William McFalls Jr., ABR, CRS, GREEN, GRI

Immediate Past President

Bill has been a Realtor® for more than 29 years and is an associate broker with RE/MAX Preferred in West Chester. He served as PAR’s District 2 Vice President for two years before serving as the 2016 PAR treasurer.

He’s active in his local association and is a past chairman the Suburban West Realtors® Association.
Bill is a director of the National Association of Realtors®. A graduate of Villanova University, he resides in West Chester.

Latest Content by William

Vote Tomorrow: Make the Realtor® Voice Heard

This is primarily a local election year, but those elected leaders make decisions that impact our day-to-day lives.

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PAR President Gives Third Quarter Update

The PAR officers are traveling throughout the state to visit local associations, making 68 visits to the four corners of the state in the last nine months.

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Have you registered to vote yet?

The deadline to vote in the next election is Monday, Oct. 7. If you have moved, now is also the time to update your voter registration to accurately reflect your new address. Make sure you will have the opportunity to make your Realtor® voice heard at the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 5.

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Bill would provide shared responsibility among homeowners on private roadways

Some Realtors® have seen a disruption in home sales, specifically with properties that contain or are bordered by a private road. Regulations for federally backed mortgages like Fannie Mae, VA, USDA and FHA loans require these properties to have an agreement for the maintenance of the private roadway, outlining responsibility of repairs, including what each owner’s share is, remedies for default and terms of the agreement.

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Open houses and opioids

As a Realtor®, it’s important to remind your clients how imperative it is to remove medications from view during an open house or house showing.

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September marks Realtor® Safety Month.

A 2018 National Association of Realtors® survey found that one-third of real estate professionals found themselves in a work situation that made them fear for their personal safety, or for the safety of their personal information. What can you do to protect yourself as you earn a living?

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