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If you refer others to us, you have our heartfelt thanks. One of the highest forms of trust in business is sending friends and colleagues along to us. We know that your trust in us is hard-earned, and we pledge to take care of anyone you send our way.
Twitter: @smartgirlsown @bigjoemccarthy
Full-time, full-service Realtors. Put Big Joe and Stacey to work for you!
I live in Northeast Philadelphia and I in Langhorne with my husband, Joe who is the face of the McCarthy Group. I have a 10-year old son, who is a real character and keeps me on my toes and laughing all the time.
Ten years ago, I was finally smart enough to learn that owning real estate is not only good for a place to live, but also to build wealth. I feel like "if I knew then what I know now," I would have bought some real estate much earlier instead of renting and throwing my money away. For years I wanted to buy my own place, but was afraid. I would like the opportunity to help some smart women into real estate.
I am very dedicated and tackle each transaction, treat each home, as if it were my own. In addition, I have stepped it up a notch as a certified eAgent and have the tech savvy necessary for today's real estate market.
Serving Northeast and South Philadelphia Lower Bucks County Eastern Montgomery County Relocation services available Bucks County First Time Buyers Welcome!
Philly, Bucks, Bensalem, Andalusia, Langhorne, Levittown, Lower Makefield, Yardley, Newtown, Middletown, Pendel, Southampton, Feasterville, Northeast Philly, Parkwood, Philadelphia Condos, Mayfair, Rhawnhurst, Bustleton, Somerton, Parkwood, Torresdale, Holmesburg, Pennypack, Fox Chase, Morrell Park, Modena Park, Millbrook... We can move you where you want to go.
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Are You a Smart Girl? I'm "The Smart Girl's Realtor"
The single female segment of the homebuyer population accounted for 18% of all homebuyers in 2004. Single women purchased approximately 1 in 5 homes in 2003, while more than one in ten were purchased by single men. More women (15.5 million) than men (11.8 million) lived alone. Among these, women were more likely than men to own their homes (56% vs. 47%).
About one-quarter of the nation's nearly 8 million single mothers spend more than half of their incomes on housing, compared with 1/10 of households headed by single fathers.
Over the time period of 1994-2002, the number of unmarried females owning homes climbed from 13.9 million to 17.5 million
Sources: 2006 National Association of Realtors Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers
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