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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.
Spring market

Maronda Homes in Pittsburgh: What’s New this Spring?

The Spring real estate market is in full swing! Maronda Homes is not going to disappoint in 2019. Learn more about what we have to entice you into a new home this year. Sewickley Heights Estates: Luxury living at its finest! Maronda Homes is building 2 estate style homes in this ...

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Bold Interiors

BOLD STATEMENTS: Interior Designs Trending in 2019

Bold design choices are happening in every room in 2019. Whether you are buying a new home or simply redecorating a room, here is everything you need to know from the designers who set the trends. Big Bold Plants: According to designer Kenny Colvin, “A dragon tree, a rubber tree or ...

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Selling your home

Tips on Selling Your Home Quickly

Selling your home should not be left to chance! Take a look at some time tested tips to get your house sold quickly, and for the right price. Selling a home is a job for a professional Get a good agent. Not a friend of a friend – or your Uncle ...

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Maronda Homes in Pittsburgh, Western Allegheny County

What’s Happening with Maronda Homes in Pittsburgh?

Learn more about the best of the West. Maronda Homes is expanding throughout Western Allegheny County, with communities offering stunning new designs and home sites that are simply breathtaking! The Maronda Homes communities residing in the Allegheny County area offer luxurious home designs situated throughout the areas most desirable townships. We ...

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Madison in Butler County

What’s Going on in Butler County in 2019

Spotlight Communities in Butler County The Maronda Homes communities residing in the Butler County area offer luxurious home designs that will bask in the backdrop of a beautiful landscape. With a variety of home designs to choose from and spacious yards, our communities offer a multitude of options to fit ...

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Florida home

What’s HOT in Southwest Florida in 2019

The Coast with the Most…Find out what’s NEW… Floridian’s and Northern transplants flock 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. Whether you are a fisherman, beach goer or shopper, there is plenty to ...

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Brrrr…Don’t Get Left in the Cold this Winter

Tips for Making a Cold Winter Survival Kit for your Car Don’t get left in the cold this winter when an emergency strikes!  Car issues leave you on the side of the road?  Be prepared with the essentials to get you through your troubles. Car Emergency Essentials:   In the winter months, ...

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Holiday Entertaining

Home for the Holidays: Helpful Tips for Entertaining your Family and Friends

‘Tis the season. Friends and family gather to celebrate with food, drinks, and festivities. Good food and drink, plenty of preparation, and of course, gorgeous décor make the season bright. Whether your gathering is for two people or twenty, embracing the holly-jolliness of the season is simple with the perfect setting. Decor: A theme is ...

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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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Halloween

Boo-tiful Halloween Night

Ways to make your Halloween a Gh’oulishly great time! Jack-o-Lanterns Did you know that the tradition of carving faces into vegetables dates to the Celts. As part of their autumnal celebration, they wanted to light the way to their homes for the good spirits, so they carved faces into vegetables such as turnips and ...

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