martin millner reator: Weekend Events & Festivals in Bucks County: Sept. 13 – 15, 2019 - 09/13/19 04:35 PM
This weekend in Bucks County go and tube down the Delaware during the Grand Prix and Regatta, paint pumpkins at the Peddler’s Village Scarecrow Festival, or solve a murder mystery at a Game of Thrones themed dinner!
Here is a list of events and festival to enjoy this weekend in Bucks County:
Back To Back To Black: Amy Winehouse Tribute Ft. Remember Jones
Treat your ears to soul music as a 12-piece orchestra performs 17 songs including some hit singles from Grammy Award winner Amy Winehouse. The set will open with Remember Jones originals. Don’t miss musicians from some of the biggest … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: Celebrating Labor Day Weekend in Bucks County - 08/30/19 09:55 AM
It’s the last official weekend of summer in Bucks County! Go and show your country music spirit with Trace Adkins, listen to Bon Jovi music while sipping on craft beers, and get a taste of Poland before grabbing dinner from 18 food trucks. From fairs to art shows, food trucks to BBQ joints, find the perfect place to celebrate the last days of summer! 
Here is a list of events to spend Labor Day Weekend in Bucks County:
Back to School Bash
Back to school season is almost here. Celebrate the final days of summer with Elmo and friends! Eat lunch with … (1 comments)

martin millner reator: Inexpensive DIY Projects That Instantly Boost Curb Appeal - 08/14/19 09:25 AM

We're told not to judge a book by its cover, but there's no such rule in the housing market. Curb appeal is the external attractiveness of a home, and if you're in the market for a house that first impression has a lot to do with your final decision. Alternatively, if you're looking to sell, it's an easy area to boost the attractiveness of your home.
Essentially, ensure your home is accessible and inviting to make it appeal to potential buyers. It's like making new friends, and how you're much more likely to approach someone who is smiling. Help your home smile … (1 comments)

martin millner reator: The Best Things To Do This Weekend in Bucks County - 02/15/19 11:28 AM

There are tons of things to do this weekend in Bucks County. You can watch the premiere of “Italian Bred” at the Bristol Riverside Theatre or take a culinary tour of New Hope. Celebrate George Washington’s Birthday with a photo walk all this weekend in Bucks County! 
Here is a guide for this weekend’s 29 must-see events around the Bucks County:
Friday, February 15
“The Buddy Holly Story” at the Bucks County Playhouse
Watch the meteoric rise of music legend Buddy Holly in this Bucks County Playhouse production, featuring more than 20 of Buddy Holly’s greatest hits!
When: February 15 – 17, check online for showtimes
Where: Bucks County Playhouse
Cost: … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: How Increasing Your Mortgage Payments Can Help Your Credit Score - 12/26/18 08:57 AM

The tough part might be over after your mortgage has been approved, but it's still important to keep on top of your monthly payments and maintain a good credit score for your financial future. If you're currently wondering how increasing your mortgage payments can help your credit outlook, here are some things to consider.
Change Your Payment Schedule
Most people opt for a monthly mortgage payment, which can certainly stretch the budget but is still something that can be maintained consistently. However, what many homeowners don't realize is that more consistent payments, like a bi-weekly or even weekly payment, can actually pay down … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: Early Holiday Festivals & Events in Bucks County - 11/17/18 08:58 AM

In Bucks County you don’t have to wait until after Thanksgiving to start celebrating the holidays. You can get an early start on the holiday fun that will get you into the holiday spirit. Here is a list of early holiday Festivals and Event in Bucks County that are getting an early start on the Holiday Season.
24th Annual Holiday Light Show at Shady Brook Farm
November 17 – January 6 
Watch Santa arrive via helicopter on November 27 at 4 p.m. Don’t miss your chance to shake his hand and grab a candy cane before he sets up in the greenhouse to take … (1 comments)

martin millner reator: Useful Tips for First-time Homebuyers - 10/03/18 08:00 AM

Whether you're tired of renting, need more space or want to make an upgrade, buying your first home in Bucks County is the solution. However, if you have never participated in the market before it can be a bit daunting at first. Let's explore a few useful tips that are helpful for first-time homebuyers who are new to the process of buying real estate.
Begin with The End in Mind
Before you start exploring local home listings and shopping around, it's worth asking yourself both what you 'need' in a home and what you 'want' in a home. For example, are you single … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: Important Hidden Factors Homebuyers Should Look for In A New Home - 09/20/18 07:39 AM

