Kenneth Enochs

District 2 Vice President

Ken Enochs Jr.is serving as PAR’s District 2 Vice President.

Ken started his real estate career at a Philadelphia-based national relocation company, before obtaining his real estate license in 1998. Ken opened his own brokerage in 2011 and then established and launched a new brokerage model the Philadelphia MSA in 2010.

Ken has served two terms as the chairman of his local association, the Suburban West Realtors® Association, now named the Tri-County Suburban Realtors®.

He is a graduate of the University of California-Santa Barbara.

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More than 90% of buyers’ agents agree that home staging has an effect on at least some buyers, if not the majority.

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“If an agent is treating one person better than another similarly situated person, and the difference between them is one of the seven categories in the Fair Housing Act, the agent has violated the law,” said Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Bill Dedman in a webinar with Pennsylvania Realtors®.

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Fred Rogers, more commonly known as Mister Rogers, and his wife Joanne’s home in the late 1950s and early 1960s was listed in the MLS by Realtor® Linda Corcoran on April 8, and is already under contract after multiple offers, she said.

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Love Letters: Full of Risk or Reward?

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