National Arbor Day

They clean air and water, slow climate change, ease poverty and hunger, prevent species loss, and feed the human soul. All we need to do is plant and care for them. Let’s work together to make it happen around the world. We inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees. This is the mission statement of the Arbor Day Foundation,… Read more →

By the Numbers: KW is #1

The numbers don’t lie!  As other agencies and brokers in the West Penn Multi-List (WPML) watched their numbers drop in several categories, Keller Williams in Pittsburgh outperformed the market! The entire WPML showed decreases in Written Sales Units and Volume, Keller Williams agents continue to increase their production in this category by double digit gains.  Most impressively, Listings Taken Units is… Read more →

Now $289,900 – Peters Twp w/ Saltwater Pool

    203 Brookwood Rd | Peters Township We welcome you to explore the intriguing facets of 203 Brookwood Road.  A warm and inviting family home that offers dual covered porches, a level ½ acre corner lot with extended parking and sweeping walkway.  Updated with numerous features including exterior siding, gutter guards, windows, maintenance free porch railings and ceilings. Interior:… Read more →

Earth Day 2016

Not to age myself, but many things have changed in real estate and home ownership from when I first started as an agent way back when.  I have seen some ugly decorating trends and building practices come and go, but since the turn of the millennium “we” as a society have become much more conscientious to our impact on Mother… Read more →

The “Old CONSOL Headquarters” – More Than Whole Foods

  Upper Saint Clair residents remember the spot as the “old CONSOL headquarters”, but the development across from South Hills Village Mall (at the cross section of Rt. 19 and Fort Couch rd.) is getting a new look.  You’ve probably seen the bulldozers, cement trucks and cranes steaming across the landscape, they are working hard to complete what will be formally… Read more →