Ken Marcellus, Sales Associate

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Ken Marcellus
Ken Marcellus
A resident of Springfield, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and graduate of Drexel University, I'm well acquainted with the many unique neighborhoods within southeastern Pennsylvania. I have 22+ years of working experience in the real estate industry. My background includes marketing, mortgage financing, real estate investment and many valuable experiences to be shared with my clients. I strive to assist Sellers in creating value for a successful sale and guide Buyer's through the purchase of the perfect home for them.  

Company Overview

A successful sale or purchase begins with the right choice for representation.  As the regions leader in sales in both volume and homes sold, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach Realtors has the resources available to provide the highest levels of marketing and service. Our automated Digital Home Marketing System creates, publishes and distributes unique custom content for listed homes, including mobile-enabled, responsive Single Property Websites, IDX Virtual Tours and YouTube videos. Syndicated marketing with many major real estate related search engines put your home at the forefront of web searches. Our behind the scenes professionals are second to none in the industry and coordinate the significant amount of processes necessary for a successful sale.

Whether buying or selling a home, my goal is to exceed my client's expectations. I am proud to be a part of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach Realtors® family of real estate services. Using the latest technologies available with a great attention to detail, the professionals within the organization are dedicated to doing what it takes to make your sale or purchase successful. If you are considering a move, my team and I welcome the opportunity to make your experience the best it can be.
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