This week we have begun the renovations at the new building in downtown Camp Hill! Old walls and ceiling tiles are being taken down and new walls are being put up! The old safety deposit boxes have been taken out and the process of picking out carpets, paint colors and furniture are almost done! We are […]
We are excited to have the Millworks join us on Market St in Camp Hill in 2019! In the article in Central Penn Business Journal, Josh Kesler, the owner of Millworks, stated, “The three-story Millworks in Harrisburg opened in 2015 as a farm-to-table restaurant. The building also is home to about two dozen artist studios […]
We enjoyed being able to join the community and be a part of the Camp Hill Harvest Hop this September as we look forward to moving into our new building this coming spring of 2019. We had a great time engaging with and getting to know the Camp Hill community and look forward to moving […]
This year NextHome Capital Realty will be taking part in the Harrisburg Parade of Homes alongside Beracah Builders featuring their newly built luxury home in Glendale Estates. This breathtaking custom home is being crafted by Beracah Builders and will feature unequaled quality of construction and craftsmanship along with an innovative and thoughtful floorplan. Upon entering, […]
Early this spring, NextHome Capital Realty had the honor of presenting Gary Coburn from Hampden Township Veterans Recognition Committee the proceeds from the Shamrock Shuffle 5K. We exceeded our goal and were able to donate over $16,000! It was so exciting to see the progress at the Veterans Memorial Park and years of hard work coming together. Bricks are […]
Coming soon… NextHome Capital Realty’s new office location! We plan to move into the former Mid Penn Bank building at 2101 Market Street, Camp Hill in early 2019. Stay tuned for updates on our build-out progress and exciting grand opening details!
Buying a house is probably one of the biggest purchases we will ever make in life. It’s a huge commitment (hello, 30-year mortgage), can cost a lot of money (a 20% down payment is some serious cash) and, if something goes wrong, there’s no landlord to call for help. No wonder Millennials aren’t buying homes. Plus, beyond paying […]
Buying a home in Pennsylvania is costing homeowners slightly less than most other states. According to Gavop, homeowners in Pennsylvania with a mortgage spent, on average, 29.9 percent of their income on housing, compared to the national average of 30.9 percent, making the annual housing costs $16,992, $840 less expensive than the national annual average. […]