Christina Briglia

CHRISTINA BRIGLIA, REALTOR®
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Top News in Philly Development: December 2018

Ever feel like Philly changes so fast you can’t keep up? No sweat. We’ll be bringing you our favorite articles from the month on Philly development – North, South, East, and West. See below for a roundup of all the best local articles from November news. PODCAST: Philadelphia Developers See Lots More Runway, But Challenges Creating Affordable Housing Where: GlobeSt.com When: November 2, 2018 Penn Ultimate: Why Christian Dalzell Is Betting Big on Philly Where: Commercial Observer When: November 7, 2018 West Philly-bred developer seeks ‘return on community’ when eyeing new projects Where: WHYY When: November 8, 2018 ‘Parking Industry Not Viable...

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Top News in Philly Development: November 2018

Ever feel like Philly changes so fast you can’t keep up? No sweat. We’ll be bringing you our favorite articles from the month on Philly development – North, South, East, and West. See below for a roundup of all the best local articles from October news. Will Industrial Demand Finally Make It Within Philadelphia City Limits? Where: Bisnow When: October 15, 2018 America's Youngest Adults Have the Most Confidence in Real Estate Where: Zillow Research When: October 15, 2018 Philadelphia’s uCity Square kicks off major expansion drive Where: Building Design + Construction When: October 25, 2018 Searching property data in...

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7 Tips for Selling Your Home in the Winter

Guest post by Suzie Wilson Statistically speaking, the best time of year to sell a house is the first half of May. Many people take this information to mean that this is the only time in which you can sell a house quickly and at a good price—but that is entirely false. There are actually many advantages to selling in the off-season. To increase the number of potential buyers interested in your home, follow these tips and strategies on preparing your home for a winter sale. Create a Winter Garden When you think “curb appeal,” you probably imagine bright flower...

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Top News in Philly Development: October 2018

Ever feel like Philly changes so fast you can’t keep up? No sweat. We’ll be bringing you our favorite articles from the month on Philly development – North, South, East, and West. See below for a roundup of all the best local articles from September news. A day in the life of Philadelphia, and the people who make it go Where: WHYY When: August 28, 2018 Delaware River Waterfront Once A Hotspot For Millionaires Where: Hidden City Philadelphia When: September 5, 2018 Philadelphia historian who holds deed to first ‘White House’ wants to sell vast collection Where: Fox News When: September 5,...

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End-of-Summer Maintenance for Homeowners

Guest post by Paul Denikin Whether you’re a new homeowner or a seasoned one, you quickly find out that there are never-ending checklists of things to do to keep your home in shape, especially at the end of the summer season. If you live in a warmer climate, your list might look different, but for homeowners living in climates that involve seasonal temperature change (especially if you have a pool) there are definite tasks that need to be accomplished in a timely manner. While there are plenty of resources out there for assistance on home maintenance tasks, let’s focus specifically...

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Budget-Friendly House Selling Tips for Families on the Go

Guest post by Suzie Wilson When you have a busy family, preparing a house for sale can sometimes make you feel like a deer in headlights. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, take heart. Here are some smart strategies for getting things together for a successful home sale. Think neutral Selling your home in a competitive market can feel challenging enough, but when children are part of the picture, opportunities to prepare can seem slim. However, focus your mind on presenting your home as neutral. Your objective is to make your house as easy for buyers to envision living in as possible....

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Top News in Philly Development: September 2018

Ever feel like Philly changes so fast you can’t keep up? No sweat. We’ll be bringing you our favorite articles from the month on Philly development – North, South, East, and West. See below for a roundup of all the best local articles from August news. The Greener Case for More Trees in Philly Where: Philly Mag When: August 1, 2018 Is Philly’s housing market still hot? As buyers grow nervous and tired, home prices are slowing Where: Philadelphia Inquirer When: August 2, 2018 Philly ‘Fashion District’ mall revamp could make a place in the sun for lowly Filbert Street Where: Philadelphia...

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Top News in Philly Development: August 2018

Ever feel like Philly changes so fast you can’t keep up? No sweat. We’ll be bringing you our favorite articles from the month on Philly development – North, South, East, and West. See below for a roundup of all the best local articles from July news. What do Philly renters want most? Private laundry, air conditioning, parking Where: The Inquirer When: July 9, 2018 Philadelphia has 2,172,896 parking spaces. So how come you're still circling the block? Where: The Inquirer When: July 12, 2018 Study: Philadelphia Among Top 10 Most Undervalued Cities Based On Livability Where: CBS Philly When: July 13, 2018...

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Top News in Philly Development: July 2018

Ever feel like Philly changes so fast you can’t keep up? No sweat. We’ll be bringing you our favorite articles from the month on Philly development – North, South, East, and West. See below for a roundup of all the best local articles from June news. Philadelphia Zoo breaks ground on 20,000-square-foot Earth & Elm Restaurant Where: Philadelphia Business Journal When: June 4, 2018 Office district rising north of Center City, built of beer, barbecue, and exposed brick Where: The Philadelphia Inquirer When: June 6, 2018 Designs to be aired for middle segment of central Delaware River waterfront trail Where: The...

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Philly Roadwork, Road Closings, and Big Projects for 2018

post by Erica Minutella You've probably seen it all over Philly. The roadwork that just exploded everywhere - all at once - this June. But what does it mean for you? Other than more traffic and less parking, of course. Let's start with the basics. Philly has a few big-time projects currently underway, a few of which are predicted to extend into a several month to several year timeline. The top two to look out for? I-95: Projected timeline? A decade. Is anything soon to be completed? Areas around the Betsy Ross Bridge and the Turnpike are expected to be...

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