Tammy Grassi Achieve Realty, Inc.
10475 Perry Hwy.
Suite 200
Wexford, PA 15090
Phone: 724-933-1980 x215 Mobile: 724-321-0336 Fax: 724-871-1383 Email Tammy

The key to selling or buying a home.

Our mission is to provide our Western Pennsylvania clients and principals with exemplary service, a higher level of skill and experience, and guidance in maximizing real estate asset values. Our goal is to be the real estate brokerage of choice – a goal we attain through our customers and agents. Our customers define the standard of quality and service and their loyalty must be earned and protected. We value the relationships that we have built and look forward to our continued growth and success with future clients!! 

In this ever changing real estate market we embrace the challenge of meeting consumer needs.  If you are a Seller on the brink of Foreclosure, take some time to review the alternatives at our Short Sale Page.  Traditional Sellers looking for home value information or refinance rates, we have sources for sound decision making.  For the Investor or Traditional Buyer client, our resources for Bank Foreclosures, New Construction, Land,  and Buying Options deliver comprehensive up-to-date data on the most recent opportunities and cutting-edge buying techniques. 

 

 


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9/26/2016 10:00:00 PM

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9/26/2016 2:57:46 PM

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9/26/2016 2:50:22 PM

The University of Pittsburgh has joined Carnegie Mellon University and the City of Pittsburgh in the MetroLab Network, a White House initiative that has created 40 city-university partnerships designed to bring innovation, analytics and data to city government. MetroLab, part of the White House's Smart Cities Initiative, was launched last September. In its city-university partnerships, the university serves as a research and development arm, and the city tests technologies and policies that the…

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9/26/2016 1:31:16 PM

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