martin millner realtor: Creating a Study Space That Will Help Your Children Stay Focused - 09/19/19 05:29 AM
If you're a parent of school-aged children, you've likely been concerned with their study habits at some point. Sitting down in front of the television or at the dinner table to crack open the books is going to be less efficient than doing so in a quieter, more productive study space. Let's explore how to create a study space that will help keep your children focused and on task.
Ask the Kids What They Need To Be Productive
Before you get to work on creating a new studying space, it's a good idea to have a chat with those who will be using … (1 comments)

martin millner realtor: Events, Exhibits, and Festivals To Enjoy This Weekend in Bucks County: July 19 – 21, 2019 - 07/19/19 11:15 AM

So many things for you to do this weekend in Bucks County. You can Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing, catch a film at the New Hope Film Festival, and take a scenic hike around the Bucks County Audubon Society to explore nature and Bucks County butterflies!
Here is a list of events this weekend in Bucks County. 
A Taste of Italy – Cena Con Cescon
Make your reservation to get a delicious taste of Italian food! “A Taste of Italy,” a monthly event, always impresses with their classical Italian food and wine specialties. Enjoy a delicious meal as you … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Celebrating Father’s Day In Bucks County - 06/14/19 03:20 PM

Bucks County has all you need for a fun-filled weekend with Dad. Whether it’s taking a food tour, catching a horse race, or seeing a show, there is plenty to do to celebrate Father’s Day in Bucks County. 
Here is a list of events this weekend in Bucks County:
Friday, June 14
The Pirates of Penzance
Join the Bucks County Gilbert and Sullivan Society for their live performance of the timeless musical classic, Pirates of Penzance, this weekend! With charming songs, comedic characters and a gripping story, this is a show sure to please the whole family! Reservations are required.  
When: June 14, 8 p.m.
Where: Delaware Valley … (1 comments)

martin millner realtor: Bucks County Weekend Events: May 31, June 1 & 2 - 05/31/19 03:19 PM

This weekend in Bucks County you can sink your teeth into some strawberries, catch a play or discover some art! Not your style? Wind down with some outdoor music concerts, or sip on a brew while you practice your downward dog.
Here is list of events this weekend in Bucks County:
Friday May 31
Mercer Museum Opening Exhibits
Visit the Mercer Museum as they debut two brand new exhibits this Friday! See how Bucks County’s influence reaches all the way to outer space in Making Astronauts: Bucks County to the Moon. After, look into the science of travel in their second new exhibit, From Here to There.
When: May … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Should You Buy A Flipped (Remodeled) Home? - 05/22/19 11:48 AM

If you watch any of home flipping TV shows that are on HGTV, you might believe that buying a remodeled home is a great idea. These shows always have happy endings. The process looks fun and easy, and the houses turn out beautiful. However, it is rarely this easy when buying a real-life remodeled home.
There are plenty of flipped houses that turn out to have significant problems. Contractors who do remodels sometimes rush through the job. This can lead to subpar work. While the house might look beautiful initially, problems could start to show up months later.  
If you are considering … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: How A Real Estate Agent Can Help You In A Hot Housing Market - 05/15/19 05:50 AM

For many Bucks County homeowners who are selling in today’s real estate market, pinching every penny can be important. This can mean that it's a consideration to opt out of a real estate agent and go with the DIY approach. However, there are many things an agent can do for you in a hot market that may be worth the money. If you're wondering how a real estate agent can help you, here are some things to consider.
Understanding the Neighborhood
It's possible that you know your neighborhood quite well and are aware of the selling prices of many homes in the area. … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: How To Counter-Offer Without Losing A Potential Home Buyer - 05/01/19 07:52 AM
If you've recently put your home up for sale in Bucks County, one of the most exciting parts of the selling process is getting an offer. However, all is not said and done once you've received an offer, as you'll probably want to negotiate a better price. If you're wondering how you can counter without losing a potential buyer, here are some tips when the time comes to negotiate.
Lower Your Price
As a seller, it's important to believe in the price you've put your home on the market for, but lowering your asking price after getting an offer will tell the potential … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Reducing Your Home's Carbon Footprint - 04/10/19 07:49 AM

