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About Nicky Fedor

In 2003, I received my real estate license in the beautiful Garden State of N.J.  I then received my brokers license in 2006.  Since then, I relocated and received my license in the beautiful state of Pennsylvania.  I am fortunate to say I now work for one of the worlds most respected brands, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Fox & Roach Realtors.

Nothing is more exciting to me than the gratifying feeling I get from helping people meet their real estate needs. You can count on me to always do what's in your best interest. I pride myself on being honest and trustworthy in the real estate market. I know how important it is to find your dream home or get the best offer for your property. Therefore I will make it my responsibility to help you achieve those goals.   I am confident that each client will have a great experience with me and I will not stop until my client's expectations are met.   Should you have a real estate need, please don't hesitate to reach out.   Best Wishes Nicky Fedor

Nicky Fedor
Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach

Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Front-end Money

    Amount of money that must be charged or invested in the initial stage of a business transaction to demonstrate good faith as well as to help offset some expenses. For example, the customary 10% deposit on the initiation of an agreement of sale is a form of front-end money required to initiate the co ...

  • Recapture Clause

    Clause in a percentage lease permitting the landlord to cancel a lease and recover the property if the tenant's sales fall below a specified level. Clause in a lease permitting the lessor a percentage of the lessee's profits above a fixed amount of rent. ...

  • Five Percent