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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A vote to spend public funds to further explore the environmental condition of a portion of the former Civic Arena site in the Lower Hill stirred up some frustrations by board members of the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh at the slow pace of development by the Pittsburgh Penguins. At its December meeting, the URA board eventually voted 4-1 to approve a $250,000 contract with KU Resources Inc. to conduct an environmental and geochemical review of the upper portion of the site that borders…

12/8/2016 4:29:44 PM

A lack of new inventory in the commercial real estate market isn’t just a Pittsburgh phenomena. In a wide-ranging forecast breakfast sponsored by the Pittsburgh chapter of the Urban Land Institute, national real estate consultant Maureen McAvey noted how new construction, particularly of office and retail space, are down nationwide given the current healthy stage of the economic cycle compared to past economy recoveries. “Completions have come down nationally. We’re seeing far less supply…

12/8/2016 1:01:03 PM

After opening the first location in Shadyside in 2014, the owners of The Yard have inked a deal to open their fourth restaurant at the Galleria in Mt. Lebanon. The new 160-seat restaurant, which will include a 100-seat patio, is slated for the top floor of the Mt. Lebanon shopping center and is expected to be the largest of the local chain's restaurants, which also operates locations in Market Square and at PPG Paints Arena. The restaurant is expected to open in March. The Yard's culinary approach…

12/8/2016 12:51:54 PM

In his latest push to make the state government more efficient, Gov. Tom Wolf announced on Tuesday that he is rescinding 46 executive orders – some dating back to the 1970s. The governor described the executive orders being repealed as outdated. Some of them are related to committees, boards, task forces and programs that were short-lived and no longer exist. “Taking this step to streamline government and remove unnecessary directives allows for the executive branch to continue to lead by example…

12/8/2016 11:28:00 AM

Pittsburgh-based retail tech services firm LoyalTree has been acquired by a Boston-based cloud marketing company. SessionM announced the acquisition but didn't disclose the purchase price. SessionM describes itself as a "mobile-first marketing automation and loyalty platform." It said it made the acquisition of LoyalTree to help integrate point-of-sale systems for retailers and said that LoyalTree's system allows for two-way communication in real time and analysis. "Shedding light on the marketing…

12/8/2016 11:15:50 AM

A Pittsburgh firm's Natural Language Processing technology will be used in business English lessons that are being offered by The Wall Street Journal and its parent company, Dow Jones & Co. The subscription-only service will take Wall Street Journal content and create English lessons to learners around the world, according to a news release. "Our NLP technology allows organizations with digital assets to repurpose content in the form of articles, audio podcasts and video to support English learning…

12/8/2016 10:51:36 AM

United States Steel Corp. on Thursday clarified remarks made the day before on CNBC by CEO Mario Longhi about an uptick in the steel industry during the incoming Donald J. Trump administration. Longhi told CNBC in an interview on "Power Lunch" that as many as 10,000 workers could be rehired thanks to expected changes in the regulatory climate and trade policy after years of layoffs and steel-plant idlings that have included U.S. Steel (NYSE: X) both in southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond. "Mr.…

12/8/2016 8:51:45 AM

Here are five things to know in Pittsburgh business today: Township weighs issues for cracker approval Township supervisors were given a petition with 750 signatures by residents of the Beaver County community concerned over potential pollution impacts from Royal Dutch Shell’s new cracker plant as the township weigh approving a conditional use application to build the project, according to a report in the Beaver County Times. Potter Township’s supervisors are expected to vote next week on the…

12/8/2016 7:39:14 AM

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on Wednesday said it fined Rice Energy subsidiaries $3.5 million for 16 well pad and pipeline violations at sites in Washington and Greene Counties. The largest was a $1.6 million fine for multiple violations at two well sites in Jackson and Center townships in Greene County. Canonsburg-based Rice (NYSE:RICE) has paid all civil penalties imposed by the regulator, according to DEP’s release, and has either corrected or is under an enforceable…

12/8/2016 7:30:31 AM

United States Steel Corp. (NYSE: X) CEO Mario Longhi said his company could bring back as many as 10,000 jobs in the United States. ( NOTE: U.S. Steel issues clarification of Longhi's remarks.) Longhi's remarks were made Wednesday during an interview on CNBC. He expressed optimism following President-elect Donald J. Trump's election. "We already structured to do some things, but when you see in the near future improvements to the tax laws, improvements to regulation, those two things by themselves…

12/8/2016 7:22:42 AM