Affordable housing, a great location, and a sought after school district is making Plymouth Township one of the hottest real estate markets in the region, writes Alan J. Heavens for Philly.com.
According to Gary Segal, of Keller Williams Realty in Blue Bell, there is no understating that fact.
“I can sum up the market in Plymouth in just three words: hot, hot, hot!”
Segal emphasized his enthusiasm by adding that there are currently only 27 homes for sale in a municipality of 6,703 housing units.
According to Segal one of the reasons for its popularity is that it is “an unbelievable location, near the Mid-County Interchange, with access to King of Prussia and Philadelphia.”
Another is the Colonial School District, which is ranked by U.S. News & World Report at fifth place in Montgomery County, 25th in Pennsylvania, and 1,136th out of 20,000 school districts nationally.
Rounding it all up are lower taxes and affordable prices. The average price of a home in Plymouth is around $318,000 which is a big draw for first-time buyers.
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