Apr 27

8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware County

Cell Number: (610) 659-3999 {Smart Phones Click to Call}
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$360,000

$2,018 /mo

Broomall, PA 19008

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  • Single-Family Home
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
  • 1,320 sqft
  • $273/sqft
  • Lot size: 7,057 sqft
8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware County

8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

 

Home Details for this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008


 

This Single-Family Home located at 8 Cheshire Circle, Broomall, PA is currently for sale and has been listed on Trulia for 2 days. This property is listed by BHHS Fox & Roach for $360,000. 8 Cheshire Cir has 3 beds, 2 baths, and approximately 1,320 square feet. The price per square foot is $273. The property has a lot size of 7,057 sqft. 8 Cheshire Cir is in the 19008 ZIP code in Broomall, PA.

 

Features of this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008

 

    • Price: $360,000
    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
    • Single-Family Home
    • Air Conditioning
    • Ceiling Fan
    • Attic
    • Status: For Sale
    • Parking: 1-CarParking
    • Parking Spaces: 1
    • Roof: PitchedRoof, ShingleRoof
    • Heating: Yes
    • Heating Fuel: yes
    • Basement
    • Lot Size: 7,057 sqft
    • MLS/Source ID: 6969347
    • Zip: 19008
    • 1,320 sqft

 

Public Records for this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008


    • Single Family Residential
    • 1 Partial Bathroom
    • Built In 1956
    • 7 Rooms
    • Basement: Full Basement
    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 1,320 sqft
    • A/C: Central
    • 1 Unit
    • County: Delaware
    • 1 Bathroom
    • Lot Size: 7,057 sqft
    • Heating: Central
    • Construction: Stone

 

Price History & Trends


Price History for this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008


Date Event Price Source Agents
11/01/2004 Sold view detail $255,000 Public records Public records

 

 

Real Estate Trends in 19008

Average listing price for similar homes $338,900 6% below listing price
Average listing price for all homes in 19008 $381,595 6% above listing price

 

PLEASE NOTE: Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have sold or are no longer being offered for sale, they may also have updated pricing and conditions. Please Contact Me for more information about this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008 in Delaware County in Delaware County and other Homes for sale in Delaware County PA and the Wilmington Delaware Areas

Anthony DiDonato
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, SFR
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Home for Sale in Delaware County PA Specialist
3900 Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015
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: (610) 872-1600 Ext. 124
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Apr 27

Use the Power of Gratitude to Spark Loyalty

Use the Power of Gratitude to Spark Loyalty

 

Use the Power of Gratitude to Spark Loyalty

Use the Power of Gratitude to Spark Loyalty

 

It’s important to thank your customers for their business, and that couldn’t be easier with the rise of social media as a mass communications method. Gratitude should be at the core of a marketer’s brand, says Bardi Toto Drake, author of “The Power of Asking.” She encourages marketers to avoid “bragging and selling” strategies but instead find ways to show gratitude to increase business. She offers some of the following tips on how in a recent article at Forbes.com:

Try retweeting: On Twitter, show appreciation for someone’s photo, article, or post by republishing it to your own Twitter following. “A retweet is a recognition of someone’s value to you,” Toto says. “That’s a form of thanks.”

Offer public recognition on social media: Go beyond just pressing the “like” button. Show clients you are grateful for their post by commenting on the person’s update or news story on social media. “It only takes a second to comment and that goes much further,” she says.

Endorse them: On LinkedIn, you can express gratitude by endorsing others in the real estate industry and beyond. “It takes less than five minutes to do this, and adds weight and credibility to their profile,” Toto says. “If a connection performs a great service for you, write them a recommendation.”

Regardless of how you show it, the number one rule when showing gratitude is being genuine. “You are working to build a relationship, not just to win a bit of business,” Curtis Hale, a business consultant, told Forbes.com.

