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Selling your Home: iBuyers

Posted by Stephanie Thibodeau on September 02, 2019 in  Real Estate Advice  Sell your home
We have all heard the commercials: “Sell your home when YOU want to paying no real estate agency commission!” Can this be true? What are the Pros and Cons? Full disclosure – since we have a dog in this fight we will be spending a lot of time on the Cons. What the heck is an iBuyer? iBuyers are companies that purchase homes outright, directly from the owner. The seller doesn’t have to pay an agent, list the home, stage it, market it, or even show it to potential buyers. Instead, they tell the... read more
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It’s that time of year again! The New Hope Arts and Crafts Festival! The New Hope Arts and Crafts festival is a juried art fair that takes place every year at the beginning of Fall. What is “Juried” you ask? Juried events have a selection committee for art & craft exhibitors, and require that the artisan submit slides or photos of their work or products. The selection committee (the jury) reviews all applications before choosing exhibitors for the event.  This festival will feat... read more
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Home Ownership: Facing and Emergency

Posted by Cori Seraydarian on September 02, 2019 in  Preparing for Emergencies  Real Estate Advice
From hurricanes to floods to fires, Mother Nature, accidents, and unforeseen circumstances all pose a threat to your home. That’s why taking steps safeguard your property from these and other home disasters are important. But what if the emergency is imminent? Step 1: Make a plan Creating an emergency plan now can prepare you and your family to respond safely to a disaster. To help, the Department of Homeland Security recommends the following: ·        ... read more
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From hurricanes to floods to fires, Mother Nature, accidents, and unforeseen circumstances all pose a threat to your home. That’s why taking steps now to safeguard your property from these and other home disasters are important. Step 1: Review and improve your standard insurance policy Homeowners insurance can provide coverage to reimburse you if you suffer losses caused by many home disasters. But it’s crucial to ensure that you have proper coverage limits in place. FEMA reports that over hal... read more
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The Octagonal Schoolhouse is located at Swamp Road and Second Street Pike (Rt. 232) Schools have existed in Wrightstown Township since c.1721. These early schools were organized by a Board of Trustees and parents paid a tuition for their children to attend. Often the Quaker Meeting would pay for those children whose parents were not able to afford the necessary fees. In 1802 a group of residents banded together to lease this land (at what is now the corner of Swamp Road and Second Street Pike) for 99 years from Jos... read more
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