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April 1, 2020

Get Your Berks County Home Clean for Spring

Since most of us are in need of something productive to do, now is the time to get out the cleaning supplies and take care of your spring cleaning. If you plan to sell your home in Berks County soon, cleaning your home is a must. But if you're not selling your home, cleaning it deeply is a great way to take care of a necessary task and have a sense of accomplishment.

Here are a few tips to get you going.

Clean Room-By-Room

Cleaning your home room by room is the most effective way to deep clean. Make a room checklist for areas of your home that need more attention. Go ahead and skip cleaning items that were recently cleaned so you can focus on the more neglected parts of your home.

Organize and Clear the Clutter

Getting rid of clutter is a big part of spring cleaning. And since you probably have more time on your hands now, you can make an extra effort to clear your life of things you don't need. You can take a systematic four-step approach to identifying problems, analyzing reasons, determining solutions, and implementing remedies. Then sort your belongings into four categories—trash, give-away, store, or put-way.

Get the Family Involved

If you have a family, don't leave them out of the fun. Now more than ever, this is the time for the family to work together. Just try to have fun and you'll be surprised at how much you can get done.

Tackle the Seasonal Chores

Some special chores need to be done seasonally. We ignore them for most of the fall and winter, but now it is time to bite the bullet and get these things clean. Even though these chores only need to be done once or twice a year, they will help your home run look better and run smoothly. Outdoor chores like cleaning grills, patios, and windows can be a little intimidating, but some simple tricks can keep the jobs manageable.

Keep Cleaning Products to a Minimum

Since cleaning supplies can be hard to come by, just try to buy what you need. Resist the temptation to buy a ton of cleaning supplies (if you can find them). The real champions of spring cleaning are more basic supplies, such as a good all-purpose cleaner and microfiber cloths. There are even homemade cleaners you can make that will save you money while protecting the environment.

Establish New Cleaning Habits

A good, thorough spring cleaning that includes the whole house is a great time to establish new on-going cleaning habits, and it can also make the next spring cleaning a good deal easier. Simple 15-minute cleanup routines practiced every few days, each including a series of one- to two-minute chores, can make it remarkably easy to keep your home clean and tidy all year long.

 

Above all, stay home and stay safe!

Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool.

March 26, 2020

Support Local Reading Restaurants With a Take Out or Delivery Order

With the Coronavirus threat, many local restaurants in Reading are struggling with the situation. We can support them and enjoy some great food at the same time by ordering food for pickup or delivery.  Many restaurants in Reading and across the nation are converting to this new business model.

Here's some of the best local restaurants in Reading offering takeout or delivery at this time. Of course these details could change at any time. We wish all of our businesses in Berks County the best and continued success.

Sweet Street Desserts | Order Online

722 Hiesters Ln, Reading, PA 19605 | (610) 929-0616

Sweet Streets offers a full menu of breakfast, lunch, and dinner selections, along with pizzas and desserts.

Screpesi's Sandwich Shop

500 Lancaster Ave, Reading, PA 19611 | (610) 373-9913

Screpesi's Sandwich Shop features homemade bread, meatball sandwiches, sandwiches, and pizza.

Aladdin Restaurant | Facebook

401 Penn Ave, Reading, PA 19611 | (610) 685-6677

If you crave middle eastern cuisine, you can order from Aladdin for pickup or delivery.

Jumbo China Buffet

3252 N 5th Street Hwy, Reading, PA 19605 | (610) 921-1998

Jumbo china buffet is the largest Chinese buffet in Reading and offers takeout.

Sebastiano's Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria | Order Online

3227 Perkiomen Ave, Reading, PA 19606 | (610) 370-9660

Sebastiano's offers an extensive range of traditional Italian dishes, pizza, Italian entrées, sandwiches, salads, and more.

Mi Casa Su Casa

320 Penn St, Reading, PA 19602 | (610) 375-1161

Latino American cuisine with a touch of soul such as baked chicken, roast pork, rice and beans, baked mac and cheese, empanadas, Cuban sandwiches, salads, smoothies, soups and more.

