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Monday, April 29, 2013

Tax Benefits of Owning a Home

Save Thousands On Interest & Taxes

Save Thousands On Interest &Taxes

Purchasing a home can save you money very quickly. FIRST, you'll save on taxes because the interest on your home mortgage is tax deductible. If you rent, your landlord gets the break.
SECOND, you'll save on interest payments while keeping the great tax advantage.
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For example if you are paying $900 per month in rent, you are paying a portion of this towards your landlord's property taxes and mortgage loan interest. Your landlord can write this amount off. You derive absolutely no tax break. When you own a home, you now reduce your taxes for the mortgage interest and for your property taxes. Your interest is always the highest during the early years of your loan, so your overall write-off is largest during these early years.
Paying rent is like throwing your money out the car window each month. You pay it out and never see it again. With home ownership you receive loan interest write-off, and gain money over the years from the increased value of your home. Over a ten year period, on an initial purchase price of $100,000, you could gain over $100,000 in tax advantages and appreciation based on an 8% mortgage interest rate and 5% per year increase in home values.
On both the 15 year and 30 year loans, your interest deduction is highest in the first few years of the loan, so your tax deduction is highest then, too. Remember, if you plan to move or refinance after 5 years, you will maximize your tax deductions. Keep in mind that as you pre-pay part of your loan to reduce the interest expense, you also reduce your tax deduction. How long you plan to keep your current mortgage loan can help determine which type of loan, and which payment strategy, is ideal for you.
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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Home Buyer Guide

Closing Costs Explained Home Buyer Guide


Closing Costs Explained Home Buyer Guide

  1. Be a Pre-Approved Buyer: A pre-approved buyer always has the advantage in an offer situation. Becoming pre-approved is very easy: you complete your loan application with a credit check prior to beginning your home search process. Pre-approval means that you have actually been approved for the purchase by a lender, which gives you the edge in home purchase negotiating.
  2. Beat The Competition to The Best New Listings: The search process can be both fun and trying. You will notice that some homes sell very fast and others hang around for long periods of time. The best homes at the best prices sell fast. Keeping on top of this is essential. Connect with a professional Real Estate agent that knows the market and keeps you updated.
  3. Do The Research: Make yourself a "home value expert." Investigate the areas and price ranges for the kind of home you are looking for. Get a good idea of the price ranges these homes sell for and how long the market time is for them. Your agent is a great asset here.
  4. Have Your Offer Presented in Person: Your agent represents you and your best interests. To adequately do this, make sure that your home offer is presented by them directly to the seller. The personal touch will give you the edge. Your agent also might pick up critical information during this meeting.
  5. Prove That You Are a Serious Buyer: The best way to accomplish this is with strong earnest money. This might mean that you put 5% or more down to get the sellers attention.
  6. Don't Go Crazy: Even in a hot market, be cool and calculated with your decisions. A knowledgeable agent can really help you here. Your home purchase may be your single largest investment. It is important to make sure that you get the best deal possible. Overpaying now will make it harder to get your value back when you sell.
  7. Keep Your Offer Simple and Clean: Make sure that your contract to purchase is simple, clean and not bogged down with unnecessary contingencies, especially repairs. Keep the time frames of repairs and responses to a minimum. The cleaner your offer, the more interested the seller will become. This may help you purchase the property at the best price.
  8. Don't Wing It Alone: What you need most in today's complex marketplace is an experienced and professional real estate agent who represents your interests only. No matter how heated the competition or the negotiations, a professional agent will represent your best interests, keep you from paying too much and help you maximize your investment.
Are you looking for an agent to represent you and your best interests? You, the home buyer, pay nothing for a professional agent. Their fees are paid for by the seller. Click here to contact us today and find out how we can help you find the most house for the best price.

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Great Springfield Buy...Open Sunday May 5TH from 1-3 PM

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY MAY 5TH

1-3PM

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SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, PA

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610-532-7000

The Seller's List of 25 Easy Fix-Ups


The condition of your home will have a huge impact on how fast it sells, and its eventual selling price. Preparing your home for sale can pay you huge dividends. Many fix ups cost very little and consist mostly of time and some elbow grease. Here are some simple tips to help your home show its best.

