Paul is the Broker and Owner of The Barndt Agency and is the second generation to run the company. The Agency was founded by his late father in 1963. Paul is a graduate of Shippensburg University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentrations in Real Estate and Finance. He has been helping clients in both Real Estate and Insurance since joining the Agency in 1983.
Paul has been active with the local Association of Realtors and Pennsylvania Association of Realtors. He was President of the local Association in 1996 and had the honor of his peers electing him as Realtor of the Year. He still serves on various committees. Paul has seen a lot of changes in the real estate industry over the years, but believes being involved with the Association keeps him current to the changes.
Paul enjoys all aspects of the business. However, he enjoys working with first time home buyers in helping them locate their first home. He loves to be part of their excitement and enthusiasm in this process. In the area that we serve many of the homes are serviced by on-site septic systems which can be a challenge as these systems age. Paul has gained much knowledge over the years in working with these systems when it comes to repairs and or replacement and is able to advise home sellers accordingly.
Paul enjoys spending time at his small farm tending to the daily chores and raising beef cattle. He is also an advocate of giving back to the community and is involved in the Lions Club, Boys Scouts, Chamber of Commerce and his church. He is also passionate about heading north in the winter on snowmobiling adventures.
HOME BUYER TIP:
Make sure you select a Realtor who has knowledge of the local area.
I have been a licensed Realtor for the Barndt Agency for the last 4 years. I enjoy helping clients find the perfect fit for both their emotional and financial needs. I obtained my MBA in Business Management from St. Joseph’s University and a BA in Business Administration from Ursinus College. I am a native Pennsylvanian currently residing in Montgomery County. I have held numerous community leadership positions, including Lead Township Financial Auditor (an elected position), High School Football and Baseball Coach, and Local Sports Boosters Treasurer. Some of my hobbies include traveling, being an EAGLES season ticket holder, working on old cars and spending time with my family. I am married with two great kids that grew up in the Upper Perkiomen area. The best thing I love about being a Realtor is being part of a great team at the Barndt Agency and helping clients to achieve their dreams.
Dana is a licensed insurance agent selling and servicing personal lines of insurance, as well as homeowners and auto insurance. His competence is a great asset to our insurance department. Dana will do whatever it takes to get the best rates and service for our insurance customers and potential insurance customers. Working with Dana will most certainly be a pleasant and rewarding experience.
Bill is a full time real estate professional, licensed since 1977 (RS104150A). He is a graduate of Temple University with a degree in Business Administration and Accounting/Finance. Bill is a member of Real Estate BUYER’S AGENT Council (REBAC) and Real Estate Cyberspace Society (RECS).
Bill is dedicated to continuing his education with a variety of specialized training which helps him to deliver the highest quality service to his customers and clients. Training includes courses in residential financing, real estate appraisal, analysis of residential construction, tax & cost accounting, microcomputer application, and the necessary credits and courses to earn the following designations RECBAC and RECS.
He is active in the community and is currently serving as District Commissioner of the Boy Scouts of America, Assistant Scoutmaster – Troop 152 of Upper Gwynedd, PA and Chair of the Marlborough Township Planning Commission. A past member of Abington Township Planning Commission and Elected Committee Person – Abington Township. He is a Veteran of the Army and PA National Guard, (MOS) Infantry Operations & Intelligence and CBR NCO – Chemical, Biological & Radiological Trainer.
“Please remember, I am on YOUR side and I work for YOU!
“Providing Real Estate Solutions and Financial Consulting’” -Bill Kelso, Jr.
HOME BUYER TIP:
Work within your initial budget.
FIRST TIME HOME BUYER TIP:
Always work with an experienced Real Estate Professional
Serving Home Buyers and Sellers in Berks, Bucks, Chester and Montgomery Counties.
Donna Paul is a local real estate agent with a focus on Western Montgomery County PA. She has lived in Red Hill since 1997. Donna loves the Upper Perkiomen Valley and is an advocate for it being not only a fantastic place to live but also work!
Donna is known for her patience, honesty, and attention to detail with her clients. She strives to relieve the stress and pressure of buying and selling your home and knows what it takes to communicate with all parties involved for a smooth transaction.
“It is extremely important to me that your home buying and selling experience is a positive one. I have what it takes and will give you the personal attention you deserve!” – Donna Paul
“Donna Paul the Realtor for YOU”
HOME BUYER TIP:
Sell your current home before buying a new one.
FIRST TIME HOME BUYER TIP:
Before you start house hunting get pre-approved for a mortgage loan.
My passion for real estate started at a young age, my nickname around the office was “future boss”. I knew early on that I wanted to follow in my grandfather’s and father’s footsteps in real estate.
At the Barndt Agency I am known to wear many hats supporting our company and clients. I am often the person behind the scenes designing our marketing materials, taking property photographs, handling the MLS and posting on our many social media accounts. In 2017, I received my real estate licence and have been under the guidance of a great team!
I am a local. I grew up in Green Lane and am a graduate of Souderton Area High School with an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration from Montgomery County Community College.
When I am not at the office handing real estate or notary matters you can find me in the kitchen baking or working out at the gym. I’m always willing to go out of my way to do things for others and will do what it takes to get the job done!
HOME BUYER TIP:
“Don’t look outside your price range.”
The TV shows make it sounds so glamorous – for only $50,000 more you can get “all this.” But in reality if you properly budget what you can afford and search in your price range you can get ‘all this’ AND you can do it without breaking the bank!
Alyssa has been interested in real estate since a very young age, which is not surprising since she grew up in the business. When Alyssa was 16 years old she officially started working at The Barndt Agency.
After graduating from Temple University with a degree in marketing and a focus in digital marketing she decided to pursue her marketing degree as a Marketing Associate at a local senior living community. She has since grown into the role of Marketing Director at The Birches of Harleysville.
It wasn’t until she purchased her first home that she decided to obtain her real estate license.
“My passion for real estate was still there so while purchasing my own first home, I obtained my real estate license. I am proud to be following in the footsteps of my grandfather and my dad, by helping you buy or sell your home!” – Alyssa Barndt Staudt
HOME BUYER TIP: Get to know the neighborhood, not just the house.
FIRST TIME HOME BUYER TIP: Buy the home that will still fit your needs 3-5 years from now.
Roxanne is an experienced realtor with deep connections throughout the Montgomery county area. She has dedicated 15+ years helping over 150 clients buy and sell properties.
Known for her extensive market knowledge and expertise in flooring, hardware, green construction, house staging, and Feng Shui. Roxanne’s largest success is meeting her clients needs through every stage in their lives. Her satisfied clients appreciate her flexibility, patience, ability to listen and understand their needs, negotiation and analytic skills, and her ability to accurately price and market a home.
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HOME BUYER TIP: Always check out the neighborhood at different times of the day. Consider noise, parking, the number of kids, and travel time.
SELLER TIP: Declutter and depersonalize your home- Remember you want people to picture themselves living there, not you.