While 30% of Americans say they’ve browsed a real estate site recently, according to a recent Harris Poll, urbanites are twice as likely as suburbanites (43% versus 26%, respectively) and rural dwellers (21%) to have been looking for homes and apartments to buy or rent. Nearly a third of Americans are considering moving to less densely populated areas due to the coronavirus, the Harris Poll shows. Further, nearly four in 10 respondents—39%—are urbanites who say the health crisis has prompted them to consider moving to the suburbs.
Exploring Moving to the Suburbs?
Choose Among More than 100 commute‑friendly Neighborhoods
Suburban Bucks County's Yardley/Lower Makefield has more than 100 distinct neighborhoods, from historic to new construction and everything in‑between—condominiums, townhomes, 55-plus, colonials, ranches, capes, split levels—if you can name it, we probably have it.
Interstate 95, SEPTA, nearby Amtrak and NJTransit are convenient choices for Yardley/Lower Makefield residents who prefer an auto commute and those who choose rail. Many Yardley area residents commute to Philadelphia, Trenton, Princeton, New York City and points in‑between.
Call us at 267‑759‑9518 to exploret which of Yardley/Lower Makefield's 100‑plus neighborhoods might be perfect for you.
The John McClintock Team knows Yardley/Lower Makefield — we live here.
Considering selling your Yardley/Lower Makefield home?
Before you list your home for sale, call the John McClintock Team at 267‑759‑9518 for no obligation recommendations on pricing and an overview of our comprehensive marketing package that includes, home staging, brokers' open house, virtual tour, video tour and social media sharing.