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5 Reasons to visit Bethlehem (PA) for Christmas 1. Evening Stroll through Bethlehem: It’s not called Christmas City for nothing! This time of year the historic district of Bethlehem puts on it’s fancy dress with fairy lights, window candles and miles of garland. The shops stay open later on the weekends and the many restaurants are filled with music and folks in the holiday spirit. You can even purchase tickets for an evening stroll with a doscnet who will provide you with historic details and context. ... read more
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Should I buy a generator for my house?

Posted by Stephanie Schade on November 29, 2019 in  Preparing for Emergencies  Real Estate Advice
Electrical power outages are unavoidable in our area. “SnowTober” the Delaware River Floods and Hurricane Sandy, just to name a few, were all incidents that cause local power outages for a week or more in duration for many areas in Bucks County. So what’s a homeowner to do?One increasingly popular option is to purchase a standby generator, also known as a whole-house generator. These power-producing machines are your own personal electrical power source. Within seconds of a blackout, a standb... read more

Holiday Choral Concerts - Bucks County

Posted by Maureen Scullion on November 29, 2019 in  Bucks County PA  Things to do in Bucks County
Bucks County Choral Society: The Bucks County Choral Society is a symphonic choir composed of upwards of 120 auditioned singers whose mission is to give memorable performances of outstanding choral music and to enrich the community through the choral music experience. Saturday, December 14th, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Doylestown PA Sunday, December 15th, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, Doylestown PA Britten, Ceremony of Carols and Annual Festival of Christmas Music With... read more
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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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