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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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Essentials #3:  Outdoor Lighting Outdoor lighting consistently tops the National Association of Home Builders list of most wanted outdoor features in its annual What Home Buyers Really Want survey.  41% rate it :essential” with 49% calling it “desirable”. However, that’s not the only reason it’s one of my landscape essentials. Tasteful lighting paints your home […]

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Essentials #2: Native Plants If you introduce trees, plants or shrubs to your landscape, go native.  Indigenous plantings thrive without the added TLC you’ll devote to anything that is forced to live outside its natural habitat.  A study by a Wisconsin ecological consultancy, Applied Ecological Services Inc. shows that maintaining an acre of native plants […]

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Essentials #1:  Trees Check out the National Tree Benefit Calculator at www.treebenefits.com/calculator to see what a tree is worth in your area!  The calculator examines how a tree species in a particular zip code affects: Property Values, Storm Water Runoff – trees block and absorb water running off your property, preventing pollutants from entering waterways, […]

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In this series I am addressing the value of the landscape to a home in addition to just dollar value. You have heard the old adage “Your Home is Your Castle”.  Enjoy it, customize it, make it reflect your taste and values.  There is one area where being too individualistic carries risk: landscaping for curb appeal.  This […]

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Here is another informative “Tip” from your Bucks County Real Estate Agent, Bruce D. Clark, “Your Real Estate Consultant for Life”. What can you bring? Old computers, peripherals, small appliances and up to 25 gallons or 220 pounds of hazardous products.  Keep in mind hazardous products will have cautionary words on label, for example: Danger, Warning […]

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As a Bucks County Realtor, I like to pass on information related to real estate whenever I can.  This will help you save money whether you rent or own a single home, townhome or apartment.  Living in Yardley, Lower Makefield Township, I certainly appreciate knowing where I can save money on my utilities as anyone […]

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This will bring us up to date for the first four months of 2013… Settled Single Famliy Homes Bucks County 2013- January 307 homes up 10% over January 2012 (keep in mind these most likely pended in October or November 2012), February 2013 298 up 25.2% compared to 238 in 2012, March 384 homes up […]

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So far we have covered Inventory, and Inventory Accumulation and how it clearly effects sales.  Let’s look at Bucks County Single Family Homes and Condominium sales for the first four months of 2013 and compare to other years as well. Pended homes are those under agreement however, they have not yet settled and may not depending […]