Indoors:

  1. Clean the entire home thoroughly. Shampoo carpets, wash walls, clean sills, window screens and blinds. Clean out light fixtures and dust shelving. Get detailed here.
  2. Clean the clutter from all closets, cupboards and cabinets.
  3. Make your rooms look as spacious as possible. Store unnecessary furnishing items that make your home look crowded.
  4. Arrange furnishing so that it is easy to walk through your home.
  5. Scale down the number of photos, pictures, portraits and posters hanging on walls. Make sure you patch all nail and screw holes.
  6. Keep your curtains and draperies open as a rule. You will want your home to show very light and bright. Find ways to screen any unappealing views.
  7. Make your kitchen shine. Remove clutter from counter tops and cabinets and store it. Keep your sink clean and clear of any dirty dishes.
  8. Clean your refrigerator, inside and out. Make sure that you do the simple things like putting an open box of baking soda in your fridge. Also, remove unnecessary clutter from the door.
  9. Clean your oven. Degrease it and keep it looking as good as possible.
  10. Keep scented candles burning in the kitchen and bathrooms. Pleasant fragrances will entice buyers to stay longer in your home.
  11. Keep bathrooms scrubbed and tidy with fresh soap and neatly hung towels. Try to color coordinate your bathrooms.
  12. Keep all sinks in the home clean and repair leaks or slow drains.
  13. Go through your entire home and touch up paint. Pay close attention to corners where there is traffic wear. Touch up baseboards, trim and cabinets and cupboards.
  14. Place plants or flower arrangements in strategic parts of the home. A splash of color from plants, flowers, pillows or small rugs can give your home some real flair.
  15. Make sure that your home is well lit. Put higher wattage bulbs in dark areas or corners. Keep all lights on during showings, even in mid day.
  16. Use mirrors on walls if necessary to reflect light and make rooms look larger.
  17. Make sure that all door knobs and keyed entries are working. Replace any worn knobs or handles.

Outdoors:

  1. Clean up all around the house. Remove any debris piles such as wood, firewood and landscape trimmings. Trim all hedges, bushes and shrubbery away from the house. Keep all garden beds weeded and mulched.
  2. Put some color by your home's entrance with potted flowers. Keep them watered and looking attractive.
  3. Keep all walkways clear, clean and in good repair. This includes your driveways and any parking areas.
  4. Keep all outdoor furniture clean and in good repair.
  5. Clean your gutters and roof. Keep moss or algae from growing on, in or around them.
  6. Keep your yard and lawn areas clean and in good health. A green lawn makes a home look great. Keep your lawn edged and free from weeds.
  7. Repair any broken windows, screens, shutter or awnings.
  8. Clean your garage area. Remove clutter and make it look organized and as spacious as possible. Try to have nothing in your garage but cars.
By following these 25 fix up tips, you can do a lot to increase the perceived value of your home and make it stand out above the competition!

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Friday, April 26, 2013

How Much House Can Your Afford

How Much House Can You Afford?

Determining how much home you can afford, or what payment you feel comfortable with, can be a trying process. Calling lenders, looking at mortgage loan programs and interest rates can be confusing, to say the least. There is an easy way to get started, and give yourself an idea of where you stand.
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The first step is to find out what mortgage interest rates are at the current time. You can typically do this with a couple of phone calls to lenders or some quick searching on the internet. Get your rates on conventional fixed rate loans.
To obtain a very clear picture of how much home you can actually qualify for, the best idea is to contact a reputable local lender and let them analyze your entire situation. The lender can calculate your income-to-debt ratio, do a quick credit score and give you the information you need. Typically, lenders like to see a ratio not exceeding about 28%. This does not take into consideration long term monthly debt. As an example, to qualify for a loan, lenders may require ratios of 28% or 36%. This means you can spend up to 28% of your gross monthly income on a motgage payment, and no more than 36% of your gross monthly income on all forms of debt, mortgage included.
We work with a number of loan officers and would be happy to recommend one right for you. Click here to contact us today. We are happy to help!

