While we still have a somewhat higher than normal housing inventory, home prices are holding relatively steady and, if the trend continues, are not likely to decline further...
Springfield, PA (PRWEB) April 7, 2011
The market for Springfield, PA, realty and real estate in Delaware County as a whole is beginning to look up, according to Anthony Mucciolo, the founder, Broker and CEO of Chess Realty, Inc., one of the region’s foremost real estate brokerages. Mucciolo reports seeing a lower percentage of home price declines in recent months and advises prospective homebuyers to make their move now before prices begin inching their way up.
“The housing market in Springfield and Delaware County is showing signs of stabilizing,” says the leading Springfield, PA, Realtor. “While we still have a somewhat higher than normal housing inventory, home prices are holding relatively steady and, if the trend continues, are not likely to decline further. This is why it’s best to make your move now if you’re thinking of investing in real estate here.”
A part of the Greater Philadelphia region, Springfield and Delaware County lie directly west of Philadelphia and the area has long been considered a highly desirable suburb due to its close proximity to Center City. Its location in a region known for its large and diverse economy, whose total gross regional product places it among the world’s ten largest, has also helped Delaware County weather the recent economic downturn more successfully than other areas.
“I have specialized in Delaware County and Springfield, PA, leasing and real estate for over 40 years,” says Mucciolo, “and I have seen the communities in the area flourish and evolve into the very livable places that they are today. The high quality of life and low cost of living is one the main reasons why the long-term prospects of the real estate market here remain as bright as ever.”
Heading the team at Chess Realty, Inc., which until 2009 was known as Tony Morro Inc. Real Estate, Mucciolo has a particular expertise in helping clients successfully close on a Springfield rent-to-own home and is also known for helping clients navigate through the intricacies of financing. “Most people today have credit issues and are most often turned away once they cannot be qualified for a mortgage,” he explains. “At Chess Realty, we don't turn anyone away. We set them up with credit repair and walk them through the documentation process until they meet all the requirements satisfying the mortgage lenders.”
For more information on Chess Realty’s services, as well as the market for real estate in Springfield and Delaware County, visit the firm’s website at http://www.Chess-Realty.com or get in touch with Anthony Mucciolo directly.
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