For Buyers

Buying Main Line Real Estate

Buying a new home can be one of the most exciting times and one of the most challenging times in your life - especially if you have not previously visited the Main Line.

Home Buyers

For Sellers

Selling Main Line Real Estate

Any Main Line Realtor can take your listing and say that they will sell your home. But can they develop a marketing plan to sell your home for the most money...

Home Sellers

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Real Estate Map Search

Finding your ideal home on the web shouldn't have to be a difficult task. Our new map based search functions provide you with a wealth of information, photos, street views, community information, local demographics, and more. Learn how easy it is to use this system, save your searches, and receive automatic updates on new listings that meet your search criteria.

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What Is The Main Line?

The Main Line is a group of suburbs in the Philadelphia metro area located west of the city in Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester Counties. These suburbs are called the Main Line because they sprang up along the route of the historic Pennsylvania Railroad, which connected the towns. Residents of Main Line towns live a very high quality of life, as these are some of the wealthiest communities in the country. Many of the sprawling mansions and large homes that historically characterized the Main Line region still exist today, and are a lovely part of the Main Line landscape.

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Main Line Real Estate

Looking for Philadelphia Real Estate? Try the Main Line!

If you're relocating to the Philadelphia area and prefer the suburbs to the city one of your first considerations should be the Main Line area. This affluent region of Eastern Pennsylvania offers easy access to the downtown area via road or rail, and is also close to major shopping centers, recreation, and cultural activities. The local school districts spend well above the state average expenditure per student, and at the same time keep the student to teacher ratio well under the state average. The area also features many private schools and prestigious universities including Villanova, Haverford College, and St. Joseph's University.

So, just how can you simplify the process of buying your new home?

Realtor John Flanagan simplifies the process by asking the right questions and listening to your needs. Armed with that information, John is able to use available technology and his expert knowledge of the local market to quickly narrow down the available choices to the homes that meet or exceed your expectations.

Client Testimonials

“John is highly professional, knowledgable and great to work with. He patiently showed us a broad range of available real estate, listened intently to our requirements, advised us on possible pitfalls and once we had chosen our new house, gave us great tips on the community, and on settling in, He clearly loves his job and it shows in the quality of his work. if you are relocating from out of State or abroad, there is no one better.”

Rory (Roderick) Stanley

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John Flanagan

Realtor, ABR, e-PRO

RE/MAX Real Estate

610 Old Lancaster Road
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
610.520.0400 | Office
610.256.4435 | Mobile
610.887.0195 | e-Fax
License No. RS277109

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Main Line Real Estate News

Home improvements that make your home more valuable

Curb appeal When it comes to first impressions, house hunters first notice curb appeal, or lack thereof. In fact, according to the National Association of Realtors, curb appeal is important to 71 percent of homebuyers. So beautify the outdoor space to attract possible buyers by focusing on small exterior improvements that'll pay off big like planting seasonal shrubs, painting the front door, refreshing a rusty mailbox or replacing old porch lighting with updated fixtures. These minor details will make a major and lasting statement. At the very least, you should clean the yard of any debris, trim trees and spread mulch in planting beds. Take ...
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Easy ways to incorporate timeless style into your home

Start out small If the idea of transforming a large room into a traditionally styled one seems overwhelming, start on a smaller scale, like in the master bathroom. Keep the cabinets and counters neutral and add some glamor with the wall and accent colors. Favored shades in traditional decorating are jewel tones, like topaz and golds; deep reds and rose quartz; marine blues and vibrant greens. Use accessories like embroidered towels, bronze or iron bath accessory ensembles and potpourri bowls as the perfect finishing touches. Another great way to add traditional flair to your bath is with elegant and elaborate fixtures. Look for a faucet with unique a ...
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With the right approach, former homeowners can get on the path to homeownership again

When the housing bubble burst, a staggering number of Americans were affected - 4.8 million borrowers lost a home to foreclosure while a further 2.2 million gave up their homes in short sales, according to national data by RealtyTrac. The recovery of the housing market has been slow, but the confidence of once-foreclosed-upon homeowners has grown along with it. Sixty-five percent of Americans in Fannie Mae's national monthly housing survey for April said they would rather buy a home rather than rent if they were going to move. With a new perspective on saving and making wise investments, many of those affected are now eager to get back to bei ...
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Kitchen remodeling 101: Brush up on the basics

Have no fear - these six tips from Summer Baltzer, interior designer and former host of HGTV's Design on a Dime will get you remodeling like a pro without losing your mind or breaking the bank. Tip one: Breathe in. Breathe out. Break it down. Before starting, take a deep breath and know that your project is going to turn out great. The key is to break your remodel down into manageable steps that you can wrap your head around: cabinets, counters, floors, paint and accessories. Although it can seem like a daunting process, there is no need to freak out. Tip two: Identify the function of the room. Take a second to think about how you use you ...
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Can internet marketing be a long term business?

Here is the honest truth: most people get into Internet Marketing because they are convinced it is an easy way to earn quick money. Their approach is to make a fast website, put up some advertising and a few affiliate links, then sit back and watch while they earn real cash. There are a large amount of individuals who do this and also earn lots of money on the internet. But what if you want more than some extra or even quick cash? Can Internet Marketing really be leveraged to produce a worthwhile and long term career? The quick and dirty answer is that yes, you are able to make Internet Marketing your long term and sustainable career. Y ...
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