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Lancaster County Housing Report October 2019

Housing inventory levels overall remain extremely low in Lancaster County, which continues to allow well-priced homes in most markets and price points to sell quickly.  The only exception to this is in the $500K+ existing home market, where inventory levels are high.  This is due to the preference of buyers ...

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Make Buying a Home Smooth Sailing

In the nautical world of pleasure boating, there is a specific process to follow to ensure a fun day on the water. Skip one of those steps and you risk having a miserable experience. The same holds true when buying a new home. There is a process to follow to ensure ...

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Surprising Secrets of Successful Home Staging

“Staging” is about setting up and decorating each room of your home so that it looks as attractive as possible to potential buyers. Studies show that a property is more likely to sell quickly and for a better price if it is effectively staged. Even if you haven’t heard of staging ...

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Lancaster County Housing Market September 2019

The months of June and July brought in a healthy amount of new listings to the market, and buyers took full advantage of the improved inventory, as we witnessed a significant increase in August closings.  By the time we got to August, the inventory had been depleted again, which caused ...

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