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Neil DiFranco was raised in the East Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia by Larry and Eileen DiFranco. Neil graduated with the 257th class of Central High School and earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Drexel University. Neil spent 11 years in the Aerial Survey and Mapping industry in roles including Sensor Operator, Survey Pilot, Project Manager and Customer Support

Since joining The Larry DiFranco Team at Elfant Wissahickon REALTORS® in 2014, Neil has gained considerable experience representing both buyers and sellers on a variety of transactions in the greater Philadelphia area. Neil’s ability to navigate complex situations and his detail-oriented work ethic have proven to be extremely valuable when applied to real estate.

 

 

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"We have experienced Neil DiFranco as a very gracious and superbly skilled Realtor who patiently walked us through the many complicated processes ... more "
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"Neil helped us but our first rental property. He was patient, kind, and extremely helpful. I had Neil crawling around some pretty dark and dusty ... more "
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"Straight A's for Neil DiFranco and his team at Elfant Wissahickon. He is a competent and knowledgeable professional who made selling our home of 35 ... more "
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The Larry DiFranco Team

The Larry DiFranco Team consists of 5 members guided by Larry DiFranco and his 37 years of real estate experience.

Amy Greenstein Zimney, Neil DiFranco, Karen Carrero, and Sara Smith are energetic, well-trained, hard-working, and driven by the Team’s mission to make each transaction a complete success.

The Team works long hours, individually and together, to make sure each client gets the care they deserve throughout the buying or selling process.  With 5 members on the Team, there is always someone available to support clients.

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2020 was not a year that I would want to experience again and I find myself quite torn writing this post.

While the intent is to celebrate what ended up being my most successful year in real estate to date, I cannot feel good about celebrating my success without acknowledging the pain and loss that so many of our friends, neighbors, and loved ones have experienced and continue to experience. I had big plans for 2020 and it started out strong with a number of upcoming listings in the pipeline and quite a few engaged buyer clients. My last in-person settlement before the shutdown was on Friday, March 13th, 2020. This was also the last day of school for students in Pennsylvania, including our two girls. Real estate could not take place in-person for quite some time and there was a lot of uncertainty for me at first. I was lucky to have had a few things in motion to keep me "busy" from home. Our family is fortunate that my wife is employed as an essential worker, even though this could have been a double-edged sword since she works in a busy Philadelphia ER.

We were fortunate in the end…no one in our immediate family got sick. Real estate, as an industry, did well in 2020 and remained oddly untouched by the recession that is still creating so much difficulty for so many. I consider myself lucky to have been able to close 18 deals and help many of my clients with their real estate needs in 2020. I am also saddened for the clients who I couldn’t help as many of them were forced to pull back from their home searches, not by choice, but because of the pandemic.

My year would have been very different without the opportunities that my clients entrusted to me; their success is my success. I'm looking forward to a better 2021 for everyone.
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Planning to buy a home? It’s a great move to make right now, but today’s market is highly competitive. The average home is only on the market for a few weeks and receives several offers from competing buyers. Having an expert on your team to coach you through the process is essential, so DM me to learn how to win big this spring.

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Active or Coming Soon listing in Springfield as of 3/2/2021
🏡 18 Listings
🏡 6 Listings under $500,000
🏡 3 Listings under $400,000
🏡 1 Listing under $300,000

Are you planning a move and unsure how to handle today's market? Guidance and strategy matter whether you are buying or selling. I can help!

See the listings (it may take time to load): bit.ly/springfield3-2-2021

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As a homeowner, your monthly mortgage payment is a form of forced savings known as equity. Like with any type of savings, equity should be handled with caution, but it can be a great asset, like when you want to apply it toward a down payment when you move. DM me to learn more about your home equity and how it can help you buy your dream home.

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