Important Questions to Ask When Hiring a Real Estate Agent

Questions to Ask when Hiring a Real Estate Agent
It is very important to interview several potential Realtors when considering selling your home. The general rule of thumb is interview at least 3 real estate agents before making your decision.
Namely you should be prepared to ask each Realtor the same series of questions. Taking notes of each of their answers will help you compare later. Below, we have compiled a short list of questions you should ask when interviewing.
1. How many home have you personally sold in my neighborhood in the last year and how many has your company sold?
2. What is your companies average sale price per house sold and what is your average sale price per house sold?
3. Will you be responding personally to each potential buyer call that comes in to your office on my property?
4. What is the length of your contract and if I feel I am not getting the service you promised, can I cancel my contract with your agency. And if so, will you put that in writing?
5. What exactly would be your plan of action to get my property sold?
6. Are you a part time or full time real estate agent?
7. Can you provide me with client references from last year? And if so, can I contact them?
8. Would it be acceptable if I wish to contact your office's sales manager to ask him or her the same questions?
Please understand that these questions are merely to aid you in the interviewing process. Ultimately your comfort level and ability to have open channels of communication with your Realtor is of the utmost importance.
Best of luck in your hiring decision.
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Prudential Fox and Roach Realtors
601 E. Baltimore Pike 
Media, PA 
610-532-7000

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Curb Appeal Sells Homes

Make the Most of Curb Appeal!

Most buyers choose to drive by your home first before wanting to set an appointment to view. An attractive yard that is free of debris will gain interest quickly. Make sure that trees are trimmed and that your home can be seen from the street. Have the grass mowed, trimmed and edged. Walkways should be swept. Clean away all debris. Remove parked cars or RVs. When in season plant flowers to add color.
Remember, if the buyer does not like the outside, that person simply drives on to the next house. Get your home ready for drive by traffic and give folks something extra nice to look at.
Call us today for a no-nonsense, no obligation assessment of your homes value and let me show you the key factors in obtaining a top dollar sale on your home! We would definitely like to help you in any way we can!

For more information on how to avoid mistakes when selling, download our free report called "Avoiding the Top Ten Biggest Selling Mistakes".

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Thursday, April 18, 2013

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Understanding Real Estate Mortgage Programs

Finance Information

How much home can you afford? Use our finance center to learn about your loan options below. There are several loan programs available, and depending on your credit history, there is bound to be one that is perfect for you. Here are a few examples of the most popular programs offered today:

FIXED-RATE LOANS

The fixed-rate mortgage is the most popular mortgage program in use today. Fixed-rate loans offer the borrow a fixed interest rate for the life of the loan, typically 15 to 30 years. Borrowers have peace of mind knowing that their monthly payment will not change over time. Conventional fixed-rate mortgages have underwriting requirements established by Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, and require certain down-payment and debt-to-equity ratios to qualify. Fixed-rate loans are especially attractive to buyers who plan to stay in their home for more than a few years.

ADJUSTABLE RATE LOANS

With an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM), the interest rate changes periodically, and payments go up or down accordingly. Rates are tied to an index that reflects the cost of money at any given point in time. Generally speaking, lenders charge a lower initial interest rate for the ARM than for the fixed rate mortgage. If you are expecting interest rates to decrease in the future, or if you are trying to maximize your purchase power today knowing your income will rise in the future, then this loan may be right for you. Adjustable rate loans are attractive for buyers who expect to be in the home for a short period of time.

FHA AND VA LOANS

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA), offers loans for low-to-moderate-income home buyers. FHA loans have lower down payments, and have relatively easier requirements than conventional fixed-rate mortgages. FHA mortgages have no income restrictions and even those with lower credit scores may be considered. Past bankruptcy does not necessarily disqualify borrowers from using this program!

In addition, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers a zero-down mortgage program. To take advantage of this program, borrowers need to be among those listed as veterans and service personnel in the U.S. military. One of the biggest benefits of this program is that it eliminates the need for private mortgage insurance!

LOCAL HOMEBUYING PROGRAM

There are often many state and local programs available. These programs offer down-payment assistance and programs for local home ownership. Learn more about these local programs, recommended lenders, and other finance options by contacting us today!

