Fun Historical Facts About My Farm Area

2023-03-10T13:54:37-05:00March 13th, 2023|Categories: News From Brett Furman|Tags: , , |

Most of my real estate business resides in Radnor Township, a historic community located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Known for its charming neighborhoods, excellent schools, and vibrant cultural scene, did you know that Radnor Township also has a rich history that dates back to the 17th century? In this blog post, we’ll explore some fun historical facts about Radnor Township and its fascinating past.

Radnor Township was named after a Welsh town.

Radnor Township was originally settled by Welsh immigrants in the late 1600s. The area reminded them of their homeland, so they named the township after the town of Radnor in […]

Monthly Market Report – May 2020

2020-08-28T10:31:23-04:00May 21st, 2020|Categories: Articles, News From Brett Furman|Tags: , , , , , |

Brett Furman from the Brett Furman Group to present the monthly marketing report. This update is very important since I will provide my thoughts on the direction of the residential housing market in the counties of Chester, Delaware, Montgomery & Philadelphia counties.  What I was trying to understand is what is going to happen when the stay at home orders are lifted.

Saying the economic news has been disconcerting would be an understatement. Statistics concerning unemployment figures of about 15%, business closures, and retail failures have pointed to upheaval in the global economy as […]

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Around Town: Bala Cynwyd

2020-07-16T17:40:07-04:00July 7th, 2016|Categories: Places of Interest Category|Tags: , , |

Bala Cynwyd Pic 2 www.BrettFurman.comIn the 1680s, Welsh Quakers arrived near Philadelphia and established two separate towns, Bala and Cynwyd (pronounced kin-wood), named after towns back in their home country of Wales. Once a singular post office was established for both communities, the separate towns began to be looked at as one community. Today, however, Bala and Cynwyd each have their own SEPTA station making commuting to Philadelphia a breeze from any point in this beautiful section of the Main Line.

Located in Lower Merion Township, Bala Cynwyd boasts some of the earliest […]

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