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1207 Fayette St , Philadelphia - PA 19428
Office: 1-215-867-6200

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About Gerald Alston

Gerald Alston is a Realtor with over three years of experience, specializing in offering sellers a seamless, stress free experience when deciding to sell their homes. Gerald is a life long Philadelphia resident with a thorough knowledge of the Germantown/Mt. Airy neighborhoods. Prior to joining the real estate profession, Gerald was a successful bankruptcy attorney. This area of practice taught him the the true meaning of a family's home. Gerald also understands the importance of utilizing the current and ever changing technologies and social platforms available but, he also has an old school belief that nothing out weighs a dedication to hard work.

When not selling homes, you can find Gerald out in the ocean with a fishing rod or, on a golf course trying to hit that tiny ball.

Gerald is a member of Masonic Lodge Cephas 98.

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