Pennsylvania Realtors® have unparalleled local market knowledge.
In response to the growing concern regarding the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors® has addressed frequently asked questions from Realtors® and consumers.
First-time buyers so say they are motivated to buy. Seventy-seven percent are actively saving for a down payment, 70% are making lifestyle changes to be able to buy a home and 66% are budgeting while trying to improve their credit score.
On average, a home spent about 37 days on the market, compared to 72 days last June.
Thirty percent of respondents in a recent study said they moved to a new city after a breakup, with 20% moving to a new state.
The PA Realtor® Resource Library has the latest standard forms, updates on important topics and other important resources. Keeping you informed is our job.
Vaccine rollout, possible sales, housing starts and repurposing hotel and motel space for residential purposes could mean a break for buyers.
Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Lancaster, York, Reading, Allentown, Scranton and Philadelphia all made the 150 Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2021-2022 List by U.S. News & World Report.
Large and open were two commonly used adjectives in real estate listings.
The Realtor® leadership, committee members and association staff are working to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful.
Realtors® have unparalleled knowledge of local market conditions and can leverage that expertise to help you reach your real estate goals.
Whether you are an emerging or seasoned professional, there’s a bright future for motivated individuals who want to reap the rewards of a successful career in real estate.