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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CSX Corp. is reducing operations at its Pittsburgh car repair shop, located in Hazelwood. The Jacksonville, Fla.-based railroad company announced on Friday that it is streamlining operations at 16 lower-volume mechanical facilities across the U.S., including Pittsburgh. All told, 116 mechanical employees will be affected. Details about the Pittsburgh impact were not immediately available. CSX (Nasdaq: CSX) said in a release that the streamlining “is designed to better coordinate shop activities…

2/12/2016 3:54:24 PM

OneJet, which is behind new nonstop flights at Pittsburgh International Airport, is filling a significant gap in the U.S. air travel market — and for Pittsburgh travelers — by providing direct flights to and from mid-sized cities such as Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Memphis, Tenn., and Nashville. And it's doing that in an unusual way. The Cambridge, Mass.-based company owns no planes, employs no pilots or flight crews, and plans to charge up to $800 for direct, round-trip flights from Pittsburgh…

2/12/2016 1:45:34 PM

Total passenger traffic was up 1.6 percent year-to-year in 2015 at the Pittsburgh International Airport, bringing total passengers above 8 million for the first time since 2012, according to the Allegheny County Airport Authority. December's total trended slightly upward, with a total of 637,212 passengers going through the airport — an increase of about 0.2 percent from last December. “These statistics are important indicators of the progress at Pittsburgh International, increasing air service…

2/12/2016 12:42:19 PM

Two Pittsburgh communications firms that have operated since the 1990s have merged and taken a new name. Yearick-Millea Inc. and Robinson-based McMahon & Cardillo Communication Inc. are now Push Seven, a 10-employee firm operating on the seventh floor of the First & Market Building downtown, two floors up from Yearick-Millea’s former home. The name is a “fun and playful” reference to the elevator button in the building, said John Millea, sole owner and president of Push Seven. Terms of the…

2/12/2016 12:13:36 PM

Carnegie Mellon University's CHIMP robot is about to get some national attention. PBS's NOVA will feature the robot in its Feb. 24 episode, titled "Rise of the Robots." The episode follows CHIMP throughout last year's DARPA Robotics Challenge and even visited CMU's National Robotics Engineering Center to check out preparations for the competition. Here's how NOVA describes the episode: Machines are everywhere. They run our factory assembly lines and make our coffee. But r obots— machines with…

2/12/2016 10:15:52 AM

A Duquesne University professor has received a $1 million grant to study how cells adapt to stress and changes in their environment. Dr. Allyson O'Donnell, an assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, was selected for a National Science Foundation grant to explore how cells reorganize their proteins and react to nutrient and environmental chances. “We’re very excited about Dr. O’Donnell’s award and the opportunities to expand her research while involving our students…

2/12/2016 10:05:18 AM

Exoskeletons could be the next step in preventing injuries among military personnel, thanks to RE2 Robotics technology. The Pittsburgh-based company was just awarded $1 million to help the U.S. Army develop a biomechanical exoskeleton simulator system. The simulator will help predict musculoskeletal stress on military personnel carrying heavy loads and will produce data on muscle forces, stresses, joint loads and metabolic load. This will determine the benefits of robotic exoskeletons and would…

2/12/2016 9:40:57 AM

2003 Horsehead Holding Corp., operator of a zinc smelter in Monaca, Potter Township, is incorporated. 2007 Company launches a successful initial public offering. 2011 February: Horsehead says it is exploring the building of a new, environmentally sustainable plant that can produce 150,000 tons of zinc a year. Its current location in Monaca is among those to be considered for the facility. June: Decision is made to move forward with construction of the zinc plant. No location is chosen. It is…

2/12/2016 8:11:41 AM

Two hydroelectric plants in western Pennsylvania have been acquired. The Allegheny 8 and Allegheny 9 hydroelectric power plants on the Allegheny River in Armstrong and Indiana counties were acquired by H20 Power LP, which is based in Oshawa, Ontario. Financial terms of the deal with Public Sector Pension Investment Board were not released, although the deal had been in the works since PSP Investments acquired the plants in May 2015. PSP Investments, one of largest pension investment managers in…

2/12/2016 7:27:41 AM

It’s likely going to take tens of millions of dollars more investment in the idled Horsehead Holding Corp. plant in North Carolina to get it up to full capacity, atop the more than $525 million the bankrupt Pittsburgh manufacturer has spent over the past five years. But it’s unlikely the plant will reopen until the financing is found, according to the company’s CEO. The plant in Mooresboro, N.C., in a little less than two years of operation, has suffered a number of setbacks due to what Horsehead…

2/12/2016 7:22:00 AM