Chris Beadling


Chris Beading is serving as PAR’s president-elect this year.

A past president of his local association, the Bucks County Association, Chris also served as the chair of the Suburban Realtors® Alliance in 2015.

Currently the vice president of Quinn & Wilson, Inc. Realtors® in Montgomery County, he is a licensed continuing education instructoranda NAR ethics instructor. He is the first Pennsylvania Realtor® to graduate from NAR’s national leadership academy.

He holds a master’s degree from LaSalle University and a bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg University, where he served as the president of the Alumni Association.

He lives in Doylestown with his 14-year old daughter, Melissa.

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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Appliances: Should You Fix or Replace?

Three-quarters of people would rather try to fix something themselves to save money, but that sometimes leads to failure, injury and even breakups.

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Revealing Our Refreshed Brand

We believe this new brand gives the association a clean, modern look that will take us into the future, while reinforcing the foundational value and services you’ve come to expect from PAR.

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Now Is the Best Time to Buy, Experts Say

According to a® analysis, the period between Sept. 12 and Oct. 17 is the best time to buy a home in the U.S.

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Triple Play Registration Open

The early bird registration rate is only $89 if you sign up online before Oct. 15.

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