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Real Estate Agent - Coldwell Banker Hearthside
Martin Millner is a top-producing realtor in the Bucks County, Pennsylvania area helping both buyers and sellers get the most out of their real estate transactions.



Winter Festival 2010 is upon us! This year it starts on January 23rd and goes through January 31, 2010. There are many of your old favorites along with what will be come your new favorites this year.  The Chili cook-off, the Winter Festival Concert (XPN Welcomes Daniela Cotton), and the Parade, b...
Whenever I put a house on the market, one of the first things we schedule, is an open house for realtors, called a brokers open house.  I created a short video, showing what goes on, at a typical brokers open house. Realtors attend brokers open houses, so that they are familiar with what is on th...
Pretty much everyone has a cell phone these days. However, I received a note today, from a client of mine, with information about 5 things a cell phone can do, that some of you may find really helpful. Most of these, I was not aware of. Here goes:   1. Emergency According to the information I rec...
I represented a seller on a house that closed in Lower Makefield Township, recently, that was heated with oil, and had a tank burried in the ground.    I advised the seller, over a year ago, to have the tank removed, prior to listing the house.      If you are not familiar with the possible compl...
I thought it would be helpful, today, to take a more detailed look at the 2010 extension of the 8,000 first time home buyer tax credit, along with the new, $6500 credit that is available to existing home owners, who purchase a house. I have pointed our in previous posts, that the statistics showe...
Just listed an absolutely fabulous house in Lower Makefield Township, Bucks County, Pa.  Address is 225 Arborlea Ave, Yardley, Pa. 19067.  I did a short video, on this charming and unique home.  I have lots of fabulous pictures, which I will post, tomorrow.  Price is 449,900, and it is a 4 bedro...
Now that 2009 has ended, we can beging to examine what happened to the real estate market, in the various communities that I serve, in Bucks County, Pa.  For my first post, examining market trends, entering 2010, I thought it could be helpful, to take a look at a chart that shows per year price a...
I have not done this in a number of posts, but I wanted to take a very detailed look at market statistics, through the end of November, in some of the markets that I serve.  In virtually all of the markets in which I work in Bucks County, the pace of 2009 year to date units has continued to impro...

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