Randyl Helfrich

As a lifelong resident of the Lehigh Valley and graduate of Lafayette College, I have watched this area progress from a cluster of small towns with failing industries to a bustling metropolis that ranked in the top 5 in the nation for economic growth in 2018 .  The Lehigh Valley is still growing at an unprecedented rate and our job market is as hot as the night life. I began practicing real estate in the early 2000’s but left for a number of years to pursue a different career.  I am returning to the field with a renewed passion for the business and a broader skill set.  No matter the business, nothing is more important to me than client satisfaction and I know that listening and follow through are equally as important as working hard and communicating clearly.  Buying or selling a home can be daunting but with the right guidance and representation, I believe it can also be a fun and rewarding experience.   

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You signed the papers, got the keys and opened the front door. Now, that quaint little place is all yours. But more freedom comes with more responsibility. A lot changes once you’re a homeowner. Here’s how to prepare for a few of the adjustments — emotionally and financially. 1. You think about money more often […]

Maybe you are reading online or in the newspaper (really, who doesthat?) that things are slowing in the real estate market. Well when youhave been around as long as I have, 40 years plus selling real estate in Lehigh Valley, you tend to look a little deeper, no matter what the headlines.After a brief period […]

Jill  Koch was extremely helpful in our home buying process. She was always available to communicate and gave us great guidance along the way. We loved working with her and will happily recommend her to others!

I think that there are still challenges in today’s real estate market in either buying or selling a house. Suffice it to say that there are  a lot of folks who owe more than what their home is worth (“underwater”).  There are enough people who have credit problems because of the recession that started in […]