Shannon Gallagher
RRS, HOD, CNE, CNHS, SRES

Your South Hills Expert

Upper St. Clair Office, PA
Fort Couch Tower 180 Ft. Couch Road
Upper St. Clair, PA 15241
(412) 833-3600

 

As a full time agent, I am committed to providing Sellers and Buyers with the highest quality service possible. My background as a therapist and contract negotiator, allows for a keen ability to identify the needs of buyers sellers and navigate clearly and creatively through the negotiation process.

For the Seller, providing the most up to date market data and local insights and are vital in getting you the best price in the shortest time.
For the Buyer, knowing the local market and utilizing the latest technology, provides you with the confidence to know that you will find the home of your dreams at the best price.

Education and Certifications:

  • M.A. in Counseling Psychology, Geneva College
  • B.A. Psychology, Palm Beach Atlantic University
  • Graduate of Alan Kells School Real Estate
  • Certified Negotiation Expert
  • Senior Real Estate Specialist
  • Residential Relocation Specialist
  • Certified New Homes Specialist
  • Homes of Distinction Agent
  • E-Pro Agent

Member of Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh, Pa Association of Realtors and National Association of Realtors

Member of Howard Hanna's exclusive Champions Club 

Ranked in the Top 5% Nationally and Locally for Service Excellence

Circle of Excellence Member Washington Greene County Realtors Association

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    Specialties

    Homes of Distinction
    Acreage
    Custom Home
    Dream Home
    Executive Home
    First Time Buyers
    Investment
    Luxury Homes
    Military
    Move-Up Home
    New Construction
    New Home
    Other
    Quality Home
    Relocation
    Residential
    Retirement

    What is it?

    The Marcellus shale is an organic-rich black shale that was deposited in an oxygen-deficient marine environment during Middle Devonian time (~390 million years ago). Long known to be a source rock for many conventional oil and gas reservoirs in the Appalachian basin, it is now being explored as an unconventional reservoir. The formal name for this rock unit is the Marcellus Formation.

    Where is it found?

    The Marcellus shale is prevalent throughout much of the Appalachian basin and most of Pennsylvania, although its depth and thickness are variable.

    Where do I get the best information?

    www.dcnr.state.pa.us/topogeo/oilandgas/marcellus_shale.aspx

    marcellusshaleformation.com/

    www.marcellus-shale.us/

     

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