As we take time to reflect on 2017, we are blessed to report that we finished the year strong.  With gratitude we say thank you to all of our clients, friends, family members and our dedicated real estate agents who went above and beyond to service our clients.  We will continue to provide the highest level of services  as a boutique real estate company.   We don’t just say we care, we show it.  From our family to yours, we wish you all a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2018.

Happy New Year!


Happy Thanksgiving!



We are GRATEFUL for your business

THANKS from All of Us at HomeSnipe Real Estate

Real Estate Agents Needed!


Company description:
HomeSnipe Real Estate, LLC is looking for an enthusiastic, self-starting, licensed agent to join our real estate company.

Job Requirements:

  • Real Estate License
  • Positive attitude
  • Strong work ethic
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Willingness to learn and further develop expert Real Estate knowledge
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a customer service mindset


  • Mentoring and coaching
  • Professional development meetings
  • Business planning
  • Competitive commission structure
  • No desk Fee
  • No Technology fee
  • No Franchise fee

You owe this to yourself and your career, make the change today. Call James Francois at (484) 664-2828 for a confidential interview.



From All of Us  Here at HomeSnipe Real Estate,

We Wish You and Your Family a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2015.

Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas

During this holiday season, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible and those who are less fortunate.
Have a Happy Holidays!

Location is being overrated in real estate.

Location is being overrated in real estate. I talked with so many investors, attended a few seminars and found out that most of these individuals do not have a clear understand of the meaning of location in real estate. It is not the neighborhood with the nice homes, tree line streets and where the ice cream truck love to pass on Sunday afternoon. It is also not the neighborhood that residents scare to walk home after certain hour of the day. It is the place that can produce maximum return on your investment. Does it matter if there is high crime in a neighborhood? Of course, it is matter because we want people to be safe, but it does not have anything to do with investment. For instance, investor A bought a property for Sixty Thousand Dollars in neighborhood A where crime rate is high with a return of $300 monthly profit while investor B bought a property for $100, 000 dollars in neighborhood B with a rate of return of $150 dollars monthly. Both of them have long-term tenants. Which is a better investment? Throughout my time in real estate, I have turned many building around to produce positive cash flow for my investors, but I have never moved a building to another location to find good tenants. At HomeSnipe Real Estate, we have a positive relationship with our tenants and investors to produce a win-win situation for all. We don’t just say we care, we show it.

Happy New Year!


From All of Us  Here at HomeSnipe Real Estate,

We Wish You and Yours a Very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous 2014.

Thank You for Continued Generous Support. 


Happy Thanksgiving!


From All of Us at HomeSnipe Real Estate,
Wishing You and Yours A Happy, Warm and Safe Thanksgiving.

Thank You for the Continued Opportunity to Serve You!


The Allentown Waterfront is moving along!

The Waterfront Renderings 1
The City of Allentown seems to be working collaboratively with the Waterfront Redevelopment Partners to redevelop the former Lehigh Structural Steel into a mixed use of office buildings, apartments, stores and restaurants. We keep track of the local market for our investors. Read the full article here: http://articles.mcall.com/2012-12-11/news/mc-allentown-waterfront-development-lehigh-river-20121211_1_dunn-twiggar-lss-realty-neighborhood-improvement-zone

Tour of rental home ends with meth lab discovery | Springfield News-Leader | news-leader.com

Did you know that landlords are responsible to clean up any med lab found in the property? http://www.news-leader.com/article/20130914/NEWS12/309140014/meth-lab-rental-house-Willard-Gourley?odyssey=nav|head&nclick_check=1