Jeff Geoghan is vice president of marketing and communications for Coldwell Banker Select Professionals and Select Services, based in Lancaster City, with 10 offices in eight Central Pennsylvania counties. Jeff lives in East Petersburg, where he also serves as mayor. Jeff has been actively involved in local government and business and has been used as a source by local, regional and national publications.
With this week's release of the much-anticipated iOS7 and the “new” iPhones, our attention turns once again to the inexorable march of website technology toward a mobile-centric platform. Read More »»
CNN Money online made the pronouncement recently that “our long national foreclosure nightmare may be over.” Read More »»
As part of our regular market research in the real estate market in Central Pa., we look at the changes happening with new listings and sales over time. Read More »»
This week I sat down with Christine Sable, CCIM and broker of Sable Commercial Realty in Lancaster County, to talk about how a prospective business owner gets started, now that everyone is looking forward to some positive movement in the local economy in the coming years. Read More »»
This week, the Federal Housing Administration trimmed the amount of time people have to wait until they can qualify for a home loan mortgage to one year after bankruptcy, short sale or foreclosure. The previous timeframe had been two years. Read More »»
I was out in New Jersey for a regional event and had the opportunity to talk to a counterpart at the shore whose area received damage in Hurricane Sandy last fall. Read More »»
Most real estate industry observers and “thought leaders” agree that it’s far past time for the paperless revolution to have reached the home sale process. With its veritable mountains of paperwork, real estate transactions remain mired in the 1950s while all around us electronic options are exploding. Read More »»
U.S. senators are considering revisions to the tax code this week and are reportedly taking what they’re calling a “blank slate” approach to the process. Read More »»
This week, we were looking at the midyear real estate sales figures (January-June) for all the midstate counties. The signs are positive. Read More »»
Each Fourth of July week, I devote my column to a reminder that we live in a special place where anyone is allowed to own their own property. This is no insignificant thing; our right to have and to hold property is the bedrock of our free society, and I believe this right should be actively defended against encroachments. Read More »»
Lots of people miss their goals. I've been one of them -- often.
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