Trident Mortgage Update
Think you need a lot of cash to buy a home? Time to think again!
Think Parking in Philly is Expensive?
A parking spot recently sold for over $664,000 in Hong Kong! Nope, that's not a typo folks...
Credit for First Time Home Buyers
It's another beautiful Saturday morning in Philly....and even more beautiful if you're a 1st time home /condo buyer.
For a limited time you may be eligible for a $1500 credit!
Coffee is for Closers
It happened on a Friday before a busy weekend of open houses, new listings, and lots of clients. The coffee machine broke! Every coffee lover (aka every realtor) knows that a proper cup of coffee is pivotal for a productive day of managing clients.
One of the best career decisions I ever made in life came to fruition three years ago today.
500 Walnut Nears Completion!
Truly amazing that it's almost finished! It seems like only yesterday that construction crews started digging the massive hole in the ground for the pylons, footers and systems that support this spectacular building.
Open House 2420 Kimball Street from 12pm-1pm
It's a beautiful Sunday in Philly and what better to do than come visit my Open House in the Graduate Hospital community.
Trident Mortgage Extends Debt-To-Income Ratio
Buyers obtaining a FHA loan that have a credit score of 680 or better are now eligible for a larger debt to income ratio. Trident Mortgage
Reasons To List Your House For Sale
Philadelphia has always been known for it's huge spring real estate market, and this year is showing no signs of being any different. The beautiful weather we've enjoyed the last couple weeks already has buyers and sellers juices flowing...Spring has sprung! If you're thinking of selling your house or condo, here are a few reasons:
Property Tax Assistance!
Everyone wants to pay less in property tax, especially if you saw an increase in the past few years. Our outstanding City and State have a few programs to help homeowners.
A Digital Remodel and What I Learned
Back in March of 2016, I took over managing CenterCityHomes.com, a site run by the Center City Condos team (which I'm a part of). The site was serviceable and had a small steady stream of users but it was in need of some TLC. So, I rolled up my sleeves and started my journey into uncharted digital territory. First question: Where do I even begin?!