Yardley, PA, June 18, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Covering everything from what a buyer and seller needs to know about the market to the process of buying and selling a home, “Buying and Selling Real Estate in Bucks County, Pennsylvania” is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in Bucks County real estate. Sellers will learn how to correctly price their homes to get it sold quicker and easier. Buyers will find out how to successfully search for, and find, their ideal homes on the Internet. Both will discover the best ways to interview prospective REALTORS® to help them find the best person to assist them in buying or selling their Bucks County home. Additionally, the book contains tips for those who are interested in selling a Bucks County home, without the use of a realtor.
Mr. Millner makes it as easy as possible for the reader to apply the information they glean from this book to their real estate transaction. He says, “You can either read this book from cover to cover or just reference the sections that apply to your situation. However you approach this learning experience, I promise that you will acquire all of the basic information needed to be prepared for almost any real estate transaction.”
Martin and his Team Millner are award-winning members of the Bucks County Coldwell Banker network. Their latest achievement includes recognition as the top-producing team in the Coldwell Banker Hearthside network.
For additional information about this book, contact Marty Millner or visit www.TeamMillner.com. This book is available for purchase at Amazon.com and both of Martin’s websites, www.MartinMillner.com and www.TeamMillner.com.
About Martin Millner:
A highly respected and successful REALTOR® -- serving primarily Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Mercer County, New Jersey -– Martin Millner has been licensed since 1995. He is a Graduate of the REALTOR® Institute (GRI) and a Certified Internet Professional (e-PRO). Martin is frequently recognized for his outstanding service and expertise while consistently being in the top 1 percent of his company.