5 Traits to Look for in Your Agent

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BUYERS + SELLERS: How did you find your agent? Any advice for those still looking for one?

AGENTS: What traits do you think are important for buyers and sellers to look for? Why?

In this internet era, we’ve gotten to a place where we require all of our information in bite-sized, white-and-charcoal grey pieces. But when it comes to creating interpersonal and professional relationships that really work, lists of interview questions and “what to Google” articles can fall short of fully fleshing out the factors that make us mesh with someone.

So let’s go a little deeper. Picking a real estate agent is a business and a relationship challenge – one which has a potentially massive impact on your finances and future enjoyment of the place you and your family live. If you take that seriously, here are a handful of characteristics I recommend you look for as you evaluate prospective agents.

1. Creativity. Some transactions go precisely as planned, clicking right along on schedule. Others – many others – get messy:

  • the loan underwriter issues bizzaro, last-minute document demands

  • the appraisal comes in low

  • the buyer backs out

  • you see 50 homes without any winners, or

  • the inspection reports reveal issues that make you wonder whether the home is a diamond in the rough or a money pit.

Whether your transaction will be easy-peasy or uber-messy, you cannot know until you’re in it. When you’re agent-hunting, it behooves you to look for someone who has the experience and creative problem-solving skill to help you methodically think through the facts, surface alternatives, propose solutions and engineer obstacle workarounds – just in case the going gets tough.

2. Deep, varied expertise. Buying or selling a home is much more of a lifestyle design experience than it is a financial transaction, truth be told. To do it with results that work well for yourself, your family and your finances for the duration, you need an agent that’s an eager partner with you. One that will deep-dive into all the nooks and crannies of your aesthetics, your psychology, your life plans, your financials and even your relationship dynamics.

You also need an agent with deep – not surface – understanding of homes, neighborhoods and local real estate market metrics, practices and contracts, and someone who deeply *gets* the home buying or selling process itself – so they can brief you on it and fruitfully coach you through it.

Have you ever taken a class from a novice teacher vs. a class from an experienced professor? The difference is nuance: a deep, mature understanding of a complex subject allows the more experienced instructor to give you insights into patterns they’ve spotted over time and repeat transactions. Same goes for your real estate pro: you want to make sure that either your agent or someone that will be working with them on your transaction (like their manager or broker) has deep knowledge and understanding in most or all of these areas, so they can share the nuanced insights and patterns they have spotted in the past which you can harness to your advantage in the present.

3. Calm resilience. When you lose out on a home to other offers, it can feel like the end of the world. When you list your home, stage it to the nines, and not a single offer is forthcoming, feelings of discouragement, frustration and even depression can easily arise. In both cases, it’s easy to delve into fear (fear that you’ll never get the home you need, or will never be able to move on to the next stage of your life) or paralysis (freezing up because you just don’t know what to do – period).

A great agent – and there are thousands and thousands out there – can bring a massive, game-changing dose of calm resilience to the table. They’ve been through this before. They know that there are lots of homes and lots of buyers out there, so losing out on any one is not a death knell to your dreams. They also know how to tell the difference between a normal delay in receiving an offer or an acceptance on your market and when your approach requires some serious course correction (see #4, below).

A great agent will be able to receive the news that you’ve lost out on a home or take in negative feedback from a prospective buyer, call you and deliver it calmly and right along with some smart, constructive suggestions for action items you should work on next, to keep the process moving forward.

4. Frankness and optimism. You want – no – you need your agent to be frankly honest. You need them to be frankly honest with themselves and with you about all facets of the reality you’ll face as you proceed through your transaction. Sellers, you cannot afford to have an agent who will let you persist in fantasy-land beliefs about what your home is worth – contrary to all evidence as to what homes in your area are actually selling for and feedback (read: silence) from prospective buyers who have seen your home – without challenging you to look at the data and adjust your pricing strategy. Buyers, by the same token, you can’t afford to work with an agent who encourages or allows you to make 5, 10, or 15 lowball offers on a home without urging you to face the truth that you need to house hunt at lower price points or make higher offers in order to be successful.

You need an agent who is willing to tell you the truth and have these sorts of hard conversations with you even when you won’t like it.

That said, you want an agent who possesses both this frank integrity and an ultimate optimism that, with right thinking and strategic action, you can and will ultimately succeed at making a great buy or sale.

