www.AskTheBigGuy.com wins out as Stuart Creek Farms property management!

By
Real Estate Broker/Owner with BIG Realty

Christopher Benedict with RE/MAX Main Line and www.AskTheBigGuy.com have recently been awarded a 2-year contract to manage Stuart Creek Farms, a development of 156 townhomes in Ambler.  You can see more about the community at www.stuartcreek.com.

From SCF's website:

"Meet our new property management team - RE/MAX Main Line and the BENEDICTS. About the Benedicts: Both Penn State graduates, Christopher(pic below) and Stephanie Benedict currently manage a $20+ million dollar portfolio of properties ranging from single family homes, multi-unit investment, mixed commercial, as well as small apartments ranging from 6-20 units. A licensed Realtor and (soon to be in March 2009) Broker-Associate, Christopher currently works at RE/MAX Main Line as well as managing a private real estate investment firm, The Benedict Investment Group, LLC. Christopher and Stephanie both reside in Collegeville with their son and twin daughters."

Here's to a great new year in 2009!

Comments (1)

Anonymous
Joyce Cadwell

Mr. Benedict,  I live at 600 Creek Drive, Ambler and I am contacting you today concerning  an evergreen tree that is becoming a big problem right behind my deck.  Besides some of the branches hanging over  half of my deck and the needles and pinecones  lying all over my deck and getting into my gutters; there is a very large root going under my deck  coming towards the house.  I am sure that root is eventually going to interfere  with my pipes.  As you already are aware, we have enough water problems.  We have been cuttung the lower branches ourselves, and  I have a retractable awning which the branches are starting to interfere with also.  We  were talking to Mr.Steel the, tree man you employ and he said that in order to take this tree down he would need a work order from you.  I would really appreciate your lookin  into this matter very soon.  We are having gutter covers put on our home and would like this issue resolved.  Thank you for taking the  time to look into this matter.                                 Joyce Cadwell

Jul 30, 2012 01:22 AM
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