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Diane Williams

  • 2013-2015 Five Star Professional Real Estate Agent

  • Past REALTOR OF THE YEAR

  • Weichert Realtors President's and Ambassador's Clubs

  • Weichert Realtors Million Dollar Sales & Marketed Clubs

  • State PAR Excellence Club, Gold Lifetime Member

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  • Looking for a home in Skippack, Harleysville or Worcester?
    Take this VISUAL TOUR of the nearby historic village of Lederach
    and the quaint village of Skippack.



        
    SERVICE AREAS

    Montgomery County
  • North Penn Area
    (includes Lansdale)

  • Souderton Area
    (includes Harleysville)

  • Lower Gwynedd Area
    (includes Blue Bell)

    Bucks County
  • Doylestown
    (includes Chalfont)
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    This Month's Feature Property

    1349 Fording Brook Rd, Gwynedd Valley, PA  Listing  Video Tour




    Diane Williams honored

    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PA - Diane Williams, a sales associate in the Blue Bell office of Weichert, Realtors, was recently named part of Weichert's Top 300 in Associate Earnings, placing her in the top 10 in the region and 194 company-wide out of nearly 18,000 associates. COMPLETE STORY

    Mortgage applications surge 13.5% as borrowers rush to take advantage of lower rates

    Jan 16 - Mortgage application volume rose 13.5 percent last week, compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association's seasonally adjusted index. COMPLETE STORY

    6 Tax Breaks for Homeowners

    Jan 16 - Whether you’re gearing up to file your taxes this year, researching what’s ahead for next year or simply contemplating the benefits to buying a house in the future, there’s a lot to consider.

    Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which takes effect for tax filings for the 2018 calendar year, standard deduction increases will likely mean far fewer Americans will need to itemize their returns to receive the maximum amount of money back. As many as 27 million fewer taxpayers may need to itemize their taxes, according to an estimate from the Tax Policy Center. COMPLETE STORY

    Sales Slump Forces Builders to Offer Incentives Again

    Jan 14 - More builders reportedly are offering incentives to attract home shoppers, including paying closing costs, buying down mortgage rates, and even cutting prices—a move builders are usually reluctant to make, the Los Angeles Times reports. “We are really working a little bit harder to get people in the door and to get people excited,” Mark Mullin, a real estate professional who sells new homes in the L.A. area, told the Times. “These are things [builders] were not having to do a year ago.” COMPLETE STORY

    Where to get interest-free loans as the longest-ever government shutdown continues

    Jan 11 - With the government shutdown now in its third week, financial regulators are urging creditors to work with borrowers who may have seen their paychecks stop.

    Federal workers unable to meet their mortgages, student loans or credit cards bills should be met with "safe-and-sound" lending practices, wrote a group of agencies, including the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The agencies, in a statement, encouraged financial institutions to consider "prudent efforts" to modify terms on existing loans or extend new credit to help affected borrowers. COMPLETE STORY

    Lennar chairman: Interest rate drop pushes homebuyers back into the market

    Jan 9 - After a tough fourth quarter, Lennar's chairman, Stuart Miller, said December's interest rate drop spurred a surge in customer traffic through its model homes.

    As one of the nation's largest homebuilders, with a national footprint, what's good for Lennar could bode well for the broader market for new homes in 2019. COMPLETE STORY

    Will 2019 Be The Year of the Millennial Homebuyer?

    Jan 4 - Only 32 percent of millennials owned a home in 2015, according to a 2018 Millennial Homeownership Report from the Urban Institute. However, that might change in 2019.

    While interest rates are rising, housing prices are expected to stabilize, offering additional affordable options to first-time homebuyers. Plus, mortgage lenders are experimenting with new ways to check creditworthiness and streamline the application process. COMPLETE STORY

      


    Brian Turner, Jordan Mariano and Diane Williams
    in Weichert's Blue Bell office. Read article



    "Succeeding by Design" seminar panel


    Jim Weichert presenting Diane with the Regional
    Award at the Kimmel Center for top sales.



    Left to Right: Fred Sherman, Alan Greenspan,
    Diane Williams, Anthony Santomero



    Diane (fourth from the right) at The Closing Bell of
    the New York Stock Exchange.

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