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Holly Corace

Peters Township Office, PA
3912 Washington Road
McMurray, PA 15317
(724) 941-8800




Nationally Recognized, Award-Winning Realtor

"Best of the Best" Award, President's Circle of Excellence, voted a FIVE-STAR Agent by Pittsburgh Magazine, National Sales Excellence for the past 18 consecutive years


  • Twenty-four years in the business - consistent multi-million dollar producer
  • Top 2% of Howard Hanna agents
  • National Sales Excelllence-ranked in the top 5% nationally of all sales agents
  • Residential Relocation Specialist
  • New Construction Specialist
  • Marketing Specialist


  • Full service approach to guide the customer through the buying and selling process
  • Creative marketing ability
  • Complete understanding of financing for Buyer and Seller
  • Excellent negotiation skills
  • Intimate understanding of local pricing and demographics
  • Strong customer base with many repeat customers


  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Highly competent computer knowledge
  • Understands the need of follow-up
  • Results oriented and strong desire to succeed


  • B.S. degree and Masters degree
  • Continuing education in pursuing Brokers degree
  • Former director and past secretary of Washington Greene Association of Realtors
  • Strong customer base with many repeat customers


Homes of Distinction


  • Make your home the "shiniest apple" of the batch. Curb appeal can have a dramatic effect on the marketing of a home, and improving this appeal can often be accomplished with limited cost and/or a little "elbow grease".
  • While it can be difficult to maintain surgical cleanliness in a house in which you still reside, it is of utmost importance to keep your house as clean as possible during the selling phase. So, yes, it may be time to deep clean the house. You don't want dust bunnies on the ceiling fan turning away potential buyers.
  • Speaking of cleaning...The cleaner the slate, the easier it is for a potential buyer to imagine your house as his or her new home. Try to remove individual touches (i.e. family portraits, holiday decorations, etc.) when photographing or showing the home.
  • Fix the easy stuff! Chipped paint on a baseboard, a leaky faucet, or a stuck closet door are all  easy and cheap to fix.  Yet, these minor problems can leave potential buyers with a negative impression of the home if you fail to address them. Put on the overalls and summon your inner Bob Vila; you'll be happy you did.

These are just a few tips I've learned in my 22 years of selling houses. Call or send me an email and I'd be happy to share my wealth of experience with you so that you can realize your home's selling potential.



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