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Written by Bruce Clark

I’ve been a resident of Bucks County since 1979 and have been a REALTOR since 1995. I have earned the respect of friends & associates by maintaining a level of fairness & understanding of their needs. A big part of my process is the conversation. I believe a lot of agents have forgotten this. To sit down & really listen to what you are looking to accomplish & what your dreams and wishes are. I’ve always said it all begins with a conversation & it holds true for everything.

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Here are the numbers for Bucks County Real Estate Sales in November.  Single Family Homes continue the declining trend year-over-year again in November which has been the same story for 27 consecutive months.  Condominiums followed suit again in November 2013 however, their decline has lasted for the past 25 consecutive months.  Inventory accumulation is at […]

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Here is the first of my “Hand Picked Homes” series.  I will be highlighting one home every Monday.  The home will be chosen for different reasons, may be price, amenities, location, value or all of these and more.  Take a look, see what you think and let me know if you have any interest.  Also […]

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It certainly is a nice improvement over silence to report that Building Permits for new homes were up 5.2% in September, 6.2% in October, and are now up 13% in the past year. The multifamily sector is hot right now, accounting for most of the monthly increases and for 60% of the annual gains. But […]

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INFO THAT HITS US WHERE WE LIVE… Plenty was being said last week about Existing Homes Sales, down 3.2% for October. The talk among some analysts was that the drop indicates a slowdown in the housing recovery. But October sales appear to have been somewhat affected by the government shutdown (remember that?), with closings delayed because […]

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 Your fireplace, the most low-tech piece of equipment in your house, may seem like a simple operation, but ignoring annual maintenance can impair its performance, leading to heated air (and dollars) blowing out the chimney, harmful smoke inside, and possibly even a chimney fire.  Annual chimney maintenance removes flammable creosote, the major cause of chimney […]

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Here are the numbers for Bucks County Real Estate sales for October.  Single Family Home Inventory is still down (year over year) and Condominium inventory is following the same trend.  Single family pended units remained level with 465 compared to October 2012 at 464.  Condominium units pending rose 14.3% over 2012 with 56 vs. 49.  […]

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Lighting can make a world of difference in a kitchen. It can make it look larger and brighter. And it will help you work safely and efficiently. You should have two different types of lighting in your kitchen:   Task Lighting: Under-cabinet lighting should be on your must-do list, since cabinets create such dark work […]

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Congratulations to the Jones!  They successfully settled the sale of their home on October 31st.  It was a lovely, well maintained 3 bedroom 1 bath home with many upgrades. however, their family is growing and they needed more room.  They are now preparing to settle their new home on December 13, 2013 and will be […]

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Nothing will drive up the cost of a remodel faster than changing the location of plumbing pipes and electrical outlets, and knocking down walls. This is usually where unforeseen problems occur. So if possible, keep appliances, water fixtures, and walls in the same location. 

Not only will you save on demolition and reconstruction costs, you’ll […]