We hope that everyone stays safe and healthy during this trying time. And hopefully you stay well fed supporting these restaurants in Reading.

Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool.

March 18, 2020

Boost Your Berks County Curb Appeal on a Budget

Boost Your Berks County Curb Appeal on a Budget

The Spring home selling season is here in Berks County, despite the current COVID-19 crisis. If you plan to sell your home in Berks County, now is the perfect time to get your home ready to sell. 

Curb appeal is probably the most important aspect to focus on when selling a home. It's all about first impressions. When a potential buyer look at your home, their first reaction should be "wow!"

Since many of us are concerned about saving money, what are some cheap ways to boost your curb appeal?

Think about symmetry.

Symmetry is an important part of good design. Look at your home from the street with a critical eye. What can you move or redesign? What can you add or update that will give the front of your home a balanced and attractive look?

Trim your shrubs.

Giving your shrubs a nice flat-top trim to better show off your home is an effective and affordable way to boost curb appeal. It gives your shrubs a landscaped look, and lets buyers see your home better.

Pressure washing.

It's not often to find a home that doesn't need a good pressure wash. Grime, mold and algae have no doubt been building up on your paved areas and the exterior of your home. Pressure washing these areas will make a huge difference. Try to find a way to borrow a pressure washer. But if you can't borrow one, they don't cost too much to rent. 

Upgrade your front porch light.

Is your front porch light getting old and covered in cobwebs? You can replace it with a designer porch light to add some pizzaz for less than $50.

Add porch seating.

If you have solid rockers or modern metal chairs, you can put them on your porch to indicate to buyers that your neighborhood is friendly. Plus, they can have a seat after touring your home and talk about submitting their offer.

Clean your roof.

While you have your hands on that pressure washer, take some time to clean your roof. A good cleaning can make your roof look like new, which is important as most Berks County home buyers don't want to replace the roof on their new house.

Highlight architectural details.

Is your home older and have some interesting architectural details that may be hidden by paint or overgrown shrubbery? Look for anything structural that you can emphasize that could catch a new homeowner's eye, like gables or pediments.

If you take the time and effort to focus on your home's curb appeal, it will go a long way to making sure your home sells faster and for the highest price.

Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool.

March 12, 2020

Get Your Green On With These Fun St. Patrick's Day Events in Berks County

St Patrick's Day is right around the corner and the fun is starting this weekend in Berks County. Enjoy a green breakfast, take a cold plunge, run a race, or just kick back and listen to some good Irish music and drink a brew. There's something for everyone in Berks County this week. Here's a few events to plan for.

St. Patrick's Day Ice Cream for Breakfast at Sweet Ride!

Sat, Mar 14, 8 AM – 12 PM
Sweet Ride Ice Cream
542 Penn Ave, West Reading, PA

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Sweet Ride Ice Cream.  In addition to the regular menu, there will be regular and green homemade Waffles and Ice Cream, Cereal Sundaes, Cinnamon Roll Waffles with an Irish Cream Glaze, French Toast Ice Cream Sandwiches, Shamrock Brownie Sundaes, Paddy Shakes, St. Patrick's Day Waffle Sundaes and Irish Coffee.

St. Patty's Marsh Madness 2020

Sat, Mar 14, 10 AM – 1 PM
Blue Marsh Lake
1268 Palisades Dr, Leesport, PA

The YMCA of Reading and Berks County invites you to the annual polar bear plunge. When you plunge for Marsh Madness, you provide a safe space for children in your community to play, grow, and learn, regardless of ability to pay. All funds raised benefit YMCA Youth Programs, including scholarships for summer camp, youth sports, before and after school programs, childcare, and more. Registration begins at 10:00 a.m. PLUNGE begins at 11:00 a.m. at Blue Marsh Day Use Area.

