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In My Neighborhood in Morrisville : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 3, 2010
Martin Millner answered:
Thanks for your question.
I would say that the demographics of Newtown and Yardley are very similar. Both are very old, historic and very charming, villages, if you are not familiar with them. Most people who say they live in either Yardley or Newtown, don't actually live in the respective towns, rather they live in one of the surrounding Townships, of either Lower Makefield (which surrounds Yardley) or Newtown, Northampton or Upper Makefield Townsips, which are contiguous with Newtown. Yardley itself, is about 4 miles from Newtown. Newtown is actually to the East of Yardley. One of the main differences, is that Yardley and Newtown feed into a different school district. Newtown feeds to the Council Rock school district, while Yardley feeds to Pennsbury. I write an active blog about both Yardley and Newtown, at, and you can research schools and houses on my website, at If you want more detailed answers to specific questions, I would be happy to help, in any way that I can. Thanks again for your question. ... more
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Fri Dec 12, 2014
Elizabeth Bonomo answered:
If you mean Morrisville Borough (19067) it is a very small quaint town along the N. E. Corridor.
The Lehigh Valley offers other areas that would be more up and coming.
If you would like to see some homes in these areas please give us a call.

Elizabeth (Betty) and Jonathan Bonomo
Weichert Realtors
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Wed May 27, 2009
Dallas Texas answered:
You need to contact a real estate attorney, truly up to buyers to confirm all the development taking place in a given area, not all sellers/builders have to disclose those details. Contract may specific conditions regarding this. Sorry to read about your circumstance.
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Thu Dec 4, 2008
Terrence Charest answered:
Legal options? You would have to get with a lawyer about it. When did you purchase the home? Did you go through a real estate agent or just go through the builder? If you had no representation, you may not have any legal ground to stand on. Also, could you prove that the builder's knew of this planned road work? What are the plans for the road? How close to your property will it be?

There are just too many questions to be asked for this forum. Get in touch with a real estate attorney.

Terrence Charest
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