If you are a homeowner in Bucks County looking to reduce your carbon footprint, there are a number of steps you can take to make your home earth-friendly. From passive solar heating to solar panels, you can make a difference in the impact your home has on the environment. Even when you aren't building a new home, changes can be made to an existing property to increase efficiency and reduce reliance on utility systems.
Invest in Solar Power
Solar panels are one of the most popular ways to reduce your carbon footprint, and with good reason. Solar panels often produce enough electricity so … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: 3 DIY Projects That Will Keep You Busy Until Warmer Weather - 01/16/19 12:57 PM

Do you find yourself staring out the window, longing for an early sunrise, hot days and late evenings? With spring just around the corner, it might feel like summer is a lifetime away. However, the good news is that you can be productive around the home while you wait for summer to arrive. Let's take a quick look at three easy do-it-yourself projects that will keep you busy until the summer sun is shining.
Add A Splash of Spring Color
As long as you are willing to do the prep work, painting is one of the most straightforward home improvement projects you can … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Discussing Repairs with a Seller after a Home Inspection - 12/19/18 07:46 AM

When it comes to selling a home in Bucks County, it is a common belief that once the offer is accepted, there is nothing else to be negotiated. However, issues and obstacles that can arise during the home inspection can be a cause for discussion with the seller. Whether you're currently searching for houses or your offer has already been accepted and you're preparing for the next step, here are some tips if the home inspection isn't up to par.
Be Cautious About What You Say
Without a doubt, anything that you discuss with the real estate agent regarding the property you're … (1 comments)

martin millner realtor: Bucks County Holiday Tree Lightings - 11/30/18 03:16 PM

The holiday lights have been illuminated in Bucks County! Put on your mittens and grab some hot chocolate before heading to see these wonderful displays. From old-fashioned Christmas celebrations to holidays on the farm, there are plenty of ways to get into the holly jolly spirit this season in Bucks County. 
Date: Now thru Jan 06, 2019
Recurrence: Recurring daily
Event Location: Shady Brook Farm
Address: 931 Stony Hill Rd, Yardley, PA 19067
Admission: $30/carload, $50/mini-bus, limo or RV, $125/bus
Times: Sun - Thu 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM, Fri & Sat 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Experience the magic of more than 3 … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Autumn-inspired Décor Ideas that Brighten Your Home - 10/17/18 02:47 PM

The kids are heading back to school, the leaves are starting to turn and the weather is getting cooler. Yes, autumn has arrived, but the end of summer does not mean that your home décor has to suffer. Let's take a look at a few ways that you can brighten up your home and give it that warm, autumn feeling.
Start with Oranges, Yellows and Light Browns
A quick walk through your local neighborhood will offer a good sense of the color palette that you should be using in your décor makeover. In much of the country, trees will be turning a variety … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Haunted Places to Visit This Weekend In Bucks County - 10/13/18 10:11 AM

In Bucks County, it’s of no surprise that there is an abundance of chilling ghost stories born from various attractions. In fact, Halloween gets closer, centuries-old tales of ghosts and otherworldly happenings come more alive than ever. From the early settlers, to the Revolutionary War and since, there have been a number of published accounts of sightings and chilling experiences. Here are some of the haunted places that you can find around Bucks County
The Black Bass Inn in Lumberville was built in the mid-1700’s and is what some may consider the “crown Jewel” of haunted locations in Bucks County. It has … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Viewing Bucks County’s Vibrant Fall Colors - 10/05/18 08:03 AM

