Rental approvals up: Which generations are most apt to apply? | PARJustListed.com

September 14, 2017

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Marple-Newtown School District Residential Market Report | Stevesisman’s Blog

September 13, 2017

Source: Marple-Newtown School District Residential Market Report | Stevesisman’s Blog

Marple-Newtown School District Residential Market Report

September 13, 2017

Source: Marple-Newtown-School-District-August-2017.pdf

Delaware County Second Quarter 2017 Report

September 13, 2017

Source: Delaware County 2nd 1/4 2017 report

Delaware County Residential Market Report August 2017

September 13, 2017

Source: Delaware-County-August-2017.pdf

‘Ethics Adventure’ Training Game Uses Interactive Story To Teach

September 12, 2017

Source: ‘Ethics Adventure’ Training Game Uses Interactive Story To Teach

Marple eyes pollution reductions

September 12, 2017

Marple eyes pollution reductions
At a recent public hearing, Marple Township commissioners reviewed a pollution-reduction plan that would assess and reduce water pollution due to sediment in the Crum Creek and Darby Creek watersheds. The presentation was required to comply with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System regulations to renew its municipal separate storm sewer systems permit for 2018. The draft proposal offers strategies to reduce sediment in both watersheds by 10 percent over five years. The permit fee is $2,500, but future costs could range from $50,000 to $75,000 per year to finance the projects needed to keep the creeks clean, said Joe Rufo, president of the commissioners.
Source: Daily Times; 8/24/2017

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Marple Newtown settles with StoneMor; cemetery to pay taxes

September 12, 2017

Marple Newtown settles with StoneMor; cemetery to pay taxes
The Marple Newtown School District has reportedly reached a tentative settlement agreement in a tax dispute with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and subsidiaries of StoneMor Partners LP, the for-profit corporation currently operating Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery. Lawrence Miller is the president and chief executive officer of StoneMor, the publicly traded cemetery corporation that manages the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s 13 cemeteries. Four are in Delaware County, including Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery in Marple. Property valuation and related tax exemption issues were scheduled for trial before Delaware County Court of Common Pleas Judge Spiros Angelos, but a settlement has reportedly been reached. Marple Newtown had claimed the property’s primary purpose is a for-profit cemetery that sells burial rights, goods and services, and any religious worship, such as graveside services, is incidental to those for-profit endeavors.
Source: Daily Times; 9/5/2017

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Certified Short Sale Master Default Intermediary,

Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist,

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a member of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce,

a member of the Delaware Small Business Chamber,

 
VP of the “Little Shul” (CYSEI)
Viet Nam Vetran

PA Lic# RS218928L DE Lic# RS-0016238

Sell For Up To 18% More! Watch This Before You List  
Weichert
610.565.1300 main PA
302.992.9500 main DE
610.357.6101 preferred
606 E. Baltimore Pike, Media, PA 19063 * 610.565.4599 fax (PA)
4760 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808 * 302.992.9815 fax (DE)
steve@stevesisman.com * www.SteveSisman.com
A caring professional…
Oh and by the way, I’m never too busy for your referrals!
*If your property is currently listed; or, you are currently contracted with a licensed real estate professional, this IS NOT intended as a solicitation*
 
**E-mails sent or received shall neither constitute acceptance of conducting transactions via electronic means nor create a binding contract until and unless a written contract is signed by the parties**
 
***NOTE: I will NEVER request Bank Wiring Instructions, Bank Account Information or Social Security Number by email.  If you receive an email requesting this information, DO NOT RESPOND!!!

Area legislators propose Sterling Act changes

September 12, 2017

Area legislators propose Sterling Act changes
Pennsylvania’s ‘Sterling Act’ rules allow Philadelphia to keep all the money brought in by wage taxes on people working in the city. If you work anywhere other than Philadelphia and your home town or school district has a wage tax, the tax comes back to your home community. It is estimated that municipalities in Philadelphia’s four surrounding counties lost a total of more than $20 million in revenue to the city wage tax in 2015, according to Dan Rattigan, chairman of the Upper Makefield Board of Supervisors and president of the Bucks County Association of Township Officials. State Sen. Tommy Tomlinson, R-6, of Bensalem, has introduced Senate Bill 840, legislation that would direct Philadelphia to return a portion of the money paid by a nonresident worker to that worker’s home municipality. The remitted funds would be equal to the home municipality’s earned income tax. Tomlinson’s bill is a companion to similar legislation introduced in May by state Rep. Scott Petri, R-178, of New Hope, and assigned to the House Finance Committee. Petri is looking at revising the language to phase out a township’s share from the city wage tax by 20 percent a year over a five-year period. Petri said, “Our goal is to get the money back to the suburban counties, but we also recognize the need for Philadelphia to be strong and vibrant.” Similar legislation introduced by Petri and state Rep. Todd Stephens, R-151, of Horsham, in the 2015-2016 legislative session ended with no votes taken on the bills.
Source: The Intelligencer; 9/1/2017

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Certified Short Sale Master Default Intermediary,

Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist,

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a member of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce,

a member of the Delaware Small Business Chamber,

 
VP of the “Little Shul” (CYSEI)
Viet Nam Vetran

PA Lic# RS218928L DE Lic# RS-0016238

Sell For Up To 18% More! Watch This Before You List  
Weichert
610.565.1300 main PA
302.992.9500 main DE
610.357.6101 preferred
606 E. Baltimore Pike, Media, PA 19063 * 610.565.4599 fax (PA)
4760 Limestone Road, Wilmington, DE 19808 * 302.992.9815 fax (DE)
steve@stevesisman.com * www.SteveSisman.com
A caring professional…
Oh and by the way, I’m never too busy for your referrals!
*If your property is currently listed; or, you are currently contracted with a licensed real estate professional, this IS NOT intended as a solicitation*
 
**E-mails sent or received shall neither constitute acceptance of conducting transactions via electronic means nor create a binding contract until and unless a written contract is signed by the parties**
 
***NOTE: I will NEVER request Bank Wiring Instructions, Bank Account Information or Social Security Number by email.  If you receive an email requesting this information, DO NOT RESPOND!!!

A House Divided: What Divorcing Couples Need From An Agent

September 12, 2017

Source: A House Divided: What Divorcing Couples Need From An Agent