Monday, April 15, 2013

Home Buyer Tips for Today's Market

Home Buying Tips
Here are a few things to think about as you start your home search. Educate yourself on today's issues before making any offers. Knowledge you gain today can save you headaches down the road!
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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Interested in Living in a Particular School District... Search by School District at www.russohomes.com

The new and improved www.russohomes.com now allows consumers to search for homes by school district. This feature is available for consumers looking to purchase in:

Delaware County

Montgomery County

Chester County

Philadelphia County

New Castle County, Delaware

This feature is the fist of its kind and is offered for free to aid potential home buyers in fine tuning their search criteria.

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Steps Sellers Should Take When Putting their Home up for Sale by Matt Russo - Associate Broker Prudential Fox and Roach Realtors

Making Your Home Shine

It's a common fact that clean homes net more money. Most people are turned off by even the smallest amount of uncleanness or odor when looking at homes to purchase. Sellers lose thousands of dollars because they do not adequately clean their homes or rid them of offensive odors.

If your home is squeaky clean, you will be able to sell your home faster and net more money.

If you are planning on moving, why not get rid of that old junk now so that your house will actually appear larger? Make more space. Odors must be eliminated, especially if you have pets, young children in diapers, or a smoker in the house. A little work now can pay huge dividends at closing!

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For more information on how to avoid mistakes when selling, download our free report called "Avoiding the Top Ten Biggest Selling Mistakes". This report is offered to all guests.

Current Real Estate Market for April 2013

April 2013 The Matt Russo Real Estate Team Prudential Fox and Roach Realtors EXISTING-HOME SALES CONTINUE RISE Existing-home sales haven risen again, showing 12 consecutive months of year-over-year price increases according to a recent report by the National Association of REALTORS (NAR). Existing-home sales, which include recently purchased single family, townhomes, condominiums, and co-ops are on pace to reach 4.98 million annual units, up 10.2 percent compared to February 2012.

NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun sees a strong housing market nationally. "Job growth in the improving economy and pent-up demand are causing both home sales and rental leasing to rise. Though home prices are rising much faster than rents, historically low mortgage rates are still making home purchases affordable," he said. "The only headwinds are limited housing inventory, which varies greatly around the country, and credit conditions that remain too restrictive."  LOW RATES SUPPORT AFFORDABILITY Freddie Mac reports the national average commitment rate for a conventional, 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at 3.53 percent in February, up from 3.41 percent recorded in January 2013. Buyers were accessing rates of 3.89 percent in February 2012. Gary Thomas, NAR President, sees a great opportunity for home buyers today. "In the history of mortgage interest rates since 1971, the 30-year fixed rate has been below 4 percent in only 15 months, and those have all been in the past 15 months," he said. "Even with rising home prices, affordability remains historically favorable because home prices over-corrected during the downturn. This means there is still great value for buyers in the current market."  THE BEST SELLING STRATEGY Sellers, you have an excellent opportunity to sell your home this season, if you have the right pricing strategy in place from the start! Studies show that the longer a property stays on the market, the less the seller will net upon the sale. It is very important to price your property at a competitive market value at the signing of your listing contract. The market is so competitive that even over-pricing by a few thousand dollars could mean that your house will not sell.

An Overpriced Home: · Minimizes offers · Decreases agents response · Limits qualified buyers · Decreases showings · Decreases prospects · Limits financing · Wastes advertising dollars · Nets less for the seller

When you are ready, contact us today for a personal market value analysis of your home. No hassles or obligation - just honest advice on how to get top dollar for your home!
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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Understanding Credit Scoring and Credit Repair

By John Coneys, Branch Manager, CPA and Senior Loan Manager Gu Guaranteed Rate

Philadelphia, PA – Credit remediation is a subject consumers often face with fear and trepidation, and for good reason. With the exception of recognizing that the best score wins, the average home shopper knows very little about the whole credit scoring process. Sub-prime borrowers who are eager to move into A-Paper territory often find themselves at a loss when trying to find ways to upgrade their credit history. The good news is there are ways to improve less-than-perfect credit scores and obtain a loan for the home you really want.

The first step in the process is making sure that you have a current copy of your credit report. Congress recently amended the Fair Credit Reporting Act so that consumers may now receive one free credit report annually. There are three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and Transunion. Since entries can vary across bureaus, you’ll want to request a free report from each of the three companies. (Go towww.annualcreditreport.com)

It's also important to know just what a good credit score is. Most A-Paper scores generally begin around 680, although this number may differ slightly among lenders. Don't despair if you come up shy, there is always room for improvement. Increasing your score just 5 points can save a significant amount of money. For example, if your score is 698 and you increase it to 703, then you could save yourself thousands of dollars over time as a result of a slight improvement to your loan’s interest rate.