3rd Annual Luck of The Irish 10Miler & 5k

Sun, Mar 15, 9 AM – 12 PM
Fitzwater Station
264 Canal St, Phoenixville, PA

Location: Fitzwater Station 264 Canal St Phoenixville, PA 19460. Registration at the Fitzwater Bar and Grill. Registration opens at 7:30am. Start Times: 10 Miler will begin at 9AM, 5k & 1Mile at 9:10AM.  Course: Flat, Fast & Scenic out & back course entirely on the SRT & Perkiomen Trail.

St. Patrick's Day Dinner

Sat, Mar 14, 5 – 10 PM
Reading Liederkranz
143 Spook Ln, Reading, PA

Irish Buffet to be created by Chef Joerg Werner and the Kitchen Crew. Reservations are required and will sell-out quickly.! Music will be provided by the Malarkey Brothers. Members $30.00 and Guest $35.00.Doors open at 5 PM and Buffet begins at 6:30 PM. Reservations can be made at https://www.readingliederkranz.com/event-reservations or by calling the Clubhaus @ 610-373-3982.

Hott Toddys and Better Than Nothing St. Patrick's Day Bash

Fri, Mar 13, 8 PM – Sat, Mar 14, 12 AM
Klingers at the airport
2385 Bernville Rd, Reading, PA

Join Klingers for a SHAMROCKIN' good time with Better Than Nothing AND Hott Toddys. Join both bands for a one night special event. Drink Specials all night long! $10 Cover.

Have a Safe and Happy St. Patrick's Day!

There are many great reasons to buy a home in Berks County. Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool.

March 4, 2020

The Top Things to Repair When Selling a Home in Berks County

When you own a home for years, you can start to look over all the wear and tear that builds up on your home. But when you decide to sell your home in Berks County, the condition of your home becomes a matter that needs attention.

The big question is: what do you fix? You no doubt don't want to throw money around needlessly, but you also need to make sure your home is ready to compete with all the homes for sale in Berks County and the surrounding areas.

Here are a few critical areas to focus on to make sure your home is ready to sell.

1. Paint

The great news is that painting your home is the easiest and most affordable way to improve its overall appeal. Plus, this is a job you can do yourself. If you've never painted your house before, you can watch a few tutorial on YouTube.

On your interior walls, you should stick to neutral colors, as it will appeal to the most buyers. And you don't have to paint every room, just the ones that need it. Also, make sure to remove wallpaper, as it will date your home. Don't assume that buyers will ignore old ugly wallpaper. They won't.

2. Exterior

First impressions are everything in real estate. If buyers roll up to your home and it looks like a mess, they may just hit the gas and go look at another home for sale.

Give close attention to how your home looks from the curb. How does the fence look? Does it need staining or boards replaced? Is your yard mowed and manicured? Is there trash laying around or items that don't belong outside your home? A few simple repairs and some basic lawn maintenance may be all you need.

Also look at the siding and roof of your home. Powerwash the siding, and paint it if it's showing signs of age. Remove moss from the roof and replace any missing shingles.

3. Kitchen

The kitchen is arguably one of the most important rooms in a home. Buyers will want a modern kitchen that can handle the needs of their family and entertaining guests. But you don't need to do a complete kitchen overhaul unless you really need to and will make the money back on the sale.

If the painting, lighting, and counters are all looking out of date, you can change all of that without spending too much. A fresh coat of paint, new fixtures, and new countertops will go a long way to modernizing your kitchen.

Make sure your appliances are in good working order. If not, you may need to replace them or at least repair them to make them fully operational to appeal to buyers.

4. Bathroom

The bathroom is another room that buyers will scrutinize. Everything in your bathroom should be clean and work as it should. Make sure any needed repairs are made. Just changing the toilet seat cover can make a difference.

Make sure to clean or replace grout that's become dirty and replace any missing tiles. You may also want to paint the walls to make it look brighter.

