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Fox Chase Horsham Philadelphia Upper Darby Center City
Fox Chase Twin Estate Sale Now Only 148,500
Horsham Townhome Estate Sale Now Only 185,000
Upper Darby Multi-Unit Short Sale Now Only 95,000
Washington Square West Condo Now Only 88,500
Mayfair Row Short Sale Now Only 89,900
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Philly Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes, Presented by Independence Blue Cross

Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes Philadelphia

Date:             October 6, 2012
Time:            8am registration, 9:30am warm-up
Location:     Philadelphia Museum of Art

My friend’s nephew was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in September of 2011. He will be “stepping out” to help raise money for ADA to try to find a cure. Many of you, including myself, has a friend or family member with this disease. Please, even the smallest amount helps!

To go to Ethan Clark’s page and make a donation, please click here.

Fundraiser: Accept the Challenge! Bike MS Ride, City to Shore 2011

MS Ride to the Shore National MS Society
This weekend, John Simpson, son of one of my friends and a RE/MAX associate, Jack Simpson, will be riding 75 miles in the MS City to Shore Ride to Support the National MS Society.
John has raised some money but still needs to raise more and he is hoping you might be able to help him reach his minimum goal of $300.00.
All money is tax-deductible and goes to the National MS Society which is a national leader in MS research.
If you can help support John, please click here … any and all donations are appreciated!

Kim Schreiner, ePRO, SFR, Realtor
RE/MAX Office: 215.992.1726
Cell: 215.510.2149


Open House Sunday 5/15 1230-330 Meadowbrook, Philadelphia PA 19154

COME ON OUT 5/15 FROM 1230-330!
Enjoy some yummy cookies and tour this lovely home!

3333 Comly Rd. # 34
Philadelphia, PA 19154

Directions? Click Here for Google Map!

Meadowbrook, Philadelphia, PA 19154
1.5 baths, 2 BRs, 2 story Contemporary Townhome
REDUCED! NOW ONLY MLS® $135,000 – Rarely Offered End of Row

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Kim Schreiner, ePRO, SFR, Realtor

RE/MAX Affiliates, NE
The #1 RE/MAX Office in the City of Philadelphia
Office: 215.992.1726
Cell: 215.510.2149

Private Community: Meadowbrook, Philadelphia PA 19154 Park/Creek View ONLY $137,000

1.5 baths, 2 BRs, 2 story Contemporary Townhome
 MLS® $137,000 – Rarely Offered End of Row

Meadowbrook, Philadelphia, PA 19154  –  Rarely offered end of row 2 story townhome in park-like setting with fabulous creekside views. Relax and unwind on your secluded patio; enjoy the outdoors .. feels like country living.

Glass block, ceramic tiled entry into modern yet cozy living room featuring a gas fireplace and sliding glass doors. Eat In Kitchen has new gas oven/stove, a built-in microwave, dishwasher, dining area and a main floor powder room.

Large Master Bedroom boasts an enormous, lighted walk in closet, lots of storage! 2nd Bedroom is also plenty big with large closet and built-in desk and shelving. Both bedrooms have ceiling fans and recessed lighting can be found throughout this lovely home. Main bathroom featuresdouble sinks and is ceramic tiled. There is a second floor laundry and the washer and dryer are included in the sale.

Gas heat, central air and new hot water tank complete this home. Make it yours today! FHA/VA Approved. One Time Capital Contributon of 500.00 paid by buyer at closing.  

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Kim Schreiner, ePRO, SFR, Realtor

RE/MAX Affiliates, NE
The #1 RE/MAX Office in the City of Philadelphia
Office: 215.992.1726
Cell: 215.510.2149

Legg Calve Perthes Disease: Benefit for Jim Burke

Jim BurkeOn May 14, 2011 the family and friends of Jim Burke, from West Mayfair, will be hosting a fundraiser in hopes to raise money to help ease some of the financial burdens and costs during Jim’s battle of a rare degenerative bone disease called Legg Calve Perthes Disease. He is a 16 year old sophomore who attends Father Judge High School.

