When selling your home, a real estate agent is a valuable resource to help you prepare your house, market your home to potential buyers, negotiate any offers you receive, and look for your next property. Our real estate agents suggest asking potential agents these questions to confirm that they're a good fit for your needs.
You've found a home you love and are ready to make an offer. Before you present the offer to the seller, our real estate agents suggest doing a few things to ensure the home is right for you.
Following a few simple tips will ensure that you're prepared to make an offer on a home. Ready to begin your home search? Contact us to get started!
The warm summer days are a terrific time for packing a picnic and enjoying your next meal outside. Grab a blanket and a picnic basket full of your favorite foods and beverages, and head out to one of Pennsylvania's top spots for enjoying a picnic on a gorgeous summer day. Our real estate agents suggest checking out some of these local picnic spots.
You want your yard to look its best, but you're concerned about exposing your family and pets to a host of potentially dangerous chemicals commonly found in lawn care products. Fortunately, there are multiple organic ways to enhance the appearance of your yard without turning to traditional lawn care techniques.
In addition to being safer for your household, organic lawn care is also better for the environment. Our real estate agents suggest following these tips to make your lawn care more organic.
Though some think of Lewisburg as primarily a college town, the residents know this historic city is a terrific spot for anyone to call home. Our real estate agents also know that the town has a lot to offer potential residents. Check out a few reasons you should plan a move to Lewisburg.
You've found a potential buyer for your home, and it's time for one of the most important components of the home selling process: the home appraisal.
The home appraisal can bring your home sale to a screeching halt if your house appraises for a value that's lower than anticipated. Our real estate agents suggest following these steps to make sure your home is ready for the appraisal.