What are some of the most important factors that buyers take into consideration when looking for a new home in Bucks County? There are the obvious – things like price, square footage, location and lot size. Those are the basics. Other things that are often weighed are garage size, how updated the kitchen and baths are, and whether it has a finished basement.
All of these are very important to consider, but there are other more “hidden” aspects of a home that many prospective buyers don’t consider. And it’s these aspects that could really come to bite them where it hurts if … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: Weekend Events at Bucks County Winery’s & Brewery’s - 08/03/18 09:46 AM

Whether you're a beer enthusiast or a wine connoisseur, Bucks County has a plethora of events that focus on sampling local spirits. Learn about your favorite bottle of vino at area wine tastings, or sample locally brewed IPA's at one of Bucks County's breweries.
Here are events at local winery’s, brewery’s, and local establishments around Bucks County:
AUGUST 3, 2018
Event Location: Washington House Hotel & Restaurant
Address: 136 N Main St, Sellersville, PA 18960
Phone: (215) 257-3000
Starting: 5:00 PM
Riverhorse's goal is to make full-bodied, full flavored beers that are balanced, and to have something that appeals to every lover of craft beer. … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: Tips for Long-distance House Hunting - 06/27/18 02:52 PM

House hunting is a stressful process. If you are relocating and having to search for a house from afar, it can make the task of finding the right home for your needs seem almost impossible. 
Fortunately, in today’s high-tech world, you have an array of tools available right at your fingertips that can make it easy to find the perfect house for your needs. So, even if you are looking for a home thousands of miles away, you can do so quickly and with minimal fuss.
Partner with The Right Real Estate Agent 
The first thing that you should do when looking for … (2 comments)

martin millner reator: What You Need to Know Before Buying A Foreclosed Home - 06/14/18 05:49 AM

You’ve made the decision to buy a home, but you are looking for a bargain. Buying a property out of foreclosure can be a very smart move, financially. But it can also be complicated, expensive, and stressful for someone who is not a professional real estate investor.
Buying a foreclosure can be a challenge and one that could cost you time and money. Here are 5 things you need to know if you plan to buy a foreclosed property.
Cash or Preapproval Required
Buying a house that has been returned to the lender through foreclosure means dealing with bureaucracy rather than with a motivated seller. … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: Basic Facts You Should Know About Short Sales - 05/30/18 10:03 AM

As a home buyer looking in the market, you are probably familiar with what a typical sale looks like. You probably also have a basic understanding of what a foreclosure is and how it will work. However, something that is a little bit less understood would be the short sale. While they are not as popular in the market, you may come across a few and you may even fall in love with a home that is a short sale. So, what does this mean for you as the buyer? These are the basic facts that you need to know about … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: A Few Tips to Make Shopping for a New House More Pleasurable - 03/13/18 01:58 PM

It’s a great time to buy a home in Bucks County with Spring arriving next week and interest rates have continued to stay low. Whether it’s your first time purchasing real estate or you’re a seasoned professional, here are a few tips to make shopping for a new house more pleasurable.
Get Help
Searching through all of the available real estate can be mind-boggling. Find a professional real estate agent to wade through the [city] homes for sale and find one that meet your family and financial needs.
Start Looking Now
Finding the perfect house can take months, especially if you’re looking in … (1 comments)

martin millner reator: Weekend Events Around Bucks County - 03/09/18 11:21 AM

The weekend is finally here in Bucks County! You’ve been cooped up all week in your home, waiting for the snow to melt and you’re ready for the weekend. Good news the weekend is finally here and there is a whole lot to check out this weekend around Bucks County!
The Bucks County Wedding Show is back, featuring the County’s most gorgeous venues, exciting vendors and tons of live entertainment! You can check out all of the DIY sessions, wine tastings, a fashion show and much more this Sunday at Delaware Valley University. Celebrate Pennsylvania’s birthday at the Pennsbury Manor with a fun day of 17th century … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: Enjoying a Snow Day in Bucks County - 01/05/18 08:26 AM

