Lovely Midtown Home - 3 Bed, 1.5 Bath - Harrisburg - $139,900
Immaculate Move-In Ready Duplex - 3 Bed, 1.5 Bath - Harrisburg - $79,900
Prime Location Home With 3 Car Garage - 4 Bed, 2.5 Bath - Harrisburg - $127,900
The Twila C. Glenn Group
RE/MAX Realty Professionals, Inc.
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I would like your help.
I am looking for a source for opinions, comments, feedback, etc. about various areas in the region from the people who live here to share with individuals and families who are relocating to the Harrisburg region. If you are aware of such a resource, would you let me know? In the meantime, we have begun some discussion topics on our Facebook page for people to do just that. Check it out:
Share what you think about where you live!
As always, I look forward to hearing from you!
Twila C. Glenn, Realtor
Upcoming Local Events
16 Jubilee Day 10:00am-9:00pm in downtown Mechanicsburg.
30 Carlisle Summer Fair Thurs, June 30 3:00pm to Sat, July 9 7:00pm in Carlisle.
2 Harrisburg Jazz & Multicultural Festival Sat, July 2 to Sun, July 3 at Riverfront Park, Harrisburg. Fireworks on July 4.
Best Affordable Place in Pennsylvania: Cumberland County
Median family income: $73,878
Households spending more than 30 percent income on housing: 24.9 percent
Unemployment: 7 percent
Adult population with bachelor's degrees: 31.6 percent
Major cities: Carlisle, Mechanicsburg
County is home to the Carlisle Barracks/U.S. Army War College and the
Naval Support Station in Mechanicsburg. Carlisle, the largest city in
the county, is home to Penn State's law school. The median home value in
the county was $164,300 in March, estimates Zillow.com. Carlisle is
located about 22 miles from Harrisburg, the state capital.
Check out the "Best Affordable" places in all 50 states as ranked in a recent article from Bloomburg Businessweek.
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Top 10 Best Affordable Places in the US
Start with a bucket, some big rocks enough to fill it, some small stones, some sand and water.
Put the big rocks in the bucket - is it full?
Put the small stones in around the big rocks - is it full?
Put the sand in and give it a shake - is it full?
Put the water in. Now it's full.
Obviously, unless you put the big rocks in first, you won't get them in at all.
Plan time-slots for your big issues before anything else,
or the inevitable sand and water issues will fill up your days and you
won't fit the big issues in (a big issue doesn't necessarily have to be a
work task - it could be your child's sports-day, or a holiday).
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