1. First Time Homebuyer Seminar for Clients

    PA realtor

    When your client is ready to make that thrilling decision to purchase their first new home, they are probably overwhelmed with questions. As their PA realtor, you can direct them to Keystone Custom Homes’ free First Time Home Buyer Seminar to help get their questions answered. This year’s seminar will be held at Keystone Custom Read More >>

  2. Why It’s Important to Work with a Realtor

    Keystone Custom Home

    Home buyers and sellers may wonder why they need a Realtor, that’s why you can inform them that having a Realtor is crucial. There are many apps and websites that can help them find a home, but it’s the process of actually buying or selling a home that is the tricky part. We have compiled a Read More >>

  3. Six Cleaning Mistakes Everyone Makes

    Keystone Custom Home

    Maintaining a clean home can be overwhelming and a project in itself, a project that can be simplified by correcting these common cleaning mistakes. 1. Incorrectly loading silverware in the dishwasher The age-old argument: should silverware be placed in the dishwasher facing up or down? The answer is neither! It is understandable to place all Read More >>

  4. How Clients Can Prepare Their Home When Selling to Potential Buyers

    Keystone Custom Home

    Once clients’ have made that vital decision to list their property, they might need some help preparing their home for potential buyers. No worries! We have compiled a list to help aid clients in their journey. As a PA Realtor, share with your clients the following tips to help sell their home in no time! Read More >>

  5. Attention Pennsylvania Realtors: The Parade of Homes is Back!

    Parade of Homes

    The 2016 Lancaster/Lebanon Parade of Homes, presented by the Builder Industry Association (BIA) of Lancaster County, is the perfect opportunity to become more familiar with the current housing trends in your area to better serve your clients. The popular Parade will take place from Saturday, June 11 through Sunday, June 19.