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The month of November has come and gone, and with it, the cool, crisp air has turned a little frosty. But that change in temperature has not deterred the local real estate market from continuing to perform at a high level. Take a look at the numbers.
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The average sales price in Lancaster County ticked up 1% in November as compared to last year. This steady rise is good news for those people that saw the equity in their home get squeezed during the Great Recession of 2006-2010. It appears that the $200,000 is right around the corner. Continue reading
Put your home’s best foot forward when you decide to put it on the market. You want buyers to see your house, not your knickknacks. Interior designer Carriann Johnson offers her advice on staging to sell.
The month of September is behind us and if you take the time to walk along some of the nature trails in Lancaster County, you’ll soon start seeing a wonderful palette of orange, yellow, and brown leaves that will greet you. Let’s take a look at the numbers for September – – –
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Increases in the low to mid price ranges are the categories that are fueling the steady assent. This bodes well for continued strength in the real estate market. Continue reading
You don’t need a big budget to spruce up your home for sale. Here are some small, inexpensive projects that have a big impact on your home’s appeal.
RE/MAX is speeding forward with great agents, huge momentum and an inherent drive to be the best. The September 2016 issue of RISMedia’s Real Estate magazine illustrates what exactly makes RE/MAX an industry-leading brand. Click below to enlarge and read the entire cover story.