Will Tax Changes Benefit Homeowners and Investors?

As the White House shifts its focus to tax reform, analysts are examining who will benefit from the proposal announced Wednesday afternoon. The New York Times reported yesterday that this week’s stock market surge could be attributed to President Donald Trump’s call to cut the corporate tax rate … [Read more...]

ASK THE INSPECTOR

Doors and Windows Windows and doors in a commercial or residential property can be important for aesthetics, safety and energy efficiency. The location, type, size and number of windows affects air movement and access to light in the home. Besides impacts on overall safety, the location, style and … [Read more...]

Why Millennials Value Local Real Estate Agents

Millennials love to conduct many aspects of their lives online, but a new survey says that’s not always true when it comes to real estate dealings. Seventy-five percent of millennials recently surveyed by financial wellness website CentSai say they prefer the help of a local real estate agent than … [Read more...]

Movers Reveal: They Really Hate to Move These 7 Things

There's no doubt professional movers have one of the most physically demanding jobs around. They're trudging up and down flights of stairs, slinging hundreds of pounds of furniture (Grandma's hope chest, anyone?), dismantling (and reassembling) furniture, and climbing in and out of trucks and … [Read more...]

Avoid These 6 Deplorable Curb Appeal Decisions If You Want to Sell Your Home

It's difficult to put a dollar value on your curb appeal. No one can quite agree on exactly what you’ll get for slaving away in the front yard a few weekends before you put your home up for sale. Some estimates claim that a well-landscaped lawn could increase the value of your home by 5% to … [Read more...]

Appreciation Sensation: The Real Factors That Boost Your Home’s Bottom Line

The galloping real estate market is a scary and exhilarating thing. On the one hand, as home prices soar, how on earth will you ever buy one? On the other, assuming you do pull off the biggest purchase of your life and become a proud homeowner, those very same rising prices are a promise that one … [Read more...]

Inspections: Preventing Hot Water Burns

Protecting young children and others in your home from burns caused by hot water can be a concern. Water temperatures over 120° F (48° C) can potentially cause scalds. That’s why a water temperature assessment is part of a general home inspection. This assessment has two parts: First, the … [Read more...]

21 MOUNTAIN DRIVE JONESTOWN , PA 17038

Very nice brick rancher sitting on hill with Little Mountain as a back drop, over-sized 2 car garage, with ramp walk down full basement with workshop, wood burner for heat, and much more! Country peace, quite and privacy, but only minutes from 78 and 81. MLS 265054  -  $195,000   Homes … [Read more...]

Creating A Patio Scene That Sells

Whether you're selling an oceanfront property in Miami Beach or a Colorado mountain escape, a home's outdoor space is often key in the potential homeowner's willingness to say, "We'll take it!" With property values on the rise, it’s important to create additional living space by bringing the … [Read more...]

1 Scenic Drive, Myerstown PA 17067

A beautiful, open, bright well cared for home on a corner lot with 2 car garage, walk up attic with plenty of storage, Florida room with fire place, large master and guest bathrooms. A must see home in Arbor Gate 55+ community.  MLS 264969  -  $140,000 Homes for sale, Myerstown PA … [Read more...]