housing market: What can we achieve with your help in 2018? - 01/04/18 08:06 AM
What does 2018 hold for Main Line real estate?
 
What can we achieve with your help in 2018? Today and throughout the year we are asking for your help.
 
We have supported several local charities over the years, Surrey Services for Seniors, TE Cares, Flite, Berwyn Business & Professional Association and the American Heart Association specifically. Through these we have helped support students with scholarships, local families in need and the Berwyn Fire Company
 
I have helped Surrey Services for Seniors by chairing and managing an antiques show for them for the past 12 years, in that time we have raised well over … (19 comments)

housing market: Main Line Philadelphia Market March Snap Shot - 04/23/14 02:47 AM
Whilst the real estate market is slower then previous years, there are some interesting facts visible looking at the data.


In each of the counties along the main Line, sales are down by varying amouynts compared to last year, but prices are up both for average price and median price. Also, homes are selling closer to list prices.
So far since the beginning of the year, we have seen most homes selling for less than the list price, however, just in the last week, we are startiung to see homes settling at over asking prices, this indicates the market … (0 comments)

housing market: The Market has turned, I can ask what I like right? Let's discuss that - 03/20/13 03:55 AM

 
Getting a home sold and to settlement for the highest price the market will bear is not always about asking the highest price you can.
There is always this picture of sellers fighting with their listing and potential listing agents over price. The seller wants $xxx,xxx and the agent is shown as wanting to price the home at less than this price. The price a home sells for has nothing to do with what a homeowner paid for the house, what he spent upgrading it or what the neighbors house sold for, or how much the seller needs to buy … (1 comments)

housing market: Why real estate news can be ignored and what you really need to know! - 06/30/11 01:32 AM
I have become a believer in ignoring all news, contrary to my wife. I listen to headlines occaisionally but seem to somehow always know what is going on because my wife tells me about anything really important. I am also very aware of what is going on around me and in my local area. So I have come to the conclusion that one can also ignore all real estate news because most of the time it is contradictory.
Last month Case Schiller was announcing the arrival of the double dip in real estate. Now just one month later they are announcing … (1 comments)

housing market: Am I an expert? I don't know but am I worse than anyone else? - 06/06/11 04:29 AM
Every week there are blogs and news articles about housing and house prices. Prices are rising, prices are dropping, mortgage rates are their lowest ever, mortgages are harder to get etc.Am I an expert? I don't know but am I worse than anyone else? Many people are getting paid lots of money to make predictions and the press is very willing to listen and make them out to be experts. But are they right? Seth Godin in several blogs recently has talked about making predictions and seeing how accurate you are over a period of time.Professor Philip Tetlock  from the University … (1 comments)

housing market: Is the stimulus bill going to revive real estate? - 02/10/09 07:15 AM
Whilst we hear all the talk from Congress that they understand real estate needs to lead the way for jolting the economy I wonder if tax credits and hand outs are going to do the job. we currently have historic low interest rates that should be encouraging buyers to act and not wait but we are seeing buyers just looking and taking no action to buy inventory that sellers are desperate to sell.
Also how fair are the credits, if you have recently lost a job and need to sell a home are you going to be able to buy something … (3 comments)

housing market: County Housing Market Update - 02/16/07 08:07 AM
 Home sales in Delaware County decreased by 5.5 percent in 2006, but saw less of a decline than other counties in the region, further evidence of the housing market adjustment, according to a recent report. However, sales in Montgomery and Chester counties decreased by more than 8 percent, and Bucks County witnessed a 14.9 percent decline from 2005.
Counties that have seen greater new home construction are seeing a greater decline in sales because of higher prices; the older housing stock and denser population have been a help to the overall picture in Delaware County. Delaware County's median or mid-range sale price … (0 comments)

 
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Devon, PA

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