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Whether you’re buying or selling a property, your success hinges upon the expert advice and services provided by your real estate agent.

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I’ve filled this website with tips and resources to help you quickly understand what you need to know — and how I deliver the services designed to meet your needs.

If you’re selling a property in Lancaster County click here to learn more about the process and how to ensure your property sells quickly and for the highest price possible.

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Making a Good “Second” Impression

You’ve heard the term “curb appeal”. It refers to the first impression a buyer gets when he or she first arrives at your home and looks at it from the outside. That first impression is critical. But there is a “second” impression that is also very important. That’s the impression buyers ...

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How Do You Determine What You Need to Do?

Say you’re a homeowner wanting to sell your two-level, detached home. You sit down and make a list of things that need to get done to make your property as attractive as possible to buyers. You consider the backyard. “Hmm,” you think. “Doesn’t our deck need a new finish and our ...

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Lancaster County Housing Report November 2019

Here are the latest Lancaster County Housing Market stats.  Inventory levels are starting to creep up in the upper price points, especially in the $400,000+ range.  Low interest rates are helping the properties at lower price points to continue to move quickly, especially those priced less than $250,000.  This is ...

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What To Do When Closing Dates Don’t Match

If you want to sell your current property and purchase your next dream home, you might be concerned that the closing dates need to be on the same day. You might be worried about losing a property if the closing dates overlap, or being put out on the street if the ...

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