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Lehigh Valley housing market recovery continues
Lehigh Valley homes continue to sell at a faster clip than in 2012. Sales rose 2.5 percent in Lehigh and Northampton counties last month compared with November 2012, extending the market's steady recovery, according to the HomExpert Report, presented by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach....continue reading.
Town by town: History, community, all with a river view
Along with Westville and Gloucester, National Park appears on the sign for Exit 23, one of the choices for travelers heading south on 1-295 in Gloucester County...continue reading.
Town by town: Hard by Center City, and the price is right
Location for Point Breeze, as with other neighborhoods adjacent to Center City, is bringing change-some welcome, some not so much...continue reading.
Town by town: A borough's slow but continuing revitalization
If you're keeping a list of suburban boroughs on the road to revival, put a check next to Downingtown...continue reading.
Prudential Fox & Roach becomes Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach
With 65 offices accross the region, there was a buzz of activity Nov. 12 when Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors became Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors...continue reading.
Town by town: North of Center City, in the thick of a boom
Christopher J. Ryan is not one to say, "I told you so." Still, more than two decades ago, Ryan-an agent with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach who has been selling real estate and investing in the Art Museum and Fairmount neighborhoods...continue reading.
A new name in the game
The familiar blue and white signs of Prudential Fox & Roach have stood outside of hundreds of for-sale homes around Delaware-until Tuesday....continue reading.
Prudential offices to adopt Berkshire Hathaway name
The familiar blue-and-white Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors signs were retired Tuesday, replaced by a new color scheme and a new name....continue reading.
Prudential Fox & Roach changes to Berkshire Hathaway brand
A Delaware Valley real-estate company with offices in Cape May and Atlantic counties is hoping its new name will translate into increased rentals and sales. Prudential Fox & Roach on Tuesday officially became Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors, a mouthful for a company with 65 offices in Pennsylvania, Delaware and South Jersey.....continue reading.
Lehigh Valley Realtor launches Berkshire Hathaway name
Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors, which includes Prudential Patt, White – the largest residential real estate agency in the Lehigh Valley – today officially became Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach Realtors....continue reading.
Fox & Roach finally gets its new name
Prudential Fox & Roach will officially get its new name today-Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach....continue reading.
Kick-off party at Warren Buffet-owned Easton company
It was a ribbon-cutting with a charitable twist at a new Easton realtor....continue reading.
Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors becomes Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors
With 65 offices across the region, there will be a buzz of activity on Nov. 12 when Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors changes to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors....continue reading.
Town by town: Sales challenges in a South Jersey stalwart
The city of Camden has 620 more people. Winslow Township is larger by 34 square miles. But Cherry Hill is the center of Camden County's universe...continue reading.
Prudential Fox & Roach getting new name, look as Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
Home buyers will start to see some new cabernet-and-cream real-estate signs cropping up around South Jersey as Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors is rebranded Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, Realtors....continue reading.
Area home sales increase
Home sales in the 12-county Philadelphia region rose 15.7 percent in the first three quarters of 2013 compared with the same period last year...continue reading.
Town by town: The price is right, and so is the location
When real estate agents came up with their "location, location, location" mantra, they must have been referring to Bensalem...continue reading.
Town by town: Reviving town linked with a growing university
Yet again, Glassboro is getting its groove back. It's an era of re-reinvention for the Gloucester County borough...continue reading.
Town by town: Neighborhood offers quiet charm, with hustle and bustle nearby
A review on the social-media site Yelp describes Fitler Square as "perfect for nighttime strolls and pensive reflections"...continue reading.
Town by town: The problem? More buyers than houses
It's Royers-FORD. Developer Marshal Granor recalls being corrected at the first public meeting on his proposal to turn an industrial site along the Schuylkill...continue reading.
Town by town: Pocket of city steeped in history, but affordable
It's a leafy oasis, a neighborhood many people long to move to but whose residents never want to leave: Girard Estate, specifically the L-shaped historic district...continue reading.
Home sales hit highest level since 2007
Sales of previously owned homes rose unexpectedly in August to the highest level since 2007 as potential buyers rushed to lock in deals before mortgage rates increased further.
But the industry's trade group warned that home sales could slow in the coming months due to higher borrowing costs and prices.
Existing-home sales rose 1.7% in August from a month earlier to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.48 million, the National Association of Realtors saidThursday. That was the best month of sales since February 2007, when home values were just beginning to decline from the housing bubble. The pace was 13.2% higher than the same period last year.
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Town by town: A blend of old and new, on the comeback trail
Chester Springs is, in large part, a state of mind, an address evoking a vision of rolling hills, cornfields, and 18th-century Pennsylvania stone farmhouses...continue reading.
Big jump in home sales, prices in Lehigh Valley
What a difference a year makes. Last month, buyers snapped up 714 homes in the Lehigh Valley, a nearly 23 percent increase over July 2012...continue reading.
Major area real-estate firm sold
Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors, one of the nation's largest independent real estate brokerage companies, said Wednesday that it had been acquired by HomeServices of America Inc...continue reading.
Town by town: Housing market as strong as neighboring crops
Drive a couple of miles down Route 322 East from Exit 2 of the New Jersey Turnpike, and you get a real feel for Mullica Hill...continue reading.
Town by town: Drawn by the commute, staying for many reasons
It may not be the town that I-95 built, but the highway certainly has helped make Lower Markfield the place it is today...continue reading.
Town by town: A place that keeps them coming back
You'd expect Robert "Rocky" D'Entremont, a longtime resident who also sells real estate and insurance in Mount Holly, to be a township booster...continue reading.
County home sales numbers continue uptick
The Chester County real estate market continues to improve, according to the latest report issued by Prudential Fox & Roach...continue reading.
Home sales up in June; prices flat
Lehigh Valley home sales continued to increase in June...continue reading.
Town by town: Houses sell like hotcakes in Collegeville
There appear to be many more people who want to live in Collegeville Borough than can fit inside of its 1.6 square miles, so finding the perfect house right on the edge is just fine, too...continue reading.
Town by town: Drawn by access and afordability
There are faster wats to get to Gloucester Township than along N.J. Route 168, especially during rush hour, but for those unfamiliar with the interior of Camden County...continue reading.