While credit repair is necessary for some, it's not the only way to increase your credit score. Even if you have stellar credit, you can enhance your score through these steps:

• Evenly distribute your credit card debt to change the ratio of debt to available credit. Let's say you have a credit score of 665. If you have debt on only one card, and four additional credit cards with zero balances, evenly distributing the debt of the first card could move you closer, and possibly into, that ideal bracket.

• Keep your existing accounts open and active. The average consumer is usually anxious to close credit card accounts that have zero balances, but doing this can cause them to lose the benefits of a long-term credit history and increase their ratio of debt-to-available credit. The bottom line is don't close those old accounts!

• Keep credit inquiries to a minimum. Each inquiry into your credit history can impact your score anywhere from 2-50 points. When it comes to mortgage and auto loans, even though you're only looking for one loan, multiple lenders may request your credit report. To compensate for this, the score counts multiple auto or mortgage inquiries in any 14-day period as just one inquiry, so try and stay within that time frame.

Remember, credit scores don't change overnight. Improving them requires time and diligent effort on your part, so it's a good idea to get the ball rolling at least three to six months prior to submitting your application for home financing.

If credit repair is what you need, you can either begin the process yourself or seek out a repair service. If you decide to make your own improvements, visit as many websites as possible to get information regarding credit laws and consumer rights. Diligently search through them and educate yourself to ensure that you don’t sustain any self-inflicted wounds. A good place to start would be the Federal Trade Commission's website, which contains a wealth of helpful literature.

If you’re facing severe or complicated credit issues, then you’ll probably want to enlist the assistance of a professional credit repair company. Before you do, be sure to familiarize yourself with the FTC's regulations on credit repair. With over 1100 credit repair companies to choose from, it's important to be certain you are dealing with a reputable firm. Examine the FTC's information on fraudulent practices to avoid falling prey to credit repair scams.

Addressing credit issues can be uncomfortable to say the least. But by taking these steps now, you’ll be that much closer to obtaining the home of your dreams.

Additional Resources:

To read the Fair Credit Reporting Act, go to: www.ftc.gov/os/statutes/frca.htm

For the Federal Trade Commission's information on consumer credit, go to: www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/edcams/credit/index.html

John Coneys is affiliated with Guaranteed Rate, Licensed by the PA Department of Banking. If you would like to obtain a free Consumer Credit Scoring Booklet, please contact John Coneys at 610-322-4886 610-322-4886 .

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

New Construction Aston PO Many models to Choose From Starting at $239,900

LOT 3 ROGERS AVE, ASTON, PA
Large Level and very usable, beautiful
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2 full, 1 half
Living Area Approx: 2400
List Price: $329,900








Large Level and very usable, beautiful Lots. Lot sizes range from .25 acres to .50 acres. House Models range in size from 1600 sq feet to 2400 square feet. Models avaiable: THE HAVERFORD 3 br/ 2.5 bath $239,900; THE JEFFERSON: 3 br/2.5 ba $269,900.00; THE FRANKLIN: 3 br/2.5 ba $279,900; THE FAIRVIEW: 3br/2.5 ba $294,900.00; THE SUTTON 4br/2.5 ba $329,900; THE GIRARD: 4br/2.5 ba & 2 car gar $349,900.00; THE RANCH: 3 br/2 ba & 2 car gar. Buyer to make available color and style selections. Call Matt Russo for plans and options. NOTE: All buyers must receive a pre-qualification through Seller's preferred lender, John Coneys at Guaranteed Rate Mortgage (REFER TO AGENT COMMENTS.

