Sept. 30, 2016

Things You Need to Know About Real Estate Disclosures

Sept. 29, 2016

Designing a perfect coastal home

Sept. 23, 2016

Wishing you all the luck, Philadelphia Eagles!

Sept. 23, 2016

Tips on buying your first home

Sept. 23, 2016

Tips on buying a "for sale by owner" home.

Sept. 22, 2016

Real Estate Market Is Getting Stronger

Sept. 21, 2016

76% Of US Homeowners Now Have at Least 20% Equity in Their Homes!

Many homeowners with more than 20% equity in their home would be able to use that equity as a down payment on either a larger home, or even a retirement home.

If you are one of the many Americans who are unsure of how much equity you have in your home, don’t let that be the reason you fail to move on to your dream home this year!


Sept. 20, 2016

Inforgraph of Houses Sold all over the country.

Homes sold in less than 60 days in 38 out of 50 states and Washington D.C.

Homes sold in less than 30 days in 17 states

I can tell you that I strive to be the best Realtor I can be. Whether helping a first time buyer purchase a home or a move up buyer I take great pride in my Real Estate Business!

I am awarded the #1 Agent RE/MAX Achievers 2015






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Sept. 19, 2016

First Vegfest on Phoenixville was a huge success

A crowd of 2,000 people attended the first Phoenixville VegFest on Saturday on the corner of Bridge and Main streets to learn about healthy lifestyle changes and enjoy delicious food. The health-oriented festival featured a plethora of vegan food vendors, animal advocate groups, environmentally safe products for sale and live music.

VegFest organizer Zoe Sakos, a vegan, said she was inspired by similar festivals held throughout the Philadelphia region. Sakos thought Phoenixville would be a great town to host a VegFest of its own. She noted her husband, a chef at the Great American Pub, has had a great response to the vegan options he has included on the menu.

With the 100 block of Main Street shut down, more than 50 vendors sets up tents featuring healthy vegan entrees, smoothies, clothing and jewelry. Many Phoenixville restaurants in the borough also offered a vegan dish in honor of the festival. Additionally, there were several non profit groups on hand, including the Nourish Mobile, the Peace Advocacy Network and the Pig Placement Network, all who shared educational information with the crowd.

Gangster Vegan, a new vegan restaurant celebrated its grand opening in Phoenixville on Saturday as well. Rabih Khoury, owner of a vegan apparel business, partnered up Gangster Vegan to sell tee shirts promoting veganism. Khoury also sells hats and other apparel, all with vegan friendly slogans.

“It’s important to be vegan for different reasons, for everybody. Whether it’s for your health, or the universe, or the planet. Whatever your reason is, go for it. One thing we don’t want to see is people judging other people for their reasons going vegan. I’ve seen a lot of that and it’s not a good way to encourage others,” Khoury commented.

Sept. 16, 2016

McKelvin for Eagles game against Bears, Ertz needs recovery.

 Eagles starters Zach Ertz and Leodis McKelvin didn’t practice Thursday, but Doug Pederson hasn’t been ruled out of the Monday night game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.

Pederson said Ertz’s first rib on the left side has a 7 mm displacement. The injury is serious enough for the Eagles to avoid putting the tight end into contact situations.

A 7 mm displacement is significant for the first rib, which is located at the top of the chest near the neck. Generally the therapy is rehabbing the muscles around it to enable it to ease back into place.

Ertz made tough catches pivotal to the opening touchdown drive and the march that put the opposition away in the Eagles 29-10 season opening win over the Cleveland Browns. He was hurt in the second quarter after hauling in a Carson Wentz but played the rest of the game. Safety Ibraheim Campbell made the hit in Ertz.

McKelvin exited in the second half with a strained hamstring, veteran Ron Brooks and rookie Jalen Mills stepping into the lineup.

McKelvin also is week-to-week.

Pederson indicated the Eagles will monitor the injuries before making roster moves, if at all.

The good news at tight end is veteran Trey Burton (calf) returned to practice. Burton had a solid offseason.

In a pinch, safeties Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McCleod could step in at cornerback.

The Eagles also could promote undrafted rookie corner C.J. Smith from the practice squad.

The Eagles are 3-point underdogs versus the Bears, who blew a 14-10 lead in a 23-14 road loss to the Houston Texans.

The Bears have won two of the last three games in the series, quarterback Jay Cutler throwing for 247 yards and four four TDs in the last meeting at Soldier Field.


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