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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

West Chester Remodel

Freshly Detailed and Ready to Go!! Westtown Twp!  
Easy Access to all major Commuting Routes and West Chester Boro!! Must See! 

6077029, 3 beds, 2 baths

Call 610-883-2739 for your Private Showing and Consultation

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Immaculate Townhome in West Chester

Enjoy an open backyard with out the hassle of taking care of it. 
Immaculate, bright 3 BR, 2.5 BA end unit. Prime location, walking trails through development, community playground, and basketball court for your enjoyment.

6077404, 3 beds, 3 baths

Call 610-883-2739 for your private showing of this home.

Listing Courtesy of  Keller Williams Real Estate -Exton

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Struggling Economy Drives Low Mortgage Loan Interest Rates

 Despite the pall and gloom surrounding the nation’s real estate market, there are pockets across the country showing some recovery signs. A new economic index released by the National Association of Home Builders measuring improvement in areas such as housing permits, employment and housing prices for at least six months found a string of cities slowly emerging from the housing slump. On the spotlight are: Alexandria, LA; Anchorage, AK; Bangor, ME; Bismarck, ND; Casper, WY; Fairbanks, AK; Fayetteville, NC; Houma, LA; Midland, TX; New Orleans, LA; Pittsburgh, PA and Waco, TX. “By examining key indicators of home prices, employment and housing permits data, we are using a comprehensive, but conservative method in determining which markets are improving,” said NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe in a press release. “Last year at this time, there was not a single market that showed improvement using these criteria, and now we can point to 12 examples of growth.” Crowe said many of the states represented in the list were energy-rich areas with strong employment driving housing demand. Whatever the reason, any sign of growth is a bonus these days and we can all surely hope that the good showing in these cities would rub off on its neighbors.

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