Of course, there are many things you can do to get your home ready to sell in Berks County. We can help you decide what improvements will make the most difference so that you can sell your home faster and get the most return on your investment.

Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool.

Posted in Home Sellers
Feb. 26, 2020

Things to Look at When Buying a Home in Berks County

Things to look at when buying a homeThere are so many things to consider when you're looking for the perfect home in Berks County. The condition of the home is one major consideration. But there's more to consider when buying a home. Just one walk-through is not enough to really analyze if any home will be the one that fits your needs.

Here are some features that you should consider when buying a home in Berks County to make sure you don't have any regrets with your home purchase.

Room Dimensions

When you view a home, there will no doubt be furniture in the rooms, and perhaps clutter if they haven't staged the home. Ideally, a seller will make sure your view of the rooms isn't hampered with excess items laying around. But in any case, it's a good idea to measure all the rooms to make sure your furniture will fit and you can lay things out as you desire. You can also take those measurements and use a home design app to get a better idea of how you can lay out your potential new home. That way you can avoid unpleasant surprises if your furniture doesn't end up fitting in your new home. And also make sure to measure doors, especially entrance doors, to make sure you can get your furniture in the house in the first place.

Layout

How is the home you're interested in laid out? The flow of the home will affect your daily life, so it's important to think about your lifestyle and how the layout of your new home will help or hinder your daily routines. Does the flow fit with your family's needs? Is the kitchen, dining room, and family room laid out in a way that let you carry out your daily routines easily? How are you going to use the home? Do you plan on changing the layout after you buy the home or keep it the same? If you do plan on making changes to the layout, you need to estimate how much those changes will cost into the overall cost of buying the home.

Light

How much light makes it inside the home? The way that light flows through a home has an impact not only on energy use, but also your mood. Try to visit the home at different times of the day to see how the sunlight comes into the home.

Bathrooms and Kitchen

The bathrooms and kitchen are probably the most important part of any home. Does the home you're considering have enough bathrooms to meet your family's needs? Are the bathrooms large enough? Are the fixtures in good shape, or do they need replacing? If the bathrooms need modernizing, you should factor the price of updating them into the overall cost of the home.

The kitchen can be one of the most expensive parts of a home to update. Kitchen remodels can get into the tens of thousands of dollars. Make sure that you closely look at the cabinets and appliances to determine if they'll need replacing in the near future.

Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool.

Posted in Home Buyers
Feb. 19, 2020

Enjoy the Healthy Flavors of Berks County Farms

Enjoy the healthy flavors of local Berks County farmsOne of the great things about living in Berks County is all the amazing local produce and baked items available at a number of farmers markets in the area. And you don't have to wait for Spring to enjoy the fresh tastes of Berks County, as some of these markets are open all year. If you're looking for a way to eat healthier, you can't do better than eating local produce.

Here's a few of the best farmer's markets in Berks County:

Fairgrounds Farmers Market
2934 N 5th Street Hwy, Reading, PA 19605

The Reading Eagle rated Boscov’s Fairgrounds Farmers Market the Best Farmers Market in Reading for 2019. And it's easy to see why, with 65 merchants selling a wide array of local fresh produce, family events, free parking, and open all year. You'll find just about everything you need, from seafood, sweets, coffee, local brews, flowers, wine, BBQ, baked goods, international food, produce, meats, and even a barber shop. You can grab a sandwich at the Sandwich Shack to keep up your energy for hours of shopping. Open Thurs - Sat.

Way-Har Farm Market
7701 Bernville Rd, Bernville, PA 19506

For fresh dairy products straight from the cow, Way-Har has it all, including their own handmade ice cream in 90 flavors. Their cows are well cared for and have won a number show awards. There's also an in-store bakery, baking up delights such as Iced Raisin Bread, ​Sticky Buns, Chocolate Cakes, Crumb Pies, Cream Pies, Berry Pies, Wet Bottom Shoofly Pies,  and 14 Varieties of Cookies all year round. Stick around for lunch or dinner at the deli, serving hot soups, deli sandwiches, and more.

