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

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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

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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

JUST LISTED: Washington SqW 1BR Condo Only 200K – WOW!

 

 

1BR Granite Kitchen and Bath!

• 911 sq. ft., 1 bath, 1 bdrm Condominium –  MLS® $200,000 – Just Listed!

 –  Short Sale – Located in the completely refurbished historic Victory Building in the heart of Center City across from Jefferson Hospital, this stunning condo boasts 900+sqft of living space, 12+ft. soaring ceilings, newer carpeting and neutral custom paint. Granite countertops in both kitchen & bathroom. Master bedoom suite has walk in closet & full bath. Featuring 24 hr. security, a gorgeous main lobby entrance, elevator, unique French 2nd Empire style architecture, amazing staircases, skylights and hallways, bellman, fitness center..the list goes on. Highly sought after location convenient to 3 major hospitals, colleges, theaters, fine dining, shopping and entertainment, major transportation and all of the main arteries in/out of the city! All of this plus the remainder of a 10 yr. Tax Abatement which started 1/1/06. Short Sale. Inspections welcome, being sold as is. Conventional or Cash Only. NO FHA/VA loans.   Property information

 

 

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

Reality TV and Real Estate

If it weren’t for having a 5 year old, HGTV would be on my television 24 hours a day. Shows like Designed to Sell, Buy Me, Get It Sold, and Hidden Potential  can be great “tools” to ask clients to watch. On shows geared towards sellers, real estate “experts” walk through the property picking out all of the reasons why they feel the home is not selling while the owners sit back, watch, listen and cringe. Typically for about 2,000.00 designers will come in and stage the home. The transformation is amazing sometimes netting a seller thousands in return. While not everyone will have 2000.00 to spend getting their home ready for sale, decluttering a room and a can of paint can work wonders and can completely change the feel of any room.

Other shows like Hidden Potential (which brings an architect along for the ride with buyers through homes they would typically run from upon entering) and shows them the “hidden potential” of the home within the specified budget of the buyer. The show can really help buyers have an open mind and more importantly, vision.

On the down side of reality TV and real estate, some of the things that personally make me either laugh or scream are … how hilarious is it when the agent sits down with the client to write an offer and it’s one piece of paper and they’re done!?! While I am sure they must stay within a specified time frame for the show, this is not true reality TV.  Here in PA, there is a mountain of paperwork that must be completed just to make an offer! Secondly, the other night I was watching a show geared toward first time home buyers, there was a bidding war on a condo. The agent suggested to her clients they drop the mortgage contingency on their offer to get the condo. My jaw just dropped and I had to wonder who’s best interest she was looking out for … fortunately the “virgin” buyer told the agent absolutely not and although they lost the condo to another bid, they didn’t lose their shirts!