Best Year Yet! The Numbers Behind Our Success

Posted on Jan 08, 2016


Seriously, this was our best year yet. Sure, it was our first official year, but it was an amazing one. Here are a few of the numbers driving our success and changing real estate in Philadelphia.

Best year yet! Client savings | $443k, sales volume | $28,410,000, deals, sale price | 98%, team members | Krystal Eason, Dave Speers, Brandon Budda, media | 6 outlets,  inquiries | 500+,  new product | HomeRise.

The numbers driving our success and changing real estate in Philadelphia.

We are looking forward to an exciting 2016 with more new faces, a larger coverage area, new technology platforms, and most importantly, helping people Find a Better Way Home. Contact us today to get started finding your dream home or to save money on the sale of your property.


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