Jim was diagnosed with this rare disease when he was five, and since then he was underwent some extensive operations, but finally in 2005 he was given the clear and reassured he could be as active as he wanted and that he would not encounter any problems till much later in life. With that being said he joined the track team for Resurrection of Our Lord in 8th grade. He placed 1st in the city for the Philadelphia and 8th in the state for the Penn Relays along with other high placements in other relays. Jim is a Varsity wrestler for Judge; he works at it year round. He loved attending wrestling camps to improve himself, because he wanted to be the best. Jim received “Best Novice Wrestler” his freshman year and despite everything he has been through Jim has grown into an amazing young man who works hard at everything and gives his all to anything he puts his mind to. He is an Honor Student and has ranked 88 in a class of 278.

Presently the doctor told him that he can no longer wrestle or do his daily routine. Jim needs to undergo a major operation to restructure and rebuild his hip. He is no longer allowed to bear weight and must use crutches or a wheelchair to get around, and attends physical therapy three times a week. After his surgery it will take Jim three months before he can walk again and nine months before he will be rehabilitated. His mother Stephanie recently lost her job due to the economy and this is going to make the emotional struggle over the next year also a financial struggle. Many handicap modifications need to be made to the home.

If you could help in any way it would be greatly appreciated. We are asking for any help you can offer by donating gift certificates for items, actual items for baskets or to raffle independently or by making a monetary donation to help the Family. In appreciation, a complete list of donors will be printed in our program to encourage our patrons to support your business. If you would like to mail a gift to our attention it would be very much appreciated.

You can mail donated items to David Burke, c/o The James Burke Benefit Fund, 3224 Wellington Street, Philadelphia, PA 19149. Tax id is 27-5160783

If you wish to make a monetary donation, you can mail donations to:
James Burke Benefit Fund, c/o Wachovia Bank, Attention: Robert Carr
6420 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19135

To purchase tickets to the benefit please email the jimburkebenefit@hotmail.com The Benefit will be held on Saturday, May 14th, 2011 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. This event will take place at Daly’s Irish Pub at 4201-4211 Comly Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19135. Tickets will be $30.00 in advance and $35.00 at the door.

Thanking you in advance for your generosity.
The Benefit for Jim Burke Committee
Remember “It’s Hip to Help”
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Kim Schreiner, ePRO, SFR, Realtor
RE/MAX Affiliates, NE
The #1 RE/MAX Office in the City of Philadelphia
Office: 215.992.1726
Cell: 215.510.2149

Terrible Texting

The next time you think of it when you are in a public place, look around you. Notice how many people have their heads down, texting someone or playing with their phone.

Yesterday when I picked my son up at school I made the hilarious observation of many parents with their heads down texting or messing around with their phones while waiting for their kids to come out. Almost every parent was typing something. I seriously should have taken a picture with my own phone.

Are our lives THAT busy? Do we all think we are THAT important? Do we really think anyone cares that we just finished doing the laundry? (Yep, I’ve posted that.)  Have a headache today? (Guilty.) Burped? (Not sure if I am guilty of this one. But my sister in law, love you, had stinky feet yesterday.) Ever take a picture of what you were eating and post it … ummmm … who cares? (Yes. Guilty of this, too.) Why do I think you even care to read my blog? Yes, I am that important!  ::Giggle::

It’s even more comical when you go to a restaurant and see 2 people sitting across from each other, texting. No conversation. I am guilty of this myself. My husband and son will play the DS and I will work from my phone until my dinner comes out. In a sense, it’s peaceful, quiet time. My son is busy and bonding with Dad and I get to eat, have a beer AND get caught up on some work.

Geesh… we are a sad generation, I must say. While the technology today is wonderful — everyone expects things to be responded to immediately….  In my best panicky voice … “What? Your phone isn’t hooked up to your Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn/MySpace accounts? I emailed you a minute ago .. and you didn’t respond, did you get my email?” Sound familiar?

Maybe my parents have it right? They don’t have call waiting, they don’t have a computer and they just recently purchased a cell phone (for emergency use only) that does not accept text messages or take pictures, video or movies.

OMG! Personally …. I’d die.  So I am not knocking anyone, I am very guilty of all of this abuse myself. My career demands it; and many times, if I don’t respond quickly I lose the client, it’s the nature of the beast today.  Have you noticed social interaction today? Many people can’t look at you and have a decent conversation at the same time. It’s funny and sad at the same time.

Well .. I have to go now, my phone is blinking I have a message …..

Kim Schreiner, ePRO, SFR, Realtor
RE/MAX Affiliates, NE
The #1 RE/MAX Office in the City of Philadelphia
Office: 215.992.1726
Cell: 215.510.2149