It's a great privilege to practice real estate (since 1983) in quietly- beautiful central Pa. My challenge is to do my best to "get"--& then deliver-- the essence of what best serves my clients.
Get to know Nancy Williams
From the 13-15% interest rates of the early 1980's to the late 3.50 - 3.75%'s of 2012, from airports to hotels to hospitals to schools to job sites of all sorts and in many homes and apartments, from meeting a backhoe operator at 6 a.m. for a septic perk and probe to staying up the entire night before leaving for vacation drawing site plans for sewer permit application submissions during a building permit crisis, to meeting buyers and sellers at 11 p.m., the 47th hour of a 48 hour 1st right of refusal to get a home-selling contingency removed, to buying stove burners, finding obscure toilet parts, getting tricky paint colors matched, mowing a lawn in the dark in heels, driving 30-some miles & walking a mountainous seemed -like -a -mile- long gravel driveway (in heels) to an obscure log cabin the buyer nixed in about five seconds, Nancy Williams has practiced real estate in central Pa. The lowest priced home she sold was a $4,000 fixer upper, the most expensive several one- to- two million dollar properties, and everything in between. The listing she thought she might never sell sold the first week ("It's 29 steps from my favorite bar", the buyer stated happily at settlement.
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A lead agent in four custom home developments, the new construction practice has given her a knowledge of quality and design that carries over to quickly sorting out the good, the bad and the ugly in resale homes, as well as advising clients who are building what to expect from the builder and how to make the process as painless as possible.
Areas that you can expect her to serve knowledgeably are Harrisburg to north as far as Halifax, Hummelstown, Hershey, Palmyra, Jonestown and Fredericksburg, Middletown, Elizabethtown, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Dillsburg,Lemoyne, New Cumberland, Enola, East Pennsboro Township and the more southern part of Perry County.