Every Fall the hills and valleys in Bucks County are transformed into a kaleidoscope of colors in the cool of the Autumn days. As one of the most picturesque seasons in Bucks County the colorful foliage of vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows come to life throughout our countryside.
Here are some of the best ways to view the Maples and Oaks in all their colorful splendor this Fall in Bucks County.
Embark on a charming and historic adventure of the Bucks County Covered Bridge Driving Tour. Peppered throughout our country back roads, view the twelve beautiful covered bridges and marvel at their incredible authenticity … (2 comments)

martin millner realtor: BUCKS COUNTY FALL FESTIVALS & FRIGHTENING FUN - 09/28/18 08:08 AM

Bucks County has everything you need to embrace the autumn season during of one of the most picturesque times of year in the countryside. From fabulous fall festivals to freaky and frightening fun, there is something happening to enjoy during the weekend to enjoy the fall season in Bucks County.
When: Now thru October 28
Where: Peddler’s Village
Check out a pumpkin pie-eating contest, live entertainment and lots of food. Make and take home your own scarecrow in the workshop throughout the weekend and see the larger than life Scarecrow Competition for two months.

When: Now … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Tips to Increase Your Homes Curb Appeal this Autumn - 09/26/18 12:50 PM

Football season has kicked off, temperatures are cooling and pumpkin spice everything is for sale in the stores. Yes, fall is here. While most people associate the spring and summer months as the ideal times of year to buy or sell, fall is still a great time to put your home on the market.
Families tend to want to get into their new homes prior to the holiday season, so buyers are typically still very active during the fall months. That said, there are plenty of ways that you can ready your home for a fast fall sale. Here's a look at … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Fall Festival and Events in Bucks County - 09/14/18 02:20 PM

Bucks County has everything you need to enjoy the changing colors of the all season. This is one of the most picturesque times of year in the countryside. Besides the beauty of the changing leaves there are fabulous fall festivals, events, and frightening Halloween fun.
Here are some of the festivals and events taking place throughout Bucks County this fall!
Shady Brook Farm Fall Fest 2018

Where: Shady Brook Farm, 931 Stony Hill Rd. Yardley, PA 19067

Apple Fest - is on September 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, and 30 from 11am to 5pm. Wagon rides to pick pumpkins and apples, both … (1 comments)

martin millner realtor: Understanding Millennial Home Buyers - 09/05/18 02:55 PM

In the past, you’ve likely read about how the Millennial generation is opting to rent rather than buy property in Bucks County. While this still holds true for many Millennials, the fact is that a growing number of this generation is making the leap into buying.
In fact, according to Inc., Millennials today represent the largest demographic of new home buyers, responsible for about 35 percent of all real estate purchases. (For comparison’s sake, Gen X’ers are responsible for about 25 percent of the buyer’s market.)
What’s more is the Millennial home buyers have been trending upwards for about four years now, and … (2 comments)

martin millner realtor: Celebrating Labor Day Weekend 2018 in Bucks County - 08/31/18 01:08 PM

Enjoy the last official weekend of the summer in Bucks County. This Labor Day weekend make the most of your 3- day weekend with festivals, fireworks, shows, and museums. Here is a look at some of the happenings around Bucks County this Labor Day.
Racing, a need for Speed - This is your last chance to check out the racing exhibit at the Mercer Museum. The exhibit ends on September 9. n this original exhibition, explore the colorful history of racing in Bucks County, PA and the Delaware Valley across four sports-motor racing, horse racing, foot racing and cycling.
Summer Wine Concert – … (0 comments)

martin millner realtor: Visit Bucks County’s Historic Stone House’s - 08/27/18 08:18 AM

Bucks County, PA is a place full of history, settled by William Penn and housing Washington’s soldiers during the Revolutionary War. Stone houses, often predating the United States itself, tell the story of the settlers who lived here in the 1700s and 1800s. Many of the historic stone houses have been converted to museums, bed & breakfasts, and event spaces that you can visit and look inside.
Pearl S. Buck House
520 Dublin Road
Perkasie, PA 18944
Visit the 68-acre estate that was once home to Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Pearl S. Buck. Take a guided tour through the farmhouse dating to 1825, explore the … (0 comments)

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