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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.

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How Student Loan Debt Is Impacting Buyers

Twenty-nine percent of respondents with student loan debt reported it has impacted their ability to purchase a home, while 15% said it has limited their ability to rent alone or change their living circumstances.

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Pennsylvania Realtors® Receive Awards

Robert Freeman, Reed Pirain and Aimee Buehner were all honored during a special presentation at PAR’s board of directors meeting.

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“Will I Ever Own?” Renters Express Fear About Never Being Able to Buy

Nearly 90% of Americans said they would rather own a home than rent, but 48% of renters said they are afraid they will never be able to take that step and buy.

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Exton Named One of the Best “Family-Friendly” Suburbs in the U.S.

“There are excellent biking, running and walking trails, beautiful parks of all sizes and styles, municipalities that are attentive to great activities of all types for residents and visitors, vibrant shopping, dining, services, good train service, access to major routes and, of course, a variety of wonderful housing. It’s a great place to be,” said Kathy McQuilkin, a past PAR president who works in the area.

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Share of First-Time Buyers Falls, Properties Still Moving Quickly

Despite a decrease in competition, homes are still seeing 4.5 offers on average, and properties are still moving quickly off of the market, they typically last 17 days, compared to 22 days a year ago.

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Sold! Or Is It?

The listing agent may want to quickly advertise that the property has “sold” or is now under contract. And in some cases – particularly in today’s hyper-competitive market – the buyer’s agent may want to advertise the same thing to show other potential clients that they’ve successfully gotten a client’s offer accepted. How can agents advertise a “sold” property prior to actually closing the transaction?

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