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Clifton Heights Large Twin For Sale $119,900 Space and Comfort make this the Perfect Home

120 N CHURCH ST, CLIFTON HGTS, PA
A Delaware County Best Buy! Beautiful
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1 full
Living Area Approx: 1306
List Price: $119,900








A Delaware County Best Buy! Beautiful 3 bedroom Stone Faced spacious Twin includes updated eat-in kitchen with breakfast nook, large master bedroom with plenty of closet storage, formal living room with stone fireplace, open covered front porch perfect for summer nights. New wall to wall carpeting, built-in designer closet. This property is priced to sell and not one to miss. Main: Open front porch (covered), formal living room w/fireplace, formal dining room, updated modern kitchen with breakfast nook, O/E. 2nd: Master bedroom, center hall bath, 2 additional bedrooms. Bsmt: Full-Unfinished w/storage, utilities, laundry facilities. 1 yr HSA Home Warranty included.

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Office: 610-566-3000

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Upper Darby Twin for Sale....$124,900 an HGTV Styled Home

7217 SPRUCE ST, UPPER DARBY, PA
Perfect for HGTV! this home sparkles
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1 full, 1 half
Living Area Approx: 1310
List Price: $124,900








Perfect for HGTV! this home sparkles with style and upgrades from top to bottom. Features include heated front porch, ideal for Den, Reading Room or PC Room; formal Living Room with stone fireplace, spacious formal Dining Room, updated Eat-In Kitchen with Breakfast Bar, finished basement Family Room with Powder Room, spacious Bedrooms, newly renovated center hall Bath. Detached Garage with usable rear yard. Main: Heated front Porch, formal Living Room w/stone fireplace, formal Dining Room, modern Kitchen with Breakfast Bar, O/E to Deck. 2nd: Master Bedroom, new center hall Bath, 2 additional Bedrooms. Bsmt: Full finished Family Room w/laundry facilities, storage, heater area. One Year free HSA Home Warranty to Buyer at time of Settlement

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Office: 610-566-3000

2012 An independently owned and operated broker member of BRER Affiliates Inc.Prudential, the Prudential logo and the Rock symbol are registered service marks of Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities, registered in many jurisdictions worldwide. Used under license with no other affiliation of Prudential. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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Ridley Park Home for Sale.... A Real Treasure, $229,900 Close to Lake

324 NICHOLSON RD, RIDLEY PARK, PA
Ridley Park Borough Charm! A home
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2 full, 1 half
Living Area Approx: 1728
List Price: $229,900








Ridley Park Borough Charm! A home like no other... Beautifully set 3 BR/2.5 BA Colonial within close proximity to Ridley Lake. Many update and upgrades throughout. Property features large 159' deep level lot, 1.5 car detached Garage with walk-up loft, beautiful wood accents throughout, elegant Living Room with fireplace, main level Family Room plus Den/Office. Large 14 x 14 Eat-In Kitchen, formal Dining Room, friendly covered front Porch perfect for warm summer nights. Main: Open covered front Porch, formal Living Room w/fireplace (deco insert), formal Dining Room, large Eat In Kitchen, O/E, Powder Room, Den/Family Room. 2nd: Master Bedroom, new center hall Bath, 2 additional Bedrooms. Basement: Full-semi-finished w/full Bath, utility area, laundry area, storage and O/E to rear yard. One year free HSA Home Warranty to Buyer at time of settlement.

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Office: 610-566-3000

2012 An independently owned and operated broker member of BRER Affiliates Inc.Prudential, the Prudential logo and the Rock symbol are registered service marks of Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities, registered in many jurisdictions worldwide. Used under license with no other affiliation of Prudential. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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Spacious 1 Bedroom Condo in Rose Tree Media School District $79,900

1016 W BALTIMORE PIKE #D8, MEDIA, PA
This very spacious 1 bedroom unit
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1 full
Living Area Approx: 887
List Price: $79,900








This very spacious 1 bedroom unit with large walk-in closet has been freshly painted, has new carpets, new kitchen cabinets and countertops with tile backsplash and floor. The property is move in ready and just waiting for its new owner. The location is prime with the deck overlooking the woods making it very private. This is one of the few units that has a washer/dryer in the unit. Separate storage unit is available. Close to public transportation, shopping and all major arteries.

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Office: 610-566-3000

2012 An independently owned and operated broker member of BRER Affiliates Inc.Prudential, the Prudential logo and the Rock symbol are registered service marks of Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities, registered in many jurisdictions worldwide. Used under license with no other affiliation of Prudential. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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