Shillington Farmers Market
10 S Summit Ave, Shillington, PA 19607

Shillington is another year-round all inclusive market featuring a wide range of local produce, meats, baked goods, coffee, sushi, juice, CBD products, seafood, wine, and more. This market has been a staple for 85 years and covers 18,000 sq feet of retail space. Open Thursday and Friday from 7 am – 7 pm and Saturday 7 am – 4 pm.

Plum Creek Farm Market & Creamery
5035 Bernville Rd #8219, Bernville, PA 19506

You'll find all sorts of seasonal items grown right on the farm, with strawberries,  peaches, melons, lettuce, spinach, spring onions, sugar peas, cucumbers, zucchini, and more. They also feature a selection of candies, dried fruits and nuts, and baked goods.

There are many great reasons to buy a home in Berks County. Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool.

Posted in Reading Community
Feb. 12, 2020

Changes to FICO Credit Scoring - Will It Make Buying a Home in Berks County Easier?

Changes to FICO Credit Scoring - Will They Make Buying a Home in Berks County Easier?By the end of this year, the way that FICO credit scores are measured will change. How will these changes affect your ability to buy a home in Berks County? That all depends on how you currently manage your credit. What exactly will change about the way FICO scores will be measured?

The New System

According to Experian, "Fair Isaac Corp., commonly known as FICO®, has built a new suite of scoring models that will be available from all three credit reporting agencies (Experian, TransUnion and Equifax) to lenders by the end of 2020...The new models will treat late payments and debt more severely, but will also now consider historical information about your credit card balances and payment amounts. Your FICO® Score will likely change as a result.”

In other words, if you have a higher score right now because you manage your finances well, you may see your score increase. The difference will be noticed the most for those with scores in the 600s. If your score is currently in the lower 600s or lower, your score could go down even further. If your score is currently in the upper 600s or higher, your score could increase.

How much could your score change? Your score could increase or decrease by 20 points or more. This difference could make an impact on your ability to qualify for a home loan when you buy a home in Berks County.

What Can You Do to Keep Your FICO Score in Check?

In essence, the same principles for maintaining a good credit score won't change. This change will affect those with rising debt levels and who fall behind on loan payments more harshly. So if you already have a healthy credit score, you'll be in an even better position. But if you're struggling to keep your credit score healthy, then your credit score could go down even more. How can you make sure you're in a better position when these changes take place? Here are some tips:

Pay your bills on time: This may seem obvious, but it's even more important now. Late payments will be penalized even more after these changes take place. This means that if you miss payments, you will see a more severe drop in your score.

Pay down credit card balances: According to FICO, borrowers should “keep revolving debt below 30% of their available credit so that they don’t see a larger impact to their credit score."

Get current: Closely examine your credit report and make sure everything is correct, as well as any payment or bill that may have fallen through the cracks. Catching up on any missed payment will help show that you're taking care of your credit rating and help your score.

Avoid personal loans: Personal loans will affect your FICO score more after the changes take place. This will be done in order to penalize those who consolidate debt with personal loans and then go on to rack up more debt.

Don’t cancel your credit cards: Closing accounts can actually hurt your FICO score. Keeping a credit card account open for a long time can actually help your credit score, as it shows a more established credit history.

The bottom line is that these changes will make buying a home in Berks County easier if you already have good credit practices. And if your credit needs help now, you still have time to improve your score before the changes take full effect. 

Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool.

Feb. 5, 2020

Ways to Save Money Moving to Berks County

No matter how you slice it, moving is expensive. It at least costs you time and effort, not to mention hard green cash.

That's not to say that moving isn't worth it. Hopefully your next move is a good one, especially if you plan to buy a home here in beautiful in Berks County.

There are always ways to save money doing anything, and moving is one thing that you can save a lot of money on if you do it right. Saving money during your move takes planning and digging for deals.

