Townhouse: Region in Search of a Could Get With $500,000 Now

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Townhouse: Region in Search of a Could Get With $500,000 Now

  • A New Yorker Made His Way to the Philadelphia Region in Search of a Townhouse. What You Could Get With $500,000

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  • In 2015, Jeanine Molock returned to her hometown of New York City after working in K–12 education for thirty years and living and working across the nation.
  • After returning to her mother’s bedside, Dr. Molock learned that her mother had lung cancer.
  • She looked for a place to buy and accepted a position at LaGuardia Community College in Queens as an institutional research manager.
  • But as the city’s cost of living increased, she became irritated and doubted that, as a single woman, she would ever be able to own a home.
  • Harlem was not the city.
  • I left behind when I moved back to New York and lived there,” Dr. Molock, 57, remarked.
  • “The neighborhoods I frequented and grew up in were no longer affordable.

 

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  1. After working at the CUNY School of Professional Studies for a while, she left her caregiving duties to her brother and accepted.
  2. A new position at Bryn Mawr College, which is outside of Philadelphia, in November 2022.
  3. The location was perfect: Kyle, one of her two sons, and his spouse had moved to a town a short distance from the university.
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  5. As her lease was about to expire last summer, Dr. Molock began her search for a new home after renting an apartment in Malvern, Pennsylvania, for a few months to familiarize herself with the neighborhood.
  6. Despite her best efforts, she was still confronted with the obstacles presented by the real estate calendar.

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  • She was up against families rushing to purchase properties in communities with top-notch school systems, such as Lower Merion Township, where she was concentrating her search, as it continued into August.
  • Her son had found a home with the assistance of Keller Williams real estate agent Derek Ryan, with whom she had worked. Mr.
  • Ryan remarked, “Jeanine is really smart and savvy.”
  • “She is diligent and pays attention to details, which is helpful in this kind of search.”
  • Dr. Molock, working with a roughly $500,000 budget, gave top priority to neighborhoods near her son’s and his family’s residences, as well as resale value based on school districts.
  • Her wish list, which included more room, more greenery, and more parking, was well-known to anyone who has ever yearned for a getaway from the city.
  • First placeThree-Room Wynnewood Home
  • Dr. Molock’s son and her new office were approximately ten minutes away from this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath townhouse.
  • With 2,260 square feet, skylights, a private backyard patio, a newly remodeled kitchen, and an ample amount of storage in the finished basement, it was an ideal living space.

 

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  1. In addition, there was street parking and a private one-car garage.
  2. $535,000 was the asking price, plus $210 a month for homeowner association dues and approximately $8,200 in annual taxes.
  3. Newtown Square three-bedroom
  4. About twenty minutes separated this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home from Dr. Molock’s office.
  5. A two-story dining room, a living room with a fireplace, a sizable upstairs loft, and a rear deck were all included in its 1,898 square feet.
  6. Although the complex featured tennis courts and a community pool, the house needed some updating.
  7. State parks and natural areas were also close by.

The $440,000 asking price included approximately $6,500 in annual taxes and $240 in monthly homeowner association dues.

  1. Third Notification
  2. Two-room Springfield home
  3. Dr. Molock’s office was approximately twenty-five minutes away from this 1,483-square-foot twin home with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
  4. With a large eat-in kitchen, lots of natural light, glass doors connecting the living room to the back deck, carpeted bedrooms, a walk-in closet, a two-car garage, and a driveway, it has been completely remodeled.
  5. Together with $262 in monthly homeowner association dues and approximately $7,065 in annual taxes, the asking price was $424,900.

 

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