Tips for Move-Up Buyers

August 7th, 2019

A lot of real estate advice is focused on first-time buyers.  For those who have already been there and done that, it’s helpful to have advice on taking the next step.  Move-up buyers may have experience with buying and owning a home.  But, in order to move to your next home, you’ll also need to sell your existing home Read More...

Going Up — A New Paone Community!

July 30th, 2019

A new Sal Paone Builder community will soon be going up in Plymouth Meeting!  So, for all of you who may have missed out on recently sold communities, now’s your chance to own a Paone.  Our new community, Plymouth Valley Estates, will include 79 single-family-detached, luxury homes on .25 - Read More...

How to Choose a Home Builder

July 10th, 2019

Whether you’re thinking of buying a home in a new home community, or considering building a custom home, choosing the right builder is your most important decision. It’s easy to be swayed by a beautifully decorated model home, or by a builder’s portfolio of gorgeous one-of-a-kind residences Read More...

Crazy, Expensive Home Repairs

June 4th, 2019

Many homeowners opt for a newly constructed home over an older home because they fear the impact of costly home repairs and maintenance.  If you’re on the fence about which way to go, consider the possible investment if the home you’re considering needs major work.  Realtor.com details five of the most crazy, expensive home repairs, including foundation restoration, furnace or central AC replacement, repairing water damaged walls and ceilings, replacing the lawn, and tree removal Read More...

Best Places to Live in Montgomery County

February 27th, 2019

Livability is what makes a community stand out as a “best place” to call home. Every year, Niche.com compiles its list of the most livable communities.  Niche ranks the overall quality of an area by reviewing a wide variety of factors, including schools, cost of living, housing, diversity, health, jobs, nightlife, outdoor activities, commuting methods – even the number of sunny days Read More...

New Construction vs. Existing Homes

December 5th, 2018

Home buyers always have a choice between purchasing an existing home or a new construction home.  As a builder with more than 40 years of experience in new home construction, the Sal Paone Builders team naturally sees the advantages of buying a brand, spanking new home.  Many of our buyers tell us that they love the idea of a clean, fresh, never-lived in home that won’t reveal any hidden surprises down the road Read More...

Questions to Ask Your Home Builder

July 10th, 2018

If you’ve decided to go with new construction for your next home, selecting the right builder is just as important as deciding on your dream design.  In addition to having an excellent reputation, your builder should be one who is always willing to answer your questions – because you’re going to have a lot of them Read More...

Do the Charleston at Washington Manor!

April 10th, 2018

New home opportunities like this don’t come along too often.  If you appreciate history, enjoy nature and dream of a luxurious new home, this is your moment.  A beautiful Charleston model will soon be built at Washington Manor, the fabulous new community by Sal Paone Builders.  Washington Manor is situated on the grounds of the historic Emlen House, which served as George Washington’s headquarters prior to the Continental Army’s march to Valley Forge in 1777 Read More...

Winter Homework: Builder Shopping!

January 24th, 2018

While the winter season may not be the best time to visit a new home community, it’s a great time to shop for a builder. Many buyers interested in new construction search for a home style, location or community that fits their needs. All of that is important – but it’s also essential to identify a builder you can trust to deliver quality, craftsmanship and exceptional service before and after the sale Read More...

Designer Tips: Picking Your Home’s Perfect Palette

July 13th, 2017

So, you’ve purchased a new home – and now you need to pick your color palette. That means wall colors, furniture, window treatments, accessories and more for each room. Don’t panic! HGTV.com writers H. Camille Smith and Kathy McCleary have pulled together 15 great designer tips to get you started Read More...