updated home. This property is zoned village commercial so the possibilities are endless. Call 484-994-9306 to schedule a tour.
Four (4) custom Fairmont condosin Philadelphia coming this Fall, 2017 to the corner of 16th and Brown Streets. One block from the shopping, dining and public transportation and fun on Fairmount Avenue. Each home will be uniquely designed using new, renewable and eco-friendly products. Don’t wait, call us now so you can choose your finishes. 484-540-5366
Welcome to this spacious and well equipped home on a beautiful tree lined street in West Bradford Township, Downingtown Schools, convenient to shopping, schools and commuting. This 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms has upgrades that cannot be repeated at this price including a gourmet kitchen with an abundance of cabinet space, double ovens, built in refrigerator and a picturesque view of the back yard. The private back yard is perfect for entertaining relaxing and playing. Whether you are grilling with friends and family on the large deck or relaxing and reading a book on the hardscape patio a short path walk from the deck, you will be enjoying a great view. This move in ready home has a newer roof (2016), newer 80 gallon hot water heater, generator hook-up and 5-years-young HVAC system. Don’t wait, make an appointment to see this home today. Call Jennifer Bryan to take a tour, 484-994-9306.
Here in the northeast region of the United States, the traditional home buying season is spring and summer while the off-season is autumn and winter. Spring starts the home selling and home-buying season with the weather warming, longer days and the impetus to be settled in a new house before the next school year begins.
Housing demand is highly seasonal due to weather and the school year so there is more inventory on the market in spring and summer which drives pricing up. The more homes on the market translates to more comparable data for appraisers to use which means a more accurate value of your property compared to the fall/winter off-season when there are fewer homes on the market therefore, less comparable data. The more data the better value for the Seller.
There is more than just anecdotal evidence for listing in the spring. A 2015 study* found that homes listed between May 1 through May 15 sold an average of 18.5 days faster than homes that weren’t listed during that time frame. Homes that sold in the first half of May were also purchased for about 1 percent more than the average listing price.
*2015 Study conducted by Zillow