Source: “How Gratitude Advances Marketing and Business,” Forbes.com (April 26, 2017)

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Apr 26

8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware County

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$360,000

$2,016 /mo

Broomall, PA 19008

See your commute times

  • Single-Family Home
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
  • 1,320 sqft
  • $273/sqft
  • Lot size: 7,056 sqft
  • Built in 1956

 

8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware County

8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

 

Home Details for this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008


 
This Single-Family Home located at 8 Cheshire Circle, Broomall, PA is currently for sale and has been listed on Trulia for 1 days. This property is listed by BHHS Fox & Roach-West Chester for $360,000. 8 Cheshire Cir has 3 beds, 1 ½ bath, and approximately 1,320 square feet. The price per square foot is $273. The property has a lot size of 7,056 sqft and was built in 1956. 8 Cheshire Cir is in the 19008 ZIP code in Broomall, PA.

 

Features of this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008

    • Price: $360,000
    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
    • Single-Family Home
    • Air Conditioning
    • Status: For Sale
    • Parking: other
    • Parking Spaces: 1
    • Floors: Hardwood, Tile
    • Heating Fuel: gas
    • Basement
    • Lot Size: 7,056 sqft
    • Built in 1956
    • MLS/Source ID: 6969347
    • Zip: 19008
    • 1,320 sqft

Public Records for this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008


    • Single Family Residential
    • 1 Partial Bathroom
    • Built In 1956
    • 7 Rooms
    • Basement: Full Basement
    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 1,320 sqft
    • A/C: Central
    • 1 Unit
    • County: Delaware
    • 1 Bathroom
    • Lot Size: 7,057 sqft
    • Heating: Central
    • Construction: Stone

 

Price History for this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008


Date Event Price Source Agents
11/01/2004 Sold view detail $255,000 Public recordsPublic records

 

Real Estate Trends in 19008

Average listing price for similar homes $346,268 4% below listing price
Average listing price for all homes in 19008 $381,595 6% above listing price

 

PLEASE NOTE: Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have sold or are no longer being offered for sale, they may also have updated pricing and conditions. Please Contact Me for more information about this home for sale at 8 Cheshire Cir Broomall, PA 19008 in Delaware County in Delaware County and other Homes for sale in Delaware County PA and the Wilmington Delaware Areas

Anthony DiDonato
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, SFR
CENTURY 21 All-Elite Inc.

Home for Sale in Delaware County PA Specialist
3900 Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015
Office Number
: (610) 872-1600 Ext. 124
Cell Number: (610) 659-3999 {Smart Phones Click to Call}

Direct Number: (610) 353-5366 {Smart Phones Click to Call}

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Apr 26

3 Tips for Selling a Small Home

3 Tips for Selling a Small Home

3 Tips for Selling a Small Home

3 Tips for Selling a Small Home

You just landed a smaller-than-average listing. Now you have to figure out how to capitalize on the square footage to help the house stand out in your marketing. Desare Kohn-Laski, broker-owner of Skye Louis Realty in Coconut Creek, Fla., offers these three ideas that both agents and brokers can use to make a small home a hot sell.

  1. Identify the target market. There is a segment of buyers who are attracted to smaller homes. With millennials entering the market for the first time and baby boomers downsizing in retirement, smaller homes are becoming more appealing. These buyers are looking for homes that fit not only their budget but also their lifestyle, says Kohn-Laski. Consumers you may want to target with these properties include single professionals, retirees who can’t manage big houses, or even couples without kids, she says. But of course, you must always adhere to fair housing guidelines.
  2. Take advantage of home staging tricks. “No matter how small the square footage of your house is, it can look bigger through proper home staging,” Kohn-Laski says. Rearrange furniture or use size-appropriate furnishing to create more open space. Let natural light in through the windows, opt for lighter paint colors with cooler tones, and don’t forget to have sellers thoroughly clean and declutter.
  3. Highlight particular selling points. Sure, bigger houses offer more space, but sometimes it’s the amenities nearby or character of a listing that makes it a coveted commodity. Is it close to a shopping district or urban center? Is there nearby access to public transportation? Because of its smaller size, utility bills such as heating and air conditioning will most likely come in lower, says Kohn-Laski. It also means less square footage to maintain and possibly a smaller yard to care for.

