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Should I stay or should I go now?

Posted by Cynthia Rundatz on December 18, 2018 in No Category
So much goes into the decision whether or not to move. In the early 2000s it was a no-brainer. “Moving up” or buying a home, living in it for a few years and then selling for a neat profit was the cornerstone of the housing market and, arguable, the financial market. Now the decision to sell your house and trade up is not as clear-cut and owners are left wondering, “Should we stay, or should we go now”? Changing Needs People will always need to move. Births, deaths, divorces, empty-nesting, ... read more
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5 Ways to Keep your House Safe While on Vacation

Posted by Karen Johnson on December 18, 2018 in No Category
With cold weather here till Spring many people’s thoughts are turning to thoughts of a warmer vacation. If you are going to be spending time away from your home there are some things to keep in mind to protect your property while you are gone.   Here are five things to consider in order to keep your home safe if you are away during the summer months:   Flyers, Newspapers, and Mail: It is absolutely a technique of home burglars to look for newspapers stacked up on your sidewalk to det... read more
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Selling your Bucks County Home this Winter might be a great idea!

Selling your Bucks County Home this Winter might be a great idea!
Posted by Dave Marcolla on December 19, 2018 in  Bucks County  Bucks County PA  property  Selling in Winter
Should I sell in the Winter? What have we all heard about the seasonality of selling real estate?  Typically, everyone believes the spring and summer to be the best months to sell a home.  While that may be by and large true at a national level, that's not always true in areas like Bucks County and can vary by year.  Real estate markets vary for many reasons.  There are socioeconomic influences, politics, climate, interest rates and other factors that can make selling your home a smart idea in y... read more
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The title sounds a little flippant but sufferers of seasonal effective disorder know the dread that comes with first drop in temperature. Once the holidays, with the hustle and bustle (and Christmas lights), is done those long moths of January, February and March stretch coldly ahead. There are some things that you can do to your house in order to help get through those long winter months. 1.    Wash your windows every single Autumn. Before the weather gets too cold wash every single ... read more
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Lambertville New Hope Winter Festival

Posted by Stephanie Thibodeau on January 02, 2019 in  Things to do in Bucks County
Twenty-two years and still going strong! Beat the winter blues by attending the Lambertville * New Hope Winter Festival. Hosted by the Twin Rivertown Projects, Inc., a 501c3 organization, the winter festival is a great thing to look forward to no matter what the weather.  In 1995, local business owner Louise Decker got the idea to hold a Winter Carnival like the ones held in the ski areas of New England. With the help of interested colleagues and friends Louise pulled it all together and made the first Lambert... read more
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