Diane Williams honored
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PA - Diane Williams, a sales associate in the Blue Bell office of Weichert, Realtors, was recently
named part of Weichert's Top 300 in Associate Earnings, placing her in the top 10 in the region and
194 company-wide out of nearly 18,000 associates.
Jim Weichert's article to the Weichert sales team
I received a copy of a letter sent to Diane Williams from our Blue Bell office that
reinforces just how valuable it is to show interest in your customers and to build a connection with them.
Town by Town: Whitpain Township a real estate hub
One in a continuing series spotlighting real estate markets in the region's communities.
Once, Blue Bell was known for "Realtors and gas stations," says Keller Williams Real Estate agent, Gary Segal.
The gas stations are largely gone now from this section of Whitpain Township, Montgomery County, replaced "by a lot of banks," Segal says.
But just about every area brokerage - his included - has a Blue Bell office.
Skippack Pike (Route 73) is "Real Estate Row," says Weichert Realtors' Diane Williams, who is based in its Blue Bell officed.
Does an FHA loan limit your home-buying options?
Sept 22 - In many housing markets, there is more demand than supply, which can create intense competition. Let's say you're
pre-approved for an FHA loan and find a home you like, but your competition comes to the table with cash - here's what you need to know.COMPLETE STORY
Frothy, yes, but don't call it a housing bubble
Sept 15 - Home prices are overheating again. In fact, twice as many metropolitan markets were considered "overvalued"
in the second quarter of this year as compared to the first three months, according to a new report from CoreLogic. That is , prices are
inflated relative to incomes. This is not, however, a "housing bubble," because by definition, an economic bubble eventually bursts, and
home prices are very unlikely to fall.
10 ways to give your finances a facelift
If you find yourself struggling to get on top of your bills or slowly adding to your mound of debt each month,
then it might be time for an intervention. These 10 ideas will help you proactively take control of your money so you feel like you're making
steady progress toward greater financial security.
Simple steps to improve your credit score
Outside of your Social Security number, your credit score may be the most important number you have.
Credit card issuers and mortgage lenders aren't the only ones who access it. Banks, utility providers, even potential landlords,
can access your score to determine how financially responsible you are. How good your score is can determine how much you'll pay
for security deposits as well as interest payments.
Brian Turner, Jordan Mariano and Diane Williams
in Weichert's Blue Bell office. Read article
"Succeeding by Design" seminar panel
Jim Weichert presenting Diane with the Regional
Award at the Kimmel Center for top sales.
Left to Right: Fred Sherman, Alan Greenspan,
Diane Williams, Anthony Santomero
Diane (fourth from the right) at The Closing Bell of
the New York Stock Exchange.