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Neffb36, Home Buyer in Yardley, PA
Neffb36 answered:
Is it better to live in Yardley or Newtown in terms of crime and good schools?
Both areas are equal and offer the same things that you are looking for. I suggest you drive around during the times school buses drop off to see what ages of kids live where.
The prof ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Nov 4, 2015 Quality of Life in Yardley
Adsfasdf, Home Buyer in Newportville, PA
Adsfasdf asked:
What is the best thing to do in newportville, aside from jerking off? I jerk off quite a bit so this is going to be the best thing, no matter where I live.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jun 5, 2015 Quality of Life in Newportville
kim rock, Real Estate Pro in Langhorne, PA
kim rock answered:
Why do you love where you live?
We love Yardley for a few reasons.. 1) proximity to major cities - we can jump on 95 and be in NYC in a little over an hour, Philly in 45 min, and even Baltimore/DC in a few hours. 2) ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Apr 1, 2012 Quality of Life in Bucks County
Cocosmom, Home Owner in Newtown, PA
Cocosmom answered:
Continental is "managing" my h/o assn. but assisting board to flout by-laws & not providing services required. How to get them to?
I have the same thing going on in my neighborhood also managed by continental. Would love to talk to you.

My number 267-614-2868 - trying to figure out what to do about this issue!!
0 votes Share Flag Tue Sep 27, 2011 Quality of Life in 18940
Tracy R Robi…, Real Estate Pro in Levittown, PA
Tracy R Robinson answered:
looking to rent in yardley. what is possibility of finding rental in a 55 active community. Also, do any rentals have garages availalbe.
I would be happy to help you locating a rental. My name is Tracy Robinson. I am a Realtor with Realty Mark located in Southampton, Pa (Bucks County). You can reach me on my cell 267-6 ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 9, 2011 Quality of Life in Yardley
Brian Luce, Real Estate Pro in New Hope, PA
Brian Luce answered:
cost of living?
Hello Doris.

My first home was in Holland. I've seen the cost of living (depending on where you look) really kind of "vary quite a bit". I do believe that Holland is ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 19, 2011 Quality of Life in Holland
Kenneth Verb…, Real Estate Pro in PRINCETON, NJ
Kenneth Verbeyst answered:
What is the best way to find a rental property? I would like to find a place to rent on a monthly basis so I don't have to commit to a year long
Ginnie , often month to month rentals take place after the innitial lease term ends. (by mutual agreement between landlord and tenant) Most landlords want full year leases due to the co ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 28, 2011 Quality of Life in 19020
Jen Buschel, Real Estate Pro in Newtown, PA
Jen Buschel answered:
Yardley or Newtown- which town is better for a family with a 7 year old? I want a strong community feel and lots of kids playing outside in the street
Hello Christina,
The communities of Newtown and Yardley are very warm and inviting. The elementary schools in Newtown are Goodnoe and Newtown Elementary. Both of my children attended ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Oct 22, 2010 Quality of Life in Newtown
Terrence Cha…, Home Owner in Allentown, PA
Terrence Charest answered:
do homeowners experience flooding in the basement?
MUST disclose. Not should. It's the law.

"68 Pa.C.S.A. § 7303. Disclosure of material defects
Text of section effective one year from December 20, 2000

Any seller wh ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 30, 2010 Quality of Life in 18966
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