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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Family Christian, the nonprofit retailer of Christian-themed merchandise, is closing all of its 240 stores across 36 states, according to WTAE-TV. The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based company has operated for 85 years. According to its website, Family Christian has four stores in southwestern Pennsylvania. The sites are in Natrona Heights, Cranberry, Robinson and West Mifflin. It has not said when the closures will occur.

2/24/2017 3:04:19 PM

Kraft Heinz Co. told 330 employees at its Campbell, N.Y., cheese plant that they could be laid off, according to WSKGnews.org. The food giant, jointly based in Pittsburgh and Chicago, has worked with prospective buyers and government officials to find a viable solution for the factory, which produces Italian cheeses like mozzarella. But if an agreement isn’t reached before May 26, Kraft Heinz (Nasdaq:KHC) said it will offer severance benefits and other support to workers and layoffs would continue…

2/24/2017 3:00:20 PM

Carnegie Mellon University on Friday appointed Angela Blanton vice president for finance and CFO. Blanton joined CMU two years ago as director of operations in its finance division and was appointed interim CFO in 2016. She started her career as an electrical engineer with Delphi Automotive and Chrysler, then held several posts at PPG and PNC Financial Services Group Inc., where she was most recently CFO for the bank’s brokerage investment business.

2/24/2017 2:10:58 PM

Gatesman, Pittsburgh’s sixth-largest advertising agency, has added a trio of accounts all based outside Pennsylvania. Thorntons Convenience Stores, NPI Holdings Corp. and INVO Coconut Water each chose the South Side-based agency after competitive reviews. CEO John Gatesman said the business burst means adding at least five new posts across creative, public relations and digital. “We’ve been fortunate and continue to stay strong with organic growth,” Gatesman said. “This was reflective…

2/24/2017 1:00:58 PM

The investment management firm that has staked companies such as Uncle Charley’s Sausage Co. is nearing closure of a second fund. Tecum Capital Partners has raised $63.87 million toward a fund that could reach $75 million, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. “It’s our first closing and likely we’ll be oversubscribed,” said Stephen Gurgovits Jr., managing partner of Wexford-based Tecum. Tecum is the Pittsburgh region’s only Small Business Investment…

2/24/2017 11:46:24 AM

Ellen McLean, CEO of the Port Authority of Allegheny County, will step down on June 1 after three-plus years at the helm of the state's second-largest transportation agency. McLean's three-year contract expired Feb. 1. It was extended through June 1 by Port Authority on Friday, and her planned departure was announced. "This transit agency has come so far from where we were just a few short years ago, which is why I believe now is the right time for me to pass the torch to someone else," McLean…

2/24/2017 10:28:28 AM

As local accounting firms recruit more heavily at colleges and universities, the schools are adjusting curricula to answer the needs of would-be employers and to create better opportunities for their students. Duquesne University’s Palumbo-Donahue School of Business in early February announced the launch of a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration to Master of Accountancy, allowing students to earn both degrees in five years. The program includes a full-time, co-op experience during the…

2/24/2017 10:25:18 AM

UrbanInnovation21 awarded $120,000 in grants to winners of its Inclusive Innovation Community-based Business Grant Competition. The nonprofit focuses on revitalization of the Hill District and Homewood neighborhoods and works with community-based entrepreneurs to create a cluster of successful businesses owned by residents of underserved communities. Six Hill District businesses won. They are Living Juicy, ANS Billing and Errands Made Easy, which existed previously, while TDC Contracting, Communion…

2/24/2017 10:00:03 AM

Department store chain J.C. Penney will close up to 140 stores around the country, but it won't be clear which locations will shutter until next month. The company said Friday that it would shutter two distribution facilities — one in Florida and another one in California — and approximately 130 to 140 stores over the next few months. In the Pittsburgh metro area, there are several J.C. Penney stores including ones at Ross Park Mall, Century III Mall, The Mall at Robinson, Monroeville Mall and…

2/24/2017 8:38:10 AM

Nonresidential construction starts in the Pittsburgh metro in January were more than triple what they were in 2016, according to Dodge Data & Analytics research, but residential dropped by half. Dodge said nonresidential construction starts in Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington and Westmoreland counties totaled $37 million last month, up from $11.6 million in January of 2016. Residential starts amounted to $54.3 million the first month of 2017, down from $116.7 million the…

2/24/2017 8:29:57 AM