Home Values in Roxborough & Manayunk

By Jon Miller, Realtor®

Your home’s value is determined by a number of factors including the specific location, style, size, features, and condition of your home. Online home value estimates aren’t particularly accurate, unfortunately. Median sales prices and price ranges for homes like yours will help you assess the likely value range. It’s also helpful to know the temperature of the market – whether it’s a buyer’s market, seller’s market, or a balanced market. Comparing your home to recently sold homes is also helpful. There’s a link below with access to photos, prices, and details of recently sold homes in Roxborough & Manayunk.

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Homes for Sale with a Garage in Roxborough & Manayunk

Roxborough & Manayunk’s Largest Homes for Sale

Looking for more space? These homes are listed as having 2500+ square feet.

The Most Popular Price Range for Homes in Roxborough & Manayunk

Close to half of all homes in Roxborough and Manayunk sell between $200,000 and $300,000. Below you’ll find all of the homes for sale in Roxborough & Manayunk’s most popular price range.


New Real Estate Listings in Roxborough & Manayunk

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The Most Expensive Homes Sold in Roxborough & Manayunk

Recently Sold Homes in Roxborough & Manayunk

11 Things You Need to Know Before You Put Your Home on the Market

By Jon Miller, Realtor®

1. You Don’t Get a Second Chance to Make a First Impression

Photos will be the first thing potential buyers see. Since home buyers are shopping for homes online, and getting alerts of new listings that match their criteria, the first time any buyer or agent will get a glimpse of your home will be the listing photos. Most people are perusing listings while they’re doing other things like standing in line at the store, riding the train to work, or watching TV. People will typically make a decision about whether or not they like a house within just a few seconds, often after seeing only 3-5 photos. If the photos don’t catch their attention they’ll simply swipe the screen and move on to the next listing. A professional photographer who understands lighting, angles, and composition will ensure that your home looks it’s best in the photos.

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Moving to Philadelphia, PA

Moving to Philadelphia

By Jon Miller, Realtor®

If you’re moving to Philadelphia you’ll want some inside information on what it’s like to live here, where to live, and how to make the move. When I first moved to Philadelphia from North Carolina at the end of 2004 I had no idea how to get around the city or where to live. Fortunately, I had a friend who grew up here who was able to help me navigate the area but there was still a lot to learn and figure out. In this article, I’ll guide you through the city and nearby suburbs to help you find out what you need to know about living in Philadelphia.

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