5. Bandwidth. This one might sound strange, but the fact is that it can be difficult to get the advantages of having the best agent in the world if the agent is wildly over-subscribed and so busy they struggle to respond to calls and emails. This is why I don’t always say a great agent will necessarily have years and years of expertise. Some agents who have wonderful experience and wisdom are simply too busy to do the time-intensive guidance your situation may require. And some agents who are new to real estate bring highly relevant expertise and skills they’ve developed in other careers, have ample time to devote to your transaction and can enlist the real estate-specific insights of an experienced team leader, manager or broker.

If you know you’re going to want to meet up weekly for a house hunting session or debrief with your agent, tell them this up front and ask them flat-out how much time they can devote to your process. Make sure you’re comfortable with their response or solution (example – their listing specialist or partner can meet with you when they can’t) before you make your pick.

My advice for agent-finding is to engage in a multi-step process:

  • First, make sure you get referrals from your friends, colleagues and relatives to the agents they have worked with and love.

  • Also get a few names from our Agent Finder on Trulia, which allows you to get incredibly specific about what sort of homes, areas and transactions your ideal agent will have worked with.

  • Then, check all of your prospective agent candidates out online. Narrow them down a bit by what you see in terms of reviews and style of advice you see them providing on channels like their blog, website or social media pages.

  • Reach out to all the people on your short list through whatever medium you prefer to communicate – phone, email, etc. – and note how quickly you get responses.

  • Then book appointments to meet with a handful of agents and let them present their method to you.

  • Get references and check in with those past clients – ask them to tell you about their transaction experience, warts and all.

By the end of this process, you’ll likely find someone who fits just-right with your own personality, timing and transactional needs and possess these five traits.

4 New Year’s Resolutions for 2014 Home Sellers

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Some people like resolutions, others hate them. And according to one recent survey, as many as 80% of people who set them fail at them.

But I’ve found that many people – maybe even most people – love a challenge. Getting your home sold is one of those experiences that ranks as a complex business challenge and a series of emotional, logistics and financial challenges all rolled up into one.

If you plan to sell your home in 2014, you might be inventorying your action items or drafting your action plan as we speak. (If not, you should be – here, we’ll give you a kickstart.)

Beyond the basics tasks and actions involved in pricing, preparing, marketing and selling your home, there are a number of umbrella approaches and perspectives you can choose whether or not to take – each of which has the power to make or break your deal and make or break the angst or awe with which you experience the year ahead. If you’re not the resolution-setting type, or you are and you’re open to new approaches, consider challenging yourself to start and finish your home selling process with these next-level resolutions:

1. Resolve to do your own due diligence – cutting no corners.Here’s the thing no one tells you about selling your home: it’s exhausting. You have to:

  • spend hours interviewing agents

  • review all the neighborhood sales and try to figure out where your home fits among them

  • nitpick everything that’s wrong about your home

  • figure out what you can afford to fix and what makes sense not to

  • source contractors or gear up to DIY

  • have a bunch of little projects – and maybe a few big ones done

  • deal with staging and decor projects

  • then clean your home to within an inch of its life every single day, in some markets, sometimes for weeks or months on end.

And that’s all before you get offers.

Knowing that other sellers find this list daunting, too, helps. You are definitely not alone. But the sheer scale of this list causes some sellers to take shortcuts at some or all points along the path. They don’t meet with more than one agent, or they don’t check references, and end up with an agent they less than love. They don’t pay attention to the detailed questions the disclosure forms ask them and end up omitting some crucial detail that comes back to bite them later, in the form of a lawsuit. They fail to tidy up before showings and buyers report back that the place smelled funny or was so cluttered during the viewings that they were too distracted to seriously “try on” the home in their mind’s eye.

Make it your resolution not to be that shortcut-taking seller. Decide up front that if you’re going to do this, you’re going to do it right and pass your home onto the next buyers with pride. That might seem silly, but I can assure you that the sellers I’ve known who took exactly that stance almost always received the reward of a fast sale at top dollar. Buyers can sense the pride you take in your home and your disclosures. It’s a good look.

2. Resolve to keep your eye on the prize – and the priorities. What is your mission for moving? What is the vision you’re trying to create? When you decided you wanted to sell, you were in some state that motivated you to make a change – your home had grown too small, too large, too costly, too old, too new, too fancy or not luxurious enough for your life, or because the location no longer worked for you. But that’s only one side of the vision equation. On the other end, there’s an ‘after’ picture: some state you want to be in. Maybe it’s another neighborhood or a new-and-improved set of amenities or a totally different look of a home. Maybe it’s a totally different school district, city or state, or a chic condo when your last home was a sprawling ranch house.

Whatever it is, get very clear on the ‘before’ and ‘after’ of your vision for this life change you’re trying to create by selling your home, and resolve to stay that way until escrow has closed. Focusing on your vision will force you to focus on your priorities. In turn, that will help you resist the urge to overprice your home, underprepare it or bicker with the buyer over silly small issues and amounts. It becomes much easier to let things that would normally irritate you roll right off your back when you realize that doing so will serve your own personal priorities of getting your home sold quickly for a great price, so that you can move on to the next exciting stage of your life.

3. Resolve to think things through from the other side of the table. By definition, a first-time buyer has never been in the seller’s shoes. But as the seller, chances are good that you have been in the buyer’s position before. It is to your strong advantage to hearken back to those days when you were desperately seeking a home of your own. That perspective shift is the closest you’ll be able to get to momentarily detaching emotionally; you can walk through your home, view it’s marketing and even think about how it is priced from the perspective of the very buyers you want to attract.

Remind yourself of how you felt when it seemed like you’d never wade through all the mortgage paperwork, when you felt like the lender wanted to know your mother’s shoe size, when you were frustrated with what you saw on the market in your price range or when you couldn’t access the information or get into the property you wanted to, at a time that was convenient for you. Don’t let your home be the listing that causes these frustrations for your target buyers. Instead, from the time you start looking at comps to price your home to the time you start reviewing offers and buyer’s requests for repairs, try to think things through from your perspective and then to put yourself in the buyer’s shoes.

Even if you don’t slash the price or give them everything they ask for, chances are good that you’ll end up creating more win-win situations if you take the other side’s wants and needs into account.

4. Resolve to keep your head out of the sand. The truth hurts, the saying goes. I think that’s misleading, in the context of selling your home and in life. You see, sometimes the truth does hurt, the way a shot of penicillin or getting a tooth filled hurts. But even when it does hurt a bit, the truth never harms you. On the contrary, avoiding the truth about what your home is worth or the truth of buyers’ and agents’ feedback about it is akin to avoiding a shot if you need it, or avoiding the dentist if you have a cavity. It causes something much worse than hurt: real harm.

Confronting the truth that the comparable homes in your neighborhood are selling for lower than you’d hoped to get might hurt, but once the sting is gone that knowledge empowers you to make an appropriate pricing decision, stage your home to the nines or even decide to stay put for awhile longer.

Facing the truth that your home needs a lot of repairs and upgrades compared to the nearby Open Houses you’ve toured might hurt. But after the hurt, you’re in the power position, with the knowledge about either what to do to your home or to its price to get the leg up on the competition.

Acknowledging the truth that you have borrowed so much against your home that you won’t be netting as much cash on the sale as you’d hoped to definitely hurts. But after the pain passes, you have the power to make wise decisions about how much to put down on your next home and to avoid overleveraging it the next time around.

In all of these cases, avoiding the truth poses the potential for real harm: the harm that you’ll overprice your home, underinvest in its preparation for the market or commit the same financial errors with your next home. Make it your resolution to keep your eyes wide open, head above the sand and boldly face the truth throughout the course of your home’s sale, no matter what might happen.

ALL: What are your real estate-related New Year’s Resolutions?

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Home for Sale 1111 S 19th Street Harrisburg

1111 S 19TH STREET HARRISBURG, PA 17104 MLS# 210668 $49,000 Home For Sale, Short Sale

3 beds | 2 baths | 1177 sqft


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Property Description
Newer roof & newer hot water heater

Details
Maps
Documents
Contract Information
List Price: 49000 Status: Active
Existing/New: E
Property Information
Type of Property: Residential Realtor.com Type: Residential – Single Family
Total Acres: 0.11 Total Bedrooms: 3
Total Full Baths: 1 Total Half Baths: 1
Total Bathrooms: 2 Fin SqFt Above Grade: 1177
Year Built: 1900
Location, Legal and Taxes
County: Dauphin Street Number: 1111
Directional: S Street/Road Name: 19TH
Street Suffix: STREET State/Province: PA
Zip Code: 17104 Franklin Map Page: 0000
Franklin Map Row: 00 School District: Harrisburg City
APN #/Tax Parcel ID: 010060040000000 Municipality/Townshp: Harrisburg City
Deed/Ref #: xxxxxxx Deed Record Date: 1990-01-01
Directions & Remarks
Directions: Rt 83 to 19th Street, house on left. Public Remarks: Newer roof & newer hot water heater
Bank Owned/REO: No Condo/HOA/PUD: No
Miscellaneous
# Off Str Prking Spc: 2 Electric Amps: 100
Property Features
Stories: 1.5 Story
Design: Traditional
Type: Detached
Construction: Masonry; Stick Built
Exterior: Brick
Roof: Composite Shingles
Lot Description: Level
Lot Size: Less Than .25 Ac
Zoning: Res/Multi-Family
Age: 51 – 99 Years
Dining Area: Dining Area
Items Incl in Sale: None
Interior Features: None
Misc Exterior: None
Fencing: None
Basement: Concrete
Heat: Oil
Auxiliary Heat: None
Cooling: Window Unit(s)
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Hot Water: Electric
Parking: 1 Car Garage; Off Street Parking
Access/Limitations: Public Road
Condition: Average
Documents Available: Sellers Disclosure
Room Information
Room Flooring Room Level Length Width
Living Room Hardwood Main 15 12
Dining Room Hardwood Main 14 9
Kitchen Vinyl Main 10 12
Bedroom 1 Hardwood Upper 18 9
Bedroom 2 Hardwood Upper 10 11
Bedroom 3 Hardwood Upper 10 8

Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Select Profs. Home for sale, Short sale

Office Phone: 717-735-8400

Last Updated: October – 09 – 2013

All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Participants, and their affiliated licensees, shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Copyright 2005 Keystone MLS Network, Inc.

Wednesday 9th of October 2013 10:09 PM

Home for Sale 83 Wild Cherry Lane Marietta PA

83 WILD CHERRY LANE MARIETTA, PA 17547 $140,000 MLS# 212874 Home for Sale

3 beds | 2 baths | 1280 sqft



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Property Description
Well maintained townhome, spacious kitchen w/ large island & tile backsplash. Large master bedroom w/ walk-in closet. Ceramic tile floor, fenced yard w/ storage shed.

Details
Maps
Documents
Contract Information
List Price: 140000 Status: Active
Existing/New: E Land Use Code: AG-824
Property Information
Type of Property: Residential Realtor.com Type: Residential – Condo/Townhouse
Total Acres: 0.4 Total Bedrooms: 3
Total Full Baths: 1 Total Half Baths: 1
Total Bathrooms: 2 Fin SqFt Above Grade: 1280
Year Built: 1994
Location, Legal and Taxes
County: Lancaster Street Number: 83
Street/Road Name: WILD CHERRY Street Suffix: LANE
State/Province: PA Zip Code: 17547
School District: Donegal Elementary School: Riverview
Middle School: Donegal High School: Donegal
APN #/Tax Parcel ID: 1500049000000 Assessment: 93300
Municipality/Townshp: East Donegal Deed/Ref #: 05072247
Deed Record Date: 2013-09-26 Annual County Tax: 348.48
Annual Municipal Tax: 349.88 Annual School Tax: 2000.85
Total Taxes: 2699.21
Directions & Remarks
Directions: Rt 441 to Rt 743 through Maytown, Right on Rosewood,Right on Thornapple, Left on Wild Cherry. Home on the left. Public Remarks: Well maintained townhome, spacious kitchen w/ large island & tile backsplash. Large master bedroom w/ walk-in closet. Ceramic tile floor, fenced yard w/ storage shed.
Bank Owned/REO: No Short Sale: No
Condo/HOA/PUD: No
Miscellaneous
Electric Amps: 200
Property Features
Stories: 2 Story
Design: Traditional
Type: Row Home/Townhouse
Construction: Stick Built
Exterior: Brick
Roof: Composite Shingles
Lot Description: Fenced
Lot Size: Less Than .25 Ac
Zoning: Residential
Age: 11 – 20 Years
Dining Area: Eat-in Kitchen; Dining Area
Miscellaneous Rooms: None
Fireplace: None
Items Incl in Sale: Refrigerator; Satellite Dish
Interior Features: Built-in Dishwasher; Garbage Disposal; Gas Oven/Range; Kitchen Island; Cable TV Available; Ceiling Fan(s); Smoke Alarm
Misc Exterior: Screens; Deck; Shed; Insulated Windows
Fencing: Vinyl
Basement: Full
Heat: Natural Gas; Forced Air
Cooling: None
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Hot Water: Gas
Parking: Off Street Parking
ASC/Condo Fee Incl: None
Condo Amenities: None
Condition: Very Good
Room Information
Room Flooring Room Level Length Width
Living Room Ceramic Tile Main 19 11
Kitchen Ceramic Tile Main 19 12
Bedroom 1 Wall to Wall Upper 14 12
Bedroom 2 Wall to Wall Upper 10 9
Bedroom 3 Wall to Wall Upper 10 10
Bath 1 Ceramic Tile Main
Bath 2 Ceramic Tile Upper

Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Select Profs. Home for sale.

Office Phone: 717-735-8400

Last Updated: October – 03 – 2013

All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Participants, and their affiliated licensees, shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Copyright 2005 Keystone MLS Network, Inc.

Wednesday 9th of October 2013 07:08 PM

Home for Sale 504 High St Lancaster, PA

$79,900 504 HIGH STREET LANCASTER, PA 17602 MLS# 212847 home for sale Lancaster, PA 17603

4 beds | 1 baths | 1975 sqft



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Property Description
Fabulous very large well kept city home. Newer gas heating system. Newer AC, large open flowing rooms. All windows are caped with aluminum. Very low maintenance.All new floors on first floor. Insulated basement, new bathroom sink, cabinets, toilet and flooring, newly repainted 1st and 2nd floors, New roof over porch, New roof boots around all roof vents, all new locks with matching deadbolts

Details
Maps
Documents
Contract Information
List Price: 79900 Status: Active
Existing/New: E Land Use Code: C-540
Property Information
Type of Property: Residential Realtor.com Type: Residential – Condo/Townhouse
Total Acres: 0.05 Total Bedrooms: 4
Total Full Baths: 1 Total Bathrooms: 1
Fin SqFt Above Grade: 1975 Year Built: 1860
Location, Legal and Taxes
County: Lancaster Street Number: 504
Street/Road Name: HIGH Street Suffix: STREET
State/Province: PA Zip Code: 17602
School District: Lancaster Elementary School: Verify
Middle School: Verify High School: McCaskey
APN #/Tax Parcel ID: 3389396600000 Assessment: 68000
Municipality/Townshp: Lancaster City Deed/Ref #: 00000
Deed Record Date: 2013-10-01 Annual County Tax: 253.98
Annual Municipal Tax: 886.72 Annual School Tax: 1762.72
Total Taxes: 2903.42
Directions & Remarks
Directions: E on King Street; R on Strawberry; R on High Street Public Remarks: Fabulous very large well kept city home. Newer gas heating system. Newer AC, large open flowing rooms. All windows are caped with aluminum. Very low maintenance.All new floors on first floor. Insulated basement, new bathroom sink, cabinets, toilet and flooring, newly repainted 1st and 2nd floors, New roof over porch, New roof boots around all roof vents, all new locks with matching deadbolts
Bank Owned/REO: No Short Sale: No
Condo/HOA/PUD: No
Property Features
Stories: 2.5 Story
Design: Traditional
Type: Row Home/Townhouse
Construction: Stick Built
Exterior: Brick; Stucco
Roof: Composite Shingles
Lot Description: Clear; Fenced; Level; Not in Development
Lot Size: .25 Ac to LT .50 Ac
Zoning: Residential
Age: 100+ Years
Dining Area: Eat-in Kitchen; Breakfast Bar; Formal Dining Room; Dining Area
Miscellaneous Rooms: 1st Floor Family Rm; Den/Office; Foyer; Laundry Room
Fireplace: None
Items Incl in Sale: Dryer; Refrigerator; Home Warranty; Washer; Window Treatments
Interior Features: None
Misc Exterior: None
Basement: Concrete; Drain; Unfinished
Heat: Natural Gas; Forced Air
Auxiliary Heat: None
Cooling: Central Air
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Hot Water: Gas
Parking: On Street Parking
Access/Limitations: Public Road
ASC/Condo Fee Incl: None
Condo Amenities: None
Room Information
Room Flooring Room Level Length Width Room Remarks
Living Room Wall to Wall Main 12 10 Hardwood floors under carpet
Dining Room Wall to Wall Main 14 12 Hardwood floors under carpet
Family Room Ceramic Tile Main 15 13
Kitchen Vinyl Main 15 13
Bedroom 1 Wall to Wall Upper 12 12
Bedroom 2 Wall to Wall Upper 16 10
Bedroom 3 Wall to Wall Upper 11 12
Bedroom 4 Wall to Wall Upper 16 16
Bath 1 Vinyl Upper 14 8
Laundry Room Vinyl Main 14 13

Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Select Profs.

Office Phone: 717-735-8400

Last Updated: October – 03 – 2013

All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Participants, and their affiliated licensees, shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Copyright 2005 Keystone MLS Network, Inc.

Saturday 5th of October 2013 12:03 AM

1170 Forest Drive Abbottstown PA Foreclosure home for sale


$105,600

This home is under contract in less then 48 hours!

1170 FOREST DRIVE
Abbottstown, PA 17301
MLS# 212672 Foreclosure
3 beds | 2 baths | 1512 sqft



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Contract Information
List Price: 105600 Status: Active
Existing/New: N
Property Information
Type of Property: Residential Realtor.com Type: Residential – Single Family
Lot Size(Dimensions): 174.5X314.8X92.1X305.7 Total Acres: 1.02
Total Bedrooms: 3 Total Full Baths: 2
Total Bathrooms: 2 Fin SqFt Above Grade: 1512
Year Built: 1996
Location, Legal and Taxes
County: Adams Street Number: 1170
Street/Road Name: FOREST Street Suffix: DRIVE
State/Province: PA Zip Code: 17301
School District: Other Elementary School: Verify
Middle School: Verify High School: Verify
APN #/Tax Parcel ID: 0117L09013000000 Assessment: 150100
Municipality/Townshp: Out of Region Deed/Ref #: 2968 0221
Deed Record Date: 2013-09-25
Directions & Remarks
Directions: Abbottstown Square turn onto N Queen St/Pa 194 immediately slight left onto Brough Rd.1 mile to left on Forest prop on R Bank Owned/REO: Yes
Short Sale: No Condo/HOA/PUD: No
Property Features
Stories: 1 Story
Design: Ranch
Type: Mobile/Mfg + Land
Construction: Stick Built
Exterior: Vinyl
Roof: Composite Shingles
Lot Description: Level
Lot Size: 1 Ac to LT 2 Ac
Zoning: Residential
Age: 11 – 20 Years
Dining Area: Breakfast Bar; Formal Dining Room
Miscellaneous Rooms: Florida Room
Interior Features: None
Misc Exterior: Above Ground Pool; Deck
Fencing: None
Basement: None
Heat: Propane
Auxiliary Heat: Wood/Coal Stove
Cooling: Central Air
Water: Well
Sewer: Public Sewer
Hot Water: Propane
Parking: 2 Car Garage; Detached; Off Street Parking
Access/Limitations: Public Road
ASC/Condo Fee Incl: None
Condo Amenities: None
Room Information
Room Flooring Room Level Length Width
Living Room Wall to Wall Main 12.5 19.8
Dining Room Wall to Wall Main 9.7 12.2
Kitchen Vinyl Main 10.8 12.5
Bedroom 1 Wall to Wall Main 13.9 12.45
Bedroom 2 Wall to Wall Main 12.5 11.8
Bedroom 3 Wall to Wall Main 10 8
Bath 1 Vinyl Main
Bath 2 Vinyl Main
Sunroom Wall to Wall Main 9.88 15.3

Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Select Profs.

Office Phone: 717-735-8400

Last Updated: September – 26 – 2013

All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Participants, and their affiliated licensees, shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Copyright 2005 Keystone MLS Network, Inc.

Thursday 26th of September 2013 10:48 PM