—Source, REALTOR® Magazine

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Apr 25

210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware county

 210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware county

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$649,900

$3,508 /mo

Broomall, PA 19008

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  • Single-Family Home
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 full, 2 partial Bathrooms
  • 4,570 sqft
  • $142/sqft
  • Lot size: 0.35 acres
 210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware county

210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware county

 

Home Details for this home for sale at  210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008


Executive styling living at its best. Handsome curb appeal welcomes you home to a professional landscaped flat lot. Grand two story entrance foyer with impressive oak staircase and marble flooring, Elegant formal living room showcased with onsite hardwood floors, crown molding and pleasing window package that cascades light throughout and compliment’s a traditional Granite fireplace, Oversized formal dining room with Crown molding and chair rail accented with custom window treatments. Giant First floor family room with vaulted ceiling offering two skylights, brick fireplace and French doors that lead to a custom oversized deck. Stunning granite kitchen with custom counter-top edges, oak cabinetry complimented with center island cook-top, Bosch dishwasher, wall oven and built in microwave, under cabinet lighting, stainless steel under-mount sink, adjacent morning room with upscale window package and wonderful views of rear yard. Convenient first floor laundry room. Private first floor office with French doors. Spacious Private Master suite with Full bathroom featuring upgraded window package, brand new custom tiled shower, plenty of counter top space with the double bowl sink, walk in closet and an additional set of closet’s. Three additional generously sized bedrooms with great closet space and a full hallway bathroom with skylight complete the second floor. The entire finished lower level offers incredible space that has been freshly painted and offers brand new carpet accented with custom tile flooring, enjoy the wet bar and watch the ball game in this incredible space, lower level powder room and additional bonus storage complete the finished basement. Additional Features: Three car Garage, onsite hardwood floors,crown molding, Newer roof, Anderson Windows.
Features of this home for sale at  210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008

    • Price: $649,900
    • 4 Bedrooms
    • 2 full, 2 partial Bathrooms
    • Single-Family Home
    • Air Conditioning
    • Vaulted Ceiling
    • Ceiling Fan
    • Attic
    • Skylight
    • Fireplace
    • Status: For Sale
    • Parking: 3+CarParking, Drvwy/Off Str
    • Parking Spaces: 3
    • Roof: PitchedRoof
    • Heating: Yes
    • Heating Fuel: yes
    • Basement
    • Lot Size: 0.35 acres
Fees and Taxes

HOA (Annual): $480

Public Records for this home for sale at  210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008


    • Single Family Residential
    • 1 Partial Bathroom
    • Built In 1991
    • Heating: Central
    • Exterior Walls: Stucco
    • Basement: Full Basement
    • County: Delaware
    • 4 Bedrooms
    • 3,370 sqft
    • Stories: 2 story with basement
    • Parking
    • 9 Rooms
    • Style: Colonial
    • 2 Bathrooms
    • Lot Size: 0.35 acres
    • A/C: Central
    • Parking Spaces: 3
    • 1 Unit
    • Fireplace

Price History & Trends


Price History for this home for sale at  210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008


Date Event Price Source Agents
09/20/1995 Sold view detail $365,000 Public records Public records

 

 

Real Estate Trends in 19008

Average listing price for similar homes $647,670 0% below listing price
Average listing price for all homes in 19008 $381,595 70% below listing price

 

PLEASE NOTE: Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have sold or are no longer being offered for sale, they may also have updated pricing and conditions. Please Contact Me for more information about this home for sale at  210 Harvest Ln Broomall, PA 19008 in Delaware County in Delaware County and other Homes for sale in Delaware County PA and the Wilmington Delaware Areas

Anthony DiDonato
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, SFR
CENTURY 21 All-Elite Inc.

