Zanya Summer Health Beauty Guide Bucks County 2018

The New Year often gets all the attention as being the time to make big changes in your life, but we're here to say that we think Summer is THE time to set some goals and go after them!

Whether you're planning a home remodel, buying or selling your home, or furthering your education, here are some local experts than can help.

Remodeling Your Home

Milex Residential – 2020 Happening List Winner for Best Contractor

2310 Big Oak Road, Ste 200, Langhorne
215-245-1685
milexresidential.com

Now more than ever you may be thinking about ways you would like to improve your home. If you’re looking to improve the functionality and square footage of your home, schedule your free consultation with Milex Residential!

To give you some ideas, take a look at these articles:

Milex Residential Provides Home Addition Ideas to Increase Square Footage (And How Much You LOVE Your Home!)
10 Basement Remodeling Tips from Milex Residential

Buying or Selling a Home

Spring and summer are typically the busiest seasons for real estate. The blooming flowers, lack of snow, and the desire to be settled into a new home before the school year begins and the cold weather hits again motivates both buyers and sellers. Things are operating a bit differently than usual right now due to the pandemic, but you CAN still buy or sell right now.

Jacqueline Hillgrube – 2020 Happening List Winner for Best Real Estate Agent

Coldwell Banker Hearthside, REALTORS
jacquelinehillgrube.com

Full-time Realtor in the Bucks County Area
Licensed in both PA and NJ

Jacqueline Hillgrube Bucks County Realtor Footer

Jacqueline Hillgrube has been a trusted realtor in the Bucks County area since 2004.  A member of the team at Coldwell Banker Hearthside, she is a member of the International President Circle and the Million Dollar Guild.  She is the 2020, 2019 and 2018 Happening List winner in the Real Estate Agent category in Bucks County, and she has the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury designation. Read our interview with Jacqueline here, where we discuss how the things you can do right now to prepare your house to sell and how the pandemic is affecting real estate.

Take a look at this stunning listing:

On the Market: Rare Double Lot in Lower Makefield

McCarthy Real Estate

13 Henry Avenue, Feasterville
215-867-4511
mccarthyrealestate.com

McCarthy Real Estate can help you with all of your real estate needs in Bucks County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia. Visit their website to preview properties for sale, tour neighborhoods, learn more about listing your property, and get to know the team.

Howard Kredo – Access Mortgage Lending, LLC.

215-498-1443
www.accessmortgagelending.com
[email protected]

Howard Keto believes that a mortgage should be about building relationships and helping customers find the home loan that's right for them. As a Mortgage Banker for the past 25 years, he can answer your questions so that you have a clear understanding of what you can comfortably afford. Howard specializes in First Time Homebuyer Programs, FHA, 203K Rehabilitation Loans as well as all conventional and Jumbo Products. “Many loan officers can help get a loan. My mission is to help my clients find the home loan that is right for them.”

During this time, Howard has been publishing videos on Facebook on Mondays to share mortgage news:

Furthering Your Education

Bucks County Community College

bucks.edu

High school students entering college for the first time, high schoolers looking to get a head start on college courses, current college students looking to add on summer courses, entrepreneurs that want to develop their skills, adults looking to jumpstart a new career … there are so many different types of people in various stages of life that benefit from taking classes at Bucks County Community College. And perhaps now more than ever, people are looking for ways to prepare for the future … while staying close to home.

Bucks County Community College, which has been attracting summer scholars for more than 50 years, offers nearly 300 credit courses this summer to help students catch up or get ahead.

There’s still time to register for classes starting May 20 for 6 weeks or 12 weeks, June 10 for 9 weeks, and July 1 for six weeks.

Tuition at Bucks County Community College remains $165 a credit for county residents, after the Board of Trustees voted April 9 to keep tuition steady for the next academic year in order to ease the financial burden amid the COVID-19 emergency.

To learn more, email [email protected]. To schedule a virtual visit, go to bucks.edu/experience. To browse college offerings, visit bucks.edu.

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