William Festa, CRS

President

The broker/owner of William Festa Realty in Philadelphia, Bill has been a Realtor® for more than 40 years.

Bill has been an active leader of PAR, serving on numerous committees and as district vice president, before joining the leadership team. He’s enthusiastically involved in his local association, the Greater Philadelphia Association of Realtors®, where he served as president. And Bill is a federal political coordinator for the National Association of Realtors®.

Bill’s been married for 39 years and has four grown daughters and four grandchildren. He enjoys spending time with his family and cooking, is a passionate Philly sports fan, sings with a community choir and is very involved with his local church community.

Latest Content by William

Taking Safety Precautions as a Realtor®

Despite the pandemic shutdown, we’re seeing a very active market. Realtors® should be setting the example of how to safely buy and sell real estate, protecting our clients’ interests as well as their health.

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Remember to Make Your Realtor® Voice Heard at the Polls Tomorrow

Please join me in voting to ensure that the Realtor® voice is heard.

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PA Voters Can Now Request Mail-in Ballots for Elections

Pennsylvania now allows registered voters to request a mail-in ballot for any reason and the state has announced that our primary election has been postponed to Tuesday, June 2.

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A Conversation About the COVID Addendum and Liability

Hear an update from PAR President Bill Festa and watch his conversation with PAR Standard Forms Manager Desiree Brougher and PAR Legal Counsel Jim Goldsmith.

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Legal Expert Addresses Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Questions

During a Facebook Live video, I was pleased to welcome a special guest, Peggy Morcom, Esq., a partner with Buzgon Davis Law Offices, who answered questions about the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance application process.

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Nearly 8,000 Realtors® Respond to PAR’s Call-to-Action

Senate Bill 613 passed the Pennsylvania House yesterday and now moves to the Pennsylvania Senate for concurrence.

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