Home for Sale in Delaware County PA Specialist
3900 Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015
Office Number
: (610) 872-1600 Ext. 124
Cell Number: (610) 659-3999 {Smart Phones Click to Call}

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Apr 25

4 Bathroom Fads That Turn Buyers Off

4 Bathroom Fads That Turn Buyers Off

 

4 Bathroom Fads That Turn Buyers Off

4 Bathroom Fads That Turn Buyers Off

 

For some buyers, the bathroom is a deal breaker. So if your listing includes these fading bathroom trends, you might have a harder time selling it. Realtor.com® notes some fads you may want to suggest your sellers change before putting their home on the market.

All-white bathrooms: They’re tough to keep clean, so this trend is definitely reaching its end. “White tile and flooring can stain very easily, and any little mark glares at you from across the room, tainting the crisp, clean concept of an all-white look,” says Tonya Bruin, CEO of Canada-based To Do-Done Handyman Services. “I have so many homeowners coming to me now to ask for these white baths to be torn out and replaced with a more varied color design.” To offset an all-white look without a complete overhaul, paint one wall a different color or add colored towels and a bath mat, Bruin suggests.

Too many funky colors: However, you don’t want to be too bold with your color scheme. Mustard, salmon, and avocado, for example, aren’t the most desirable colors in a bathroom. “Colors like these tend to look tacky and make your bathroom feel like it’s stuck in the 1980s,” says Scott Allis with Miracle Method, a bath and kitchen refinishing company. Go for a more muted palette for your listing, such as a mix of three colors in a 70/20/10 distribution. “Use the most neutral color for 70 percent of the walls, floor, and tile, a rich contrasting color for 20 percent of the look, and then an accent shade for the last 10 percent,” says Bee Heinemann, an interior design expert at Vant Wall Panels.

A big bathtub: Design magazines may celebrate the luxurious standalone bathtub in the center of a bathroom, but it doesn’t always work in reality. “This elaborate, oversized fixture is far from practical and actually has low resale value,” Heinemann says. Bathtubs are used less often than showers, and if there’s at least one bathtub in the home, there’s no need to spotlight one in another bathroom. For bathroom remodels, designers recommend investing in a quality water-saving shower.

Subway tile and nickel finishes: Subway tile and cool finishes such as nickel and chrome are on their way out, designers say. Instead, “large format tile is a good way to go, as are mini mosaics and geometric tiles,” says Nicole Rojas, a designer with Tellus Design in Southern California. Also, brushed gold and even black finishes are gaining popularity. “The silhouette is still clean and streamlined,” adds Bea Pila, author of Sacred Spaces for Inspired Living. “But these newer tones add an element of modernity and sophistication.”

Source: “7 Bathroom Design Trends Home Buyers Want to Flush Away,” realtor.com® (April 19, 2017)

 

 

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Apr 24

112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

 112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware County

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$385,000

$2,100 /mo

Broomall, PA 19008

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  • Unspecified property type
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
  • Lot size: 1.98 acres
 112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware County

112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

 

Home Details for this home for sale at 112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008


