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Winterizing your Vacation Home or Snowbird Nest

Posted by Cori Seraydarian on November 06, 2019 in  Real Estate Advice
It’s that time again. We look up into the sky and see flocks of them leaving us – the annual migration of the Mid-Atlantic snowbirds heading to their winter homes. If this is your first year away from snow and ice, or even if you have racked up millions of airline points, here are a few pointers. 1. Protect Your Pipes to Avoid Water Damage by Turning Off Your Water Supply If a pipe bursts or leaks while you are away, it could cause significant damage. Consider completely turning off the water supp... read more
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Get Your Mind INTO the Gutter!

Posted by Jay Ginsberg on November 06, 2019 in  Real Estate Advice
Water is the number one problem for every home. We want to do whatever possible to make sure the home is waterproof. If you’re like most homeowners, you probably don’t think about your rain gutters often or realize what an important role they play in keeping your home and property safe from water damage.   The Many Ways That Gutters Defend Your Home Your home is made up of multiple components, which makes it vulnerable to damage from rainwater, especially in these key areas: · &nbs... read more
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Celtic Fest 9/27-9/19 Bethlehem PA

Posted by Maureen Scullion on September 02, 2019 in  Lehigh Valley  Things to Do in Lehigh Valley
Celtic Classic Highland Games and Festival is a 3 day event being held from 27th September to the 29th September 2019 in Bethlehem. This event showcases amazing farm border collies, competitive Highland games, many live musical performances, parade opening ceremonies, highland dance, a song writing contest, grade 4 pipe band competition, children crafts and lots more! The Celtic Classic historically attracts over 260,000 visitors to the downtown Historic Bethlehem. Presented by the Celtic Cultural Alliance, a ... read more
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The Octagonal Schoolhouse is located at Swamp Road and Second Street Pike (Rt. 232) Schools have existed in Wrightstown Township since c.1721. These early schools were organized by a Board of Trustees and parents paid a tuition for their children to attend. Often the Quaker Meeting would pay for those children whose parents were not able to afford the necessary fees. In 1802 a group of residents banded together to lease this land (at what is now the corner of Swamp Road and Second Street Pike) for 99 years from Jos... read more
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6 Reasons why your mortgage application was declined

Posted by Cynthia Rundatz on September 02, 2019 in  Buying a home  Mortgage
It can be a devastating experience to be declined a mortgage for the home you thought you would be making your future in. If your mortgage application was denied, know that you aren’t alone. Nearly 11% of mortgage applications were denied in 2017, according to the latest available data from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Below are seven of the most common reasons your mortgage application might not be approved, according to the CFPB — and then how to move forward. 1. You... read more
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