Neil  Kugelman

Neil Kugelman

REALTOR®, CRS, GRI

Elfant Wissahickon Realtors

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September 2020 sets record highs in the Delaware Valley!

SEE ATTACHMENT as this is broken down by counties - September 2019 vs September 2020

Philadelphia Metro Home Sales and Median Prices September 2020

U.S. News & World Report: Montgomery County Healthiest County in Pennsylvania, One of Top 200 in the US

U.S. News & World Report: Montgomery County Healthiest County in Pennsylvania, One of Top 200 in the US

August 2020 Philly Metro Housing Market Update

BELIEVE THIS - The median sales price reached a ten-year high in the Philadelphia Metro as days on market hit a ten-year low. The market remained strong as closed sales volume hit an August high.

The following analysis of the Philadelphia Metro Area housing market has been prepared by Bright MLS and is based on August 2020 Bright MLS housing data.

Bidding Wars Heat Up Across Philadelphia & Suburbs

Inventory in most markets is lower than usual, and many buyers are finding themselves in bidding wars over properties. Here are some quotes from Suburban Realtor Associations.

We are in the TOP TEN for RISING HOME VALUES IN AMERICA!

We are in the TOP TEN for RISING HOME VALUES IN AMERICA!

We are in the TOP TEN for RISING HOME VALUES IN AMERICA!

Please know that this is an incredibly lucrative time to sell. And a challenging time to secure property.

We are in the TOP TEN for RISING HOME VALUES IN AMERICA!

Please know that this is an incredibly lucrative time to sell. And a challenging time to secure property.

We are in the TOP TEN for RISING HOME VALUES IN AMERICA!

Please know this is an incredibly lucrative time to sell! And a challenging time to secure property.

Defer Your Mortgage WITHOUT PENALTY OR ADDED INTEREST!

Few homeowners understand that their mortgage is really owned by the quasi-govy giant lenders Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac announced that homeowners in forbearance can request payment deferrals and tack any missed payments on to the end of their loan term, without penalty or added interest.

Under forbearance, homeowners are still required to repay any missed payments. But the government-sponsored enterprises made clear in an announcement Wednesday that borrowers do not have to repay them all at once.

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