 
Welcome to 112 Carli Drive, a superb townhouse in the rarely offered Quarry Hill community. This home is loaded with amazing upgrades and amenities making moving in a breeze. Pull right in to your oversized 2 car garage right into the sunny and bright cathedral ceiling foyer, ceramic tile flooring and neutral tones lead to large double door coat closet and conveniently located powder room for guests. Gas fireplace, 10′ ceilings, recessed lighting and wooded views make the living room a peaceful relaxing retreat. Kitchen is a chef’s dream with gleaming granite counters, 36” cherry cabinetry, top notch stainless steel appliances, over the top tumbled marble back splash, large pantry with lighting and breakfast nook ready for bar stools. Family will love enjoying holiday dinners in large dining room with it’s beautiful hardwoods, recessed lighting and rustic paint tones. Better yet, take the family gathering outside on the newly stained back deck. Second floor is home to master bedroom suite with huge walk in closet, master bathroom with double vanity, soaking tub/Jacuzzi and tiled stall shower. Second and third bedroom are neutral with ample closet space. Second floor is completed with upgraded hall bath and expansive laundry room with option for gas or electric dryer. Additional features include motorized retractable chandelier, making switching out light bulbs a breeze and large basement ready to be finished. Minutes to Bryn Mawr, the Main Line, upscale shopping and conveniently located to all major arteries including Route 3, Route 320 and Route 476. Make sure you add this to your list of homes to see!

 

Features of this home for sale at 112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008

    • Price: $385,000
    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 2 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
    • Unknown
    • Dishwasher
    • Air Conditioning
    • Vaulted Ceiling
    • Status: For Sale
    • Parking: 2-CarParking, Drvwy/Off Str
    • Roof: no
    • Heating: Yes
    • Heating Fuel: yes
    • Basement
    • Security System
    • Lot Size: 1.98 acres
Fees and Taxes

HOA (Quarterly): $450

Public Records for this home for sale at 112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008


    • Single Family Residential
    • 1 Partial Bathroom
    • Built In 2002
    • Heating: Central
    • Exterior Walls: Stucco
    • Basement: Full Basement
    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 4,107 sqft
    • Stories: 2 story with basement
    • Parking
    • 6 Rooms
    • Fireplace
    • 2 Bathrooms
    • Lot Size: 1.98 acres
    • A/C: Central
    • Parking Spaces: 2
    • 1 Unit
    • County: Delaware

 

Price History & Trends


Price History for this home for sale at 112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008


Date Event Price Source Agents
11/29/2007 Sold view detail $400,000 Public recordsPublic records
  • Recording Date
    11/29/2007
  • Contract Date
    11/27/2007
  • Sale Price
    $400,000
  • Price Type
    Full amount stated on Document.
  • City Transfer Tax
    $4,000
  • County Transfer Tax
    $0
  • Total Transfer Tax
    $4,000
  • Transaction Type
    Purchase/Resale Arm’s Length Residential Transaction
  • Document Type
    Deed
05/03/2002 Sold view detail $325,000 Public records Public records

 

Real Estate Trends in 19008

Average listing price for similar homes $362,460 6% below listing price
Average listing price for all homes in 19008 $381,595 1% below listing price

 

PLEASE NOTE: Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have sold or are no longer being offered for sale, they may also have updated pricing and conditions. Please Contact Me for more information about this home for sale at 112 Carli Dr Broomall, PA 19008 in Delaware County in Delaware County and other Homes for sale in Delaware County PA and the Wilmington Delaware Areas

Anthony DiDonato
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, SFR
CENTURY 21 All-Elite Inc.

Home for Sale in Delaware County PA Specialist
3900 Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015
Office Number
: (610) 872-1600 Ext. 124
Cell Number: (610) 659-3999 {Smart Phones Click to Call}

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Apr 24

Green Matters in Real Estate, Surveys Show

Green Matters in Real Estate, Surveys Show

Green Matters in Real Estate, Surveys Show

Green Matters in Real Estate, Surveys Show

Your clients want to hear more about green real estate and why it matters, surveys show.

Whether they’re first-time buyers or existing homeowners, consumers are showing more desire to learn more about environmental matters in housing.

Indeed, 61 percent of homeowners have researched energy-efficient improvements, according to the Bank of America Home buyer Insights Report. Eighty-six percent of homeowners say they have some type of energy-efficient product in their home.

And it’s not just a young generational thing. That same study shows that 93 percent of seniors say they have energy-efficient products in their home compared to 78 percent of millennials.

