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Meg Webb

Meg is a Real Estate professional with over 15 years of experience. Her passion for real estate is demonstrated through her success in both new home construction and residential resale. She resides in Upper St. Clair near Pittsburgh, PA with her husband and two children where she enjoys training for marathons and volunteering in the community.
Marian Woodlands

Community Spotlight: Marian Woodlands

Marian Woodlands in Belle Vernon is sought after by new home buyers. Marian Woodlands is the newest addition to Maronda Homes in Belle Vernon, PA. Single-family homes priced from the $240’s are the talk of the town. The second phase is currently underway and waiting for you. Why Belle Vernon? This city ...

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Magnolia Ridge

Magnolia Ridge: It’s Almost Here!

Magnolia Ridge is soon to be released in Washington County. This prime location is sure to impress. Are you looking for affordable luxury in a location that can’t be beat? Look no further than Magnolia Ridge. It is soon to be the hottest new single-family home community in Canonsburg. Traveling anywhere ...

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Gulf Coast, FL

It’s HOT on the Gulf Coast!

Winter temperatures may be dipping, but new home construction on the Gulf Coast of Florida is HOT! Whether you are a Northerner looking for a permanent escape from the frigid temperatures, or a Florida resident looking for the next big thing; Maronda Homes is expanding throughout the Gulf Coast in ...

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Use Your Home as Your Canvas

  Do you find that color can invoke a certain emotion inside of you?  Have you ever been drawn to an interior color scheme and asked yourself, Why?  Many psychologists say that choosing a room color should not be taken lightly.  Many believe there is a science behind it all.  ...

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Scattered Lots are Hot on the Florida Gulf Coast with Maronda Homes

Long gone are the days of needing gates, HOA’s, and over-priced CDD’s to enjoy residential luxury living. Scattered lot areas are on the rise throughout Florida’s Southwest Gulf Coast. Home buyers should no longer limit themselves with community restrictions when the ability to choose the perfect lot location exists. National ...

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Thanksgiving: More Than Just a Day to Eat

Thanksgiving is a Time to Reflect Thanksgiving is more than just a day to get together with family and eat…though that is yummy!  I like to look at it as a Season of Thanks & Giving, deep routed in tradition and history.  Let’s explore some fun facts about this holiday… ...

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Expansion in Washington County Pennsylvania is Drawing Attention

Washington County Pennsylvania has been a hot spot in South Hills living for years. With expansion and a steady influx of greater tax dollars, the Canon-Macmillan School District is upgrading and expanding their facilities. Local home builder is on the cusp of the expansion. According to Assistant Superintendent Scott Chambers, ...

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Florida’s South Gulf Coast is Hot

Floridian’s and Northern transplants are flocking to the Southwest Coast of Florida. The area is filled with intricate canals and coastal properties offering nearly unlimited activities for young and old alike. Local home builder, Maronda Homes is capitalizing on the popular area by expanding their reach throughout the region. Maronda ...

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Pittsburgh’s Festival of Homes is in Full Swing

Did the weekend pass you by? Don’t fret! There is still time to experience Pittsburgh’s acclaimed Festival of Homes September 23rd and 24th. The Builder’s Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (BAMP) kicked off the areas Festival of Homes this past weekend. If you missed it, there is still time as Saturday and Sunday, ...

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Festival of Homes Soon to Kick Off in Pittsburgh

Preparation is well underway for the annual Pittsburgh Area Festival of Homes. This is a must-see event for Pittsburgh residents and those relocating to the area. The Builder’s Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (BAMP) is yet again hosting the areas Festival of Homes scheduled for September 16-17 and 23-24 from noon-5:00pm. This ...

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