Author: Andrew Janos

After what seems like an impossibly long wait, the time has come. Settlement day is here; the day that you can finally put this transaction to rest. It’s been a stressful and exciting time, from listing your place and talking with prospective clients to negotiating an offer and executing the sale. But now, it’s all down to one last meeting. Signing the documents, initialing on the dotted line, and handing over the keys. Selling your home has been in your sights for a while, but only now is it right within your grasp.

After what seems like an impossibly long wait, the time has come. Settlement day is here; the day that you can finally put this transaction to rest. It’s been a stressful and exciting time, from listing your place and talking with prospective clients to negotiating an offer and executing the sale. But now, it’s all down to one last meeting. Signing the documents, initialing on the dotted line, and handing over the keys. Selling your home has been in your sights for a while, but only now is it right within your grasp.

Moving into a new place, especially a home you’ve purchased, is a major life accomplishment! It’s the end of a long journey of searching high and low for the perfect place to settle in and make your own. From the initial idea to the buying process, you’ve probably been through a lot, and it’s really easy to feel fatigued from the process, but the home stretch is the most important part!

Nestled in the upper northwest corner of the city high in the hills and under layers of verdant green, Philadelphia’s East Falls has long been described as an oasis of green in the city. Home to large stone houses and mansions, the neighborhood strikes a balance between the 19th century charm it retains from its early days and an understated modernity found in newer development.