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Monday, February 06, 2017   /   by David Wyher

Introducing Our Operations Manager

Today, we’ll go behind the scenes and talk to Liz Eppleman, our operations manager, about how she helps our real estate team and our clients succeed.

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Today I want to go behind the scenes and show you a little bit of how our real estate team works. Having a team allows us to give you the very best service possible. Our goal is to help you find your dream home or sell your home for top dollar in as little time as possible. I’m excited to introduce you to Liz Eppleman, our operations manager. 
As operations manager, Liz is in charge of assisting the full-time agents on our team. She helps them with marketing, client care, contracts, and settlements, so Liz has a well-rounded set of skills. 

Liz assists our full-time agents with marketing, client care, and more.


As for marketing properties, Liz ...

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Thursday, December 08, 2016   /   by Liz Eppleman

JUST LISTED- 339 Hermitage Street, Philadelphia, PA 19128

This property is a stone throw away from Gorgas Park. Gorgas Park has an amazing Summer Concert Series that you don't wanna miss! This home is short ride away to one of Philly's hottest neighborhoods- Manayunk. Enjoy multiple fun places to dine within Manayunk and you'll find some amazing places to shop. 

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014   /   by Ann Arriesgado

Wise Home Buying

How to Be a Wise House-Shopper in a Great Buyer’s Market!
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There’s no doubt about it – there are a great many bargains in the real estate market today if you’re a person looking for a new home. However, we highly recommend that you don’t get dazzled by all the opportunities and make a potentially expensive and poor decision. To that end, I’d like to offer you some common-sense guidelines to follow.
Guideline 1: Pay Attention to Your BudgetBefore beginning your search for that new home, sit down and come up with a monthly payment you can handle with ease and then look for the house that fits that budget.
Guideline 2: Save Up for a Down Payment
Due to the “mortgage meltdown,” lenders are currently much more cautious about giving out money. Depending on the situation, they may insist on a minimum down payment of 10% or one that’s all the way up to 25%. So, start saving!
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Tuesday, March 11, 2014   /   by Ann Arriesgado

Why Buying Now Holds the Secret

Why Buying Now Holds the Secret to Years of Lasting Happiness in Your LifeAlmost anyone can buy a home – and these days, most everyone wants to, given the historically low mortgage rates and the very low home prices.  But buying in a way that proves successful on a long-term basis, however, is what differentiates those who end up with lasting happiness and prosperity throughout their life from those who just own a big house.  Since doing anything for the right reasons is a far better approach, it’s a valuable lesson to understand what your motivation should be for buying a home.  In this article, we outline the difference between buying for the sake of having material possession versus buying to enjoy life and provide for your family.
Whether you are a first-time homebuyer considering a new home, someone who has suffered a short sale but are ready to rebuild and become a homeowner again, or an investor – this message applies to you.
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Tuesday, March 11, 2014   /   by Ann Arriesgado

What to Know About a Short Sale

What to Know About a Short Sale Property
Realtors get asked this question a lot.  And the answer is simpler than people might think.  Aside from the fact that the sellers are in a distressed situation, the process itself is not too much different than a regular home purchase.  The main difference is that the bank(s) holding a lien on the property will have to be involved in terms of final selling price since the home will sell for less than what is owed on the property. By definition (according to the National Association of Realtors) a short sale is “a sales transaction in which the seller’s mortgage lender agrees to accept a payoff of less than the balance due on the loan”.  So naturally the bank would want to evaluate whether or not the offer that has come in on the property is an acceptable one.
How is a Short Sale Different from a Standard One?The process itself entails the usual – the seller lists the home at the selli ...

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