Here's a few sure ways to save money when you move:

Don't Take Everything

Most of us tend to keep things over the years. We stash items in places and then forget about them. Then years later we find things hiding in drawers and don't even remember where they came from.

These are exactly the kind of things you can leave behind when you move. If you have time, you can sell things online to make some money to put toward your move. Or you can donate to a local charity thrift store.

Before you start packing, organize your possessions according to what you want to keep and give away. Then when you start packing, you only have to pack what you're keeping. And that means less manpower when it comes to the actual moving. Plus, you may be helping others in need when you donate your unwanted items.

Decide What You Need Help With

Moving takes a lot of effort, to say the least. A moving company can certainly do everything for you if you have the money. But there are some things you can do yourself that will shave off the cost.

Can you pack your own items? Are there smaller boxes or things you can move on your own? The less the moving company has to handle, the more money you save.

Look for free moving supplies

There's all sorts of free moving supplies out there if you take some time to look. Friends and family might have used boxes lying around. Liquor stores are a good source, as liquor boxes are sturdy since they have fragile cargo to protect. You can use these boxes to pack glass or other fragile items, especially if they have dividers.

Just make sure that any used boxes you use are sturdy enough to handle being tossed about a bit. Some movers may not be as careful as you would be.

Is it cheaper to ship?

If you can ship some or all of your belongings by mail, this may be a more affordable option than renting a truck and hiring movers.

Compare prices

As with buying anything, it makes sense to compare moving service prices. Movers in Berks County are always competing for business, so they're looking to attract your business. But remember that cheaper is not always better, so make sure to check reviews online for any bad experiences.

Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool. 

Posted in Berks County
Jan. 29, 2020

Furnish Your Home In Berks County and Give Back to the Community

Furnish Your Home in Berks County and Give Back to the CommunityAre you looking for unique vintage furniture and decor to dress up your home in Berks County? Or are you planning to sell your home and need to thin out some of your belongings? If so, why not check out some of the local thrift stores? They can be a fun place to visit if you love hunting for rare and forgotten items to decorate your home. Whether you buy or donate items, you're helping the Berks County community. Depending on where you live, some thrift stores will even pick up your furniture donations, saving you time during your move.

Here's some of the best thrift stores in Berks County.

Goodwill Store & Donation Center
3413 N 5th Street Hwy, Reading, PA 19605

Purchases made at Goodwill go to support Goodwill Keystone Area, a non-profit organization, which covers 22 counties in southeastern and central Pennsylvania. They help people in the area with job training and employment programs. You can have your donations picked up at your home using a 48-hour priority home pick-up service through their partnership with College Hunks Hauling for a fee.

Curious Consignments
605 Penn Ave, West Reading, PA 19611

This unique thrift store features a great selection of stained glass, furniture, clothes and antiques. They focus on selling hard-to-find items and antiques, along with consignment clothing.

OppShop
3045 N 5th Street Hwy, Reading, PA 19605

As part of Opportunity House’s Reuse & Recycle Program, the OppShop supports the various programs of Opportunity House that help residents of Berks County in various ways. They have a fine selection of upscale furniture and houseware items just waiting to adorn your home in Berks County.

Miller's Thrift
816 Carsonia Ave, Reading, PA 19606

Miller's obtains most of their items from abandoned storage units and pick out the best household items, antiques, and other unique items. While they don't support local charities, they offer a great option to support the local economy.

City Thrift Shop Inc
314 Penn St, Reading, PA 19602

This locally owned thrift store supports people in need in the Reading area, such as giving meals to veterans and warm clothing to those without. You'll find all sorts of items for your home, along with clothing, books, and candy.

There are many great reasons to buy a home in Berks County. Visit our blog every week for more real estate articles and local Berks County articles. We can help you find the perfect home for sale in Reading and the surrounding communities of Blandon, Boyertown, Douglassville, Exeter Township, Fleetwood, Kutztown, and Oley with our powerful property search tool. 

Posted in Berks County