Indeed, more than half of REALTORS® say that their consumers are showing a greater interest in real estate sustainability issues and practices, according to NAR’s REALTORS® and Sustainability report, which stems from NAR’s new sustainability program. More multiple listing services are adding data fields to spotlight a property’s green features as well.

The green home features REALTORS® say their clients are showing the most interest in involve a home’s efficient use of lighting; a smart or connected home; green community features, such as bike lanes and green spaces; landscaping for water conservation; and renewable energy systems, such as solar and geothermal.

Housing experts offer up several ways homeowners can be more green with their homes and save money to boot, including:

  • Upgrade leaky windows: About one-quarter of a home’s heat loss during colder months is due to the windows and doors. Buying energy-efficient windows can help to improve thermal insulation, preserve energy, and reduce noise and dust in the home, according to Ply Gem, an exterior building product company.
  • Insulate walls and attic: An extra layer of insulation will help curb the work that your heating and cooling systems have to do, according to the BofA report.
  • Improve the heating system and A/C unit: Air conditioning alone eats up more than 8 percent of all the electricity produced in the U.S. Heating accounts for 30 to 50 percent of annual energy bills and is the largest energy expense in most homes in moderate and cooler climates. A more energy-efficient system can help curb costs.
  • Opt for vinyl: Vinyl is one of the most durable, cost-effective solutions for buildings because it’s low maintenance and boasts a long lifespan. It can help save on energy and material costs too, according to the U.S. Green Building Council. Opt for vinyl siding, fence, railing, and windows.

Source, REALTOR® Magazine

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Apr 21

2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

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$264,900

$1,467 /mo

Broomall, PA 19008

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  • Single-Family Home
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
  • 1,032 sqft
  • $257/sqft
  • Lot size: 6,664 sqft
  • Built in 1946

 

2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

 

Home Details for this home for sale at 2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008


Opportunities like this do not come along often. Unpack and move right into this adorable and charming colonial one one of Broomall’s best locations. Tastefully upgraded and maintained with excellence. Cozy and inviting living room and dining room lead to updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances which complete the main floor. Kitchen overlooks amazing sun filled and fenced back yard with beautiful landscaping, great deck for those summer BBQ’s or just evenings around a fire pit. Second floor has large master bedroom with huge closet along with bonus room attached which can be used for a nursery, home office, dressing room. Second bedroom is large and bright and neutral full bathroom completes the second floor. Basement is nicely finished with powder room allowing for even more living space! Loads of closet space for storage along with enclosed washer and dryer area. 2409 Georgian Lane is moments away from all major roads, highways and public transportation.

 

 

Features of this home for sale at 2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008

    • Price: $264,900
    • 2 Bedrooms
    • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
    • Single-Family Home
    • Air Conditioning
    • Fireplace
    • Status: For Sale
    • Colonial Architecture
    • Heating Fuel: gas
    • Basement
    • Lot Size: 6,664 sqft
    • Built in 1946
    • MLS/Source ID: 6965982
    • Zip: 19008
    • 1,032 sqft

Public Records for this home for sale at 2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008


Official property, sales, and tax information from county (public) records as of 03/2016:

    • Single Family Residential
    • 1,032 sqft
    • Stories: 2 story with basement
    • 5 Rooms
    • Style: Conventional
    • 2 Bedrooms
    • Lot Size: 6,665 sqft
    • Heating: Central
    • 1 Unit
    • County: Delaware
    • 1 Bathroom
    • Built In 1946
    • Exterior Walls: Brick
    • Basement: Full Basement

 

 

Price History & Trends


Price History for this home for sale at 2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008


Date Event Price Source Agents
01/26/2001 Sold view detail $135,000 Public recordsPublic records

 

Real Estate Trends in 19008

Average listing price for similar homes $285,278 8% above listing price
Average listing price for all homes in 19008 $381,595 31% above listing price

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have sold or are no longer being offered for sale, they may also have updated pricing and conditions. Please Contact Me for more information about this home for sale at 2409 Georgian Ln Broomall, PA 19008 in Delaware County in Delaware County and other Homes for sale in Delaware County PA and the Wilmington Delaware Areas

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, SFR
CENTURY 21 All-Elite Inc.

