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How’d That Home Go Up So Fast? Pre-Cast Panels

Pre-cast concrete foundation panels are helping home builders erect houses faster and still achieve the quality future owners demand.

Take Time To Tackle Maintenance Around Your Home

Keeping a healthy home for your family means more than daily chores and the occasional deep cleaning. It's important to add routine inspections of often overlooked areas and regular maintenance to your list of tasks.

Screech! Maybe Sound of Traffic, Business At Sanatoga

As vehicles crawl at the Sanatoga interchange of US. Route 422, PennDOT has told Limerick and Lower Pottsgrove it expects substantial road improvements to be made there - about $12 million worth - before it allows more traffic from

Township Planners Recommend Exploring Impact Fees

Future development on vacant land in Lower Pottsgrove Township may end up costing the municipality more than it, or its residents, gain. The Planning Commission, in a divided vote, thinks it may be time to charge fees to offset

Pottstown Property For Sale, Rent Or Lease To June 6

YouTube video listings for the 19464 and 19465 zip codes posted from May 31-June 6 (2013).

Sanatoga Shopping Center Set For County Sheriff’s Sale

The plaza on East High Street in Sanatoga PA that features several stores will be offered by the Montgomery County sheriff in a foreclosure action for more than $9 million. Whether it sells or not, active businesses there are

Foreclosures Still Hot Locally; 26 Advertised Wednesday

Of 26 locally published legal notices regarding foreclosure actions, 14 involved properties in Pottstown PA, four in Limerick, two in Lower Pottsgrove, two in Upper Pottsgrove, and one in West Pottsgrove.

400-Unit ‘Sanatoga Green’ Debuts To Township

The large project near the Sanatoga interchange of Route 422 includes a hotel that probably would be built first, to be followed by an office building, clubhouse, daycare center and up to 400 units of housing, most of it

House Drops Tax Rebate Expansion, Supported By Painter

Legislators declined to add more money to the state property tax rebate program. Its application deadline is June 30; the state representative's office in Sanatoga PA can help constituents apply if they're eligible.

Right People, Property And Price In 2012 Vacation Home Sales

They were up during 2012, according to a National Association of Realtors' annual survey, in part because interested buyers with more money in their pockets found some good deals.

Are Foreign-Born Home Buyers Your Next Target Market?

A rising number of foreign-born individuals are arriving to work and live in the United States, and many of them want to own their own homes, new studies show. If immigration laws change, that group could become even bigger.

Study, Manufacturer Sales Show Moulding’s Popularity

Sixty-two percent of home buyers say they want a home with crown moulding. It ranks third-highest in their preferences, behind only ceiling fans and built-in shelves.

In ‘Big Month Number 2,’ Are You Selling 10 Percent More?

April is one of two magical months in Pennsylvania, and one of four in New Jersey, during which salespeople can capture more attention of those conducting online searches of homes for sale. Here's why, and how to get your

LED Bulbs Easy Way To Save Energy And Money

Lighting your house is no minor expense. Changing your traditional incandescent light bulbs or compact fluorescent lamps to light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs will save energy and dollars off your electricity bill.

Home Prices Jump In S-F; Flat In Pottsgrove, Pottstown

Over the past year, according to a new report, average single-family home sale prices rocketed up 32 percent or more in the Spring-Ford Area School District but stagnated or declined slightly in the Pottsgrove and Pottstown districts.