When the air is crisp, and snow covers the countryside in a blanket of white, don't hide inside the house. A snowy day in Bucks County is a great time to head out and experience something new. View the picturesque scenery on a drive through the countryside, warm up with a mug of hot cocoa or take a tour through a grand castle. The only thing you shouldn't do is stay inside!
While the roads are clear, take a trip through Bucks County's scenic countryside on the Covered Bridge Driving Tour. Watch the snow fall around you as you pass through the county's … (1 comments)

martin millner reator: 8 Fun and Festive Holiday Cocktail Recipes for Your Holiday Party - 12/22/17 03:24 PM

Your turn to host both sides of the family this year for the holidays? With the fun and festive cocktail recipes below, you’ll be sure to be the hostess with the mostess! Shake up these eight colorful cocktails from Bucks County restaurant to celebrate the holidays all year long. 
From the Cock n’ Bull Restaurant in Peddler’s Village
4 oz of your favorite Eggnog
1 1/2 oz of maple whiskey
Build over ice. Garnish with a green or red candy cane. Serve in a snifter glass.
From the Cock n’ Bull Restaurant in Peddler’s Village
2 ½ oz of half and half
1 … (1 comments)

martin millner reator: 3 Reasons Why You Won't Want to Sell Your Home Yourself - 10/04/17 04:15 PM

Are you thinking about selling your home in Bucks County? If so, you may be weighing the pros and cons of working with a professional real estate agent. Let's take a quick look at three great reasons why you won't want to handle the sale yourself.
You Won't Save As Much as You Think
Let's start with the most common and obvious reason that homeowners try to handle their home sale: the cost. It's true that selling your home using the services of a real estate professional isn't going to be free. Depending on the value of your home, their commission might range … (1 comments)

martin millner reator: 3 Tricks That Will Ensure You Have the Winning Bid on A Home - 09/20/17 12:42 PM

You've toured through several listings, attended all the open houses, and have found your potential new dream home in Bucks County. Now the hard part begins, especially if you're working against other buyers who are keen on getting the same home as you. Let's look at three tricks that you can use to make sure the bid you submit on a home is the one that wins.
Don't Start with A Lowball Offer
First, it's important to note that the offer itself needs to be a fair one. If you approach a home seller with a low offer, you'll likely discover that they're … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: The Top 5 Apple – Picking Orchards in Bucks County - 09/15/17 11:54 AM

The scenic countryside of Bucks County is known for its spectacular fall foliage. But the cool autumn weather brings more than just the changing of the leaves, it also brings the arrival of apple picking season!
Tabora Farm and Orchard
Enjoy family festivals, a scratch bakery, full service deli and homemade ice cream while you pick apples at Tabora Farm and Orchard. They also have animals, a huge sandbox and more than 200 freshly made items daily in their quaint barn.
Solebury Orchards
Located in New Hope, Solebury Orchards is known for their high-quality fruit and picturesque country setting. Pick through apples of many different varieties while enjoying the scenery. … (0 comments)

martin millner reator: Tips That Will Help You Save Faster for a Mortgage Down Payment - 05/31/17 08:54 AM

For most people, the idea of saving more money each month is enough of a burden without having to think about investing in a home. A down payment, however, will require a lot more saving know-how and a lot more in liquid assets in order to be able to buy. If you're trying to find ways to save a bit more each month, here are some sure-fire tips for raising the extra funds.
Re-consider Your Commute
Outside of rent, there are few things that will cost as much money as owning your own vehicle, so instead of holding on to yours, you may … (3 comments)

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