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Biggest Home Seller Mistake? It’s Over-Pricing

Of all these home-selling offenses, the one cited most frequently by real estate agents in a new survey was


Biggest Home Seller Mistake? It’s Over-Pricing

Of all these home-selling offenses, the one cited most frequently by real estate agents in a new survey was the seller's failure to properly price the property.

Camelback Mountain Announces New Water Park Plans

A $163 million hotel and indoor water park, said to be the largest in the eastern United States, is scheduled to open in February 2015.

Some Landlords Look To Help Tenants Out The Door

PHILADELPHIA PA – A compromise landlord-tenant law that took five years to negotiate is under siege, a little more than a year after it passed, according to Philadelphia news radio station KYW-AM. It’s called “self-help” eviction, meaning landlords help

Tax Proposal May Help North Charlotte Bounce Back

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners are encouraging research into tax exemptions over a 10-year period for property improvements along North Charlotte Street between Mervine Street and Kauffman Road.

Limerick Takes Legal Action Against Raven’s Claw Developer

It declared builder Dewey Homes in contempt of a court order that demanded it finish road and sidewalk improvements at the housing community on Limerick's west side.

Building Considered Complete At Two Home Developments

Construction is now considered completed at the larger Southview housing community off North Charlotte Street, and the smaller but pricier Brookside Estates off North Keim Street, both in Lower Pottsgrove.

Three Reasons To Feel Good About NJ Real Estate Licensing

Home builders are looking ahead. Northern Jersey real estate sales contracts are climbing year-over-year. And new schedules are up for live New Jersey real estate salesperson courses.

Tax-Delinquent Real Estate Up For Sale Thursday

Montgomery County is putting up for auction about 600 properties for which the payment of real estate taxes is "chronically delinquent" by two or more years. Bidders beware; you must be registered in advance, and know its rules. It's

Farmers Embrace Shale Natural Gas As Revenue Source

Money from natural gas production on Bradford County PA agricultural land is helping keep farms these self-sufficient for future generations, property owners say.

Landscape Designer’s Technique: ‘Paint With Plants’

A New Jersey landscape designer says the land is her canvas, and plants are on her palette as she tries to create outdoor environments that meet client needs.

Commissioners Could Move On Impact Fees Next Month

A decision to create an advisory committee on setting traffic impact fees to potentially be paid by developers in Lower Pottsgrove was postponed by the township Board of Commissioners for two weeks.

Township Officials Optimistic About Plaza’s Prospects

Lower Pottsgrove officials are impressed by new owners of and future potential for the mostly vacant shopping center at North Charlotte Street and School Lane. It was scheduled as a subject of a township Zoning Hearing Board meeting Tuesday

MontCo, ChesCo, Berks Win Housing Repair Funds

The three counties will receive a combined $2.4 million in federal grants to make major improvements in local public housing facilities.

You Can Breathe A Little Easier When You’re Inside

Taking steps to control the amount of internal pollutants we breathe in every day can help make us healthier. As a result, the house will feel cleaner (and it will be more saleable later too).

3 Seminars, 3 Opportunities To Better Manage Money

Everyone needs a little help now and then in better managing their finances. Genesis Housing is holding three "Making The Most Of Your Money" sessions in Pottstown that could be a boon to your bottom line.