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Apr 21

The Big Boomer Sell-Off Coming in the 2020s?

The Big Boomer Sell-Off Coming in the 2020s?

The Big Boomer Sell-Off Coming in the 2020s?

The Big Boomer Sell-Off Coming in the 2020s?

Arthur C. Nelson, a University of Arizona professor, predicts the “great senior sell-off” will occur in the mid to late 2020s. It’s a few years later than what Nelson had originally predicted in 2013 (he originally said by 2020). He says baby boomers are living in their homes longer, holding off on selling in the hopes of netting an even higher price later on.

Indeed, homeowners are holding onto their properties significantly longer than they used to—now about nine to 10 years. With ample housing shortages across the country, they are having a tough time finding a replacement home—but they may also be waiting to recover even more in value from what they may have lost in the Great Recession, Nelson notes.

“It’s not that boomers are going to ‘age in place,’” says Nelson. “They’re going to be stuck in place, and they’re going to make the best of it.” He says that those who can afford it will opt to remodel.

But Nelson says it may not be easy for boomers to sell their homes. Millennials—who are largely expected to be the buyers of boomers’ homes—have differing tastes, with more opting to live in central cities or in the oldest, closest suburbs, or they’re showing preferences for smaller homes and not sprawling McMansions in the exurbs. Nelson says the surrounding cities likely will be the toughest for boomers to sell their homes in.

“The boomers in the exurbs are going to be in a real pickle,” says Nelson. “Even in a dynamic market like Washington, D.C., or other booming cities, the market for those homes is going to be soft.”

Exurbs and rural areas may see the biggest fall-out from the boomer/millennial house preference mismatch, says Jennifer Molinsky, a senior research associate at Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies.

Nevertheless, “the baby boomers are a large generation,” Molinsky says. “Nothing they do is going to happen en masse.” She also believes that boomers will demand a variety of housing options, which will help spread out sales over the time. Therefore, she doesn’t foresee a sudden glut of housing appearing.

Source: “Who Will Buy Baby Boomers’ Homes?” The Atlantic CityLab (April 14, 2017)

 

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Apr 20

377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

 377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware County

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$365,000

$1,986 /mo

Broomall, PA 19008

See your commute times

  • Single-Family Home
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
  • 1,795 sqft
  • $203/sqft
  • Lot size: 9,583 sqft
  • Built in 1956
 377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008  home for sale Delaware County

377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008 home for sale Delaware County

 

Home Details for this home for sale at 377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008


 
Beautiful, expanded, “Lawrence Park” split level home featuring: 3BR/1.5BA, stone/frame w/ vinyl siding, architectural shingle roof, aluminum capping, gutter, & downspouts, private drive and built in (1) car garage provide off street parking for several vehicles, open front porch, and rear screen porch. Main Level: Living room, dining room, updated kitchen w/ maple cabinetry & Corian counters, sunken great room w/ recessed lighting, random width peg hardwood floors, floor to ceiling stone fireplace w/ pellet insert, sliding glass doors to patio, exit to screen porch. Upper Level: 3 bedrooms, hall closet, updated bathroom w/ oversized stall shower, fiberglass bead board wainscot, white vanity & tile floor. Lower Level: Den w/ access to crawlspace, laundry room, powder room, & closet.Other improvements include: gas fired High Efficiency Carrier HVAC system, 200 Amp electric service, vinyl replacement windows, and much more. All just minutes from Center City Philadelphia, the Philadelphia International Airport, and the South Philadelphia Sports Complex!

