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
CLICK HERE to see projections from National Association of Realtors for home price growth across the country in the coming year. In Pennsylvania, we expect moderate increases of 2-3%, consistent with other areas in the Northeast. Source: In Which States Do REALTORS® Expect Highest Home Price Growth in the Next 12 Months?
2017 was a busy and successful year at Sue Fitzgerald Fine Homes. Here is a re-cap of our listings and buyer-representations: 2017 Listings 256 Valley Ridge, Haverford Reserve QUIET LISTING! $1,450,000 (CLICK HERE for more information regarding this listing) 129 Graham Way, Berwyn QUIET Listing: SOLD for FULL LISTING PRICE $1,200,000 639 Olympia Hills Circle, Berwyn: … More 2017 – A Year in Review
The “jury is still out” on the impact of the new tax bill, but this is an interesting read … CLICK HERE to read the article #taxcuts #luxuryhomes #suefitzgeraldfinehomes #suefitzgerald #homesales
Below is an excerpt from comments by Larry Flick, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BHHS Fox & Roach | Trident Group, with his perspective on the New Tax Cuts and Job Act: ———————————————— Now that the Tax Cuts and Job Act has been signed into law, many (of us) wonder what effect, if any, … More The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – How Will it Impact the Real Estate Market?
This lovely Haverford Reserve carriage home offers the perfect balance of a turn-key lifestyle and elegant Main Line living! … More QUIET LISTING! 256 Valley Ridge Road, Elegant Haverford Reserve Carriage Home
Open houses have been long been part of real estate marketing strategy, but despite so many other industry changes in recent years, apparently this “tradition” has staying power – and has actually increased in popularity over time! Click HERE to read more!