Don’t miss the opportunity to own this elegant carriage-home located on what many consider the premier lot in Haverford Reserve. Tucked back from the road, this home has a uniquely private location – with privacy both on the side and in the back, where you’ll enjoy views overlooking the nature preserve. This exceptional home is … More First Time Open to the Public! 256 Valley Ridge Rd, Haverford Reserve
Just listed! No showings until Tuesday, 3/11/18! With a customized open-concept floor-plan, 108 Atlee Circle in Waynesborough Woods has been renovated inside and out: New Stucco, New Windows, New Roof, gorgeous New Kitchen and Updated Baths! Whole-House Stucco Remediation (not “patch-work”) complete in 2016 by Edward Griffin Masonry. New energy-efficient Anderson windows installed throughout in … More Just Listed! Waynesborough Woods!
With more buyers than homes available to purchase, in many price ranges multiple offers are almost routine in our area. Navigating multiple offers can be stressful and fraught with uncertainty. Compounding this is the fact that most buyers don’t understand the process and how the Seller may respond. For example, did you know that a … More Buyers Guide to Multiple Offers
Informational Meetings on Reassessment Delaware County will hold four public informational meetings in March at different sites throughout the county to educate residents about the upcoming Delaware County Tax Reassessment Project. The county was ordered in March 2017 by the county Common Pleas Court to conduct a countywide property tax reassessment, effective for the 2021 … More Attention Delaware County Residents!
Painting your kitchen cabinets – whether you do it yourself or hire a professional – is one of the most cost effective ways to freshen and update your home. When preparing your home for sale, or if you are just ready for a change, painting your kitchen cabinets yields a big impact for a reasonable … More Painting Your Kitchen Cabinets – A Great Bang for Your Buck
Home equity loans are no longer tax-deductible, under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Read this Forbes article for more information. Source: Suburban Realtors Alliance and https://www.forbes.com/sites/nickclements/2017/12/28/borrowers-lose-home-equity-tax-deduction/#752dc3826cdf
A new Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac-approved down-payment program called “HomeFundMe” allows employers to help workers’ down payment on a home, similar to how companies contribute to a 401(k). CLICK HERE to read an overview from the National Association of Realtors. (source: NAR realtor magazine). Or Click HERE and go directly to the HomeFundMe website to learn more … More “HomeFundMe” – How Employers Can Now Add to Down Payments