 

 

Features of this home for sale at 377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008

    • Price: $365,000
    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 1 full, 1 partial Bathrooms
    • Single-Family Home
    • Dishwasher
    • Microwave
    • Air Conditioning
    • Fireplace
    • Status: For Sale
    • Parking: other
    • Colonial Architecture
    • Roof: Other
    • Heating Fuel: gas
    • Basement
    • Lot Size: 9,583 sqft
    • Built in 1956
    • MLS/Source ID: 6965534
    • Zip: 19008
    • 1,795 sqft

Public Records for this home for sale at 377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008


    • Single Family Residential
    • 1 Partial Bathroom
    • Built In 1956
    • 8 Rooms
    • Basement: Full Basement
    • 3 Bedrooms
    • 1,795 sqft
    • A/C: Central
    • 1 Unit
    • Fireplace
    • 1 Bathroom
    • Lot Size: 9,757 sqft
    • Heating: Central
    • Construction: Stone
    • County: Delaware

 

Price History & Trends


Price History for this home for sale at 377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008


Date Event Price Source Agents
04/20/2017 Price Change
+$5K (+1.4%)
$365,000 Long & Foster-Media Long & Foster-Media
04/19/2017 Price Change $360,000 Long & Foster-Media

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have sold or are no longer being offered for sale, they may also have updated pricing and conditions. Please Contact Me for more information about this home for sale at 377 Westfield Dr Broomall, PA 19008 in Delaware County in Delaware County and other Homes for sale in Delaware County PA and the Wilmington Delaware Areas

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CENTURY 21 All-Elite Inc.

Home for Sale in Delaware County PA Specialist
3900 Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015
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Apr 20

Why Removing That Wall Isn’t Always So Easy

Why Removing That Wall Isn’t Always So Easy

 

Why Removing That Wall Isn’t Always So Easy

Why Removing That Wall Isn’t Always So Easy

Design TV shows make it look so easy: Just remove a wall or two and you have the open floor plan you’ve always wanted. But not so fast.

Tearing down a wall could open up a host of other problems—some structural, if not done properly. It could also prove unexpectedly costly.

To hire a professional contractor to remove a wall could cost you anywhere from $500 to $4,000, according to HouseLogic.com. To that cost, you’ll likely want to add a structural engineer to design a customized plan for removing the wall.

“You’ll then get the peace of mind of knowing that you’re not going to do serious damage to your home,” says Jesse Fowler, president of Tellus Design + Build in Southern California.

Too often, homeowners looking for a cost-saving move grab a sledge hammer and do a DIY wall teardown. The risks run high that a number of problems can surface if done incorrectly and without proper preparation, such as the home’s ceiling caving in, electrical problems, and even plumbing issues.

If the homeowner removes a load-bearing wall, “in most cases, the plaster will crack and the ceiling will sag,” says Brian Kelsey, a licensed contractor and host of “Kelsey on the House,” a series of online videos. “The ceiling could cave in right away.” A structural engineer can determine for sure whether the wall is a load-bearing one.

Further, tearing down a wall may also cause damage to an interior wall that contains electrical wiring. “You might not see electrical outlets on the exterior of the wall, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t potential electrical issues beneath the surface,” says J.B. Sassano, president of Mr. Handyman, a national home improvement company based in Ann Arbor, Mich.

And that same wall also may contain plumbing pipes within that, if damaged during the teardown, could even cause your home to flood. “I’ve seen sledgehammers cut right through water pipes,” Kelsey says.

Again, a structural engineer, he says, will be able to advise of any potential plumbing problems before knocking down a wall and whether a plumber should be hired to investigate further before proceeding.

“If you need to relocate a waste line, it’s going to be expensive,” Fowler says.

However, homeowners who want to tear down a wall will find that consulting the right experts will cost them less money in the end than, say, accidentally damaging a water pipe during the removal and opening up bigger issues.

Source: “4 Terrible Tragedies That May Befall You if You Tear Down That Wall,” realtor.com® (April 18, 2017)

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