Asking the Right People the Right Questions

When you find the exact home you’ve been looking for, take the opportunity to talk to the neighbors. Your potential neighbors may be able to give insight into the neighborhood as well as the house, before deciding to buy. I came across a few ideas that can help jump start your conversation with these neighbors. As an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), I like my buyers to be 100% prepared, and that means making sure they are as satisfied with the neighborhood as they are with the house.

4 Questions to Ask Neighbors Before Buying a Home by Patricia-Anne Tom. Copyright © 1995-2014. National Association of REALTORS® and Move, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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About Joshua Stein

They say that owning your own home is a major part of living "The American Dream." I'm proud to be an active part in making that dream a realty for the good people of the Delaware Valley as a Realtor® with Coldwell Banker Preferred's Conshohocken office. I am actively involved with the Brotherhood of Congregation Beth Or as well as a proud parent in the Greene Street Friends School community. I also served as Den Leader for my son's cub scout pack as well as a member of the Cub Pack 173 Committee in Flourtown, and now with Boy Scout Troop 665. Professionally, I also hold membership in the Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, and National Association of Realtors®. Whether you or someone you know and love are buying or selling your home, I look forward to servicing all of your real estate needs on the Main Line and beyond.

Posted on July 11, 2014, in Real Estate. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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