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.
Don't fight the home inspection
Question: We are selling our house and have just received an offer to purchase. The offer contains a contingency for the buyer to obtain a home inspection report.
The buyer is asking for a general inspection contingency, but our real estate broker is advising us to use the specific inspection contingency. Can you explain the difference
and give us some assistance?
Answer: In my opinion, it is imperative for a homebuyer to obtain a home inspection after the contract for sale is signed by all parties.
6 interior home remodeling projects that give the best bang for the buck
Trying to make your home “Flip or Flop”-worthy? Home renovations that return the most at resale aren’t particularly sexy, but they can be. The home project that pays back
the most money when you sell comes from a project that’s invisible unless you climb into the attic, according to the Remodeling 2017 Cost vs. Value Report.
Why millennials are moving the needle on the real estate market
Feb. 2 - Homeownership is on the rise again in the United States, and millennials make up the largest segment of buying. The climbing rate is a boost to
both the real estate and retail sectors because new homeowners buy plenty of products, from furniture to lawnmowers, to fill their abodes.
Housing: Real estate market unfazed by changes to tax law, so far
Feb. 8, WASHINGTON - Were fears overblown that changes to the federal tax law would trigger plunging home values?
You might recall the scary predictions from the realty industry and some economists that began last fall: Cutting tax benefits for homeowners would inevitably lead to declines
of 4 percent to 10 percent in home prices, and maybe even more for upper-bracket properties in high-tax areas.
Notable real estate trends to watch for in 2018
Dec. 8 - As the real estate market continues to evolve, new trends are emerging for 2018. Buyers will be more in control as the housing supply will
finally catch up with buyer demand, according to a report by Realtor.com. Additionally, more millennials will be looking to get out of their parents’ basement and purchase
a home of their own.
Real estate forecast for 2018: Mostly sunny, with a few clouds
Dec. 4 - The experts agree that now is still a great time to be invested in Philadelphia real estate. Even if, as one local real estate mogul said, we're
sailing into uncharted waters.
We’ve seen the emergence of a residential seller’s market in the city the likes of which this area has never seen before. Construction cranes have been kept busy assembling
ever-taller office buildings and new high-end apartment towers. The makeover of the region’s premier edge city and many of its shopping malls continues apace. And everyone seems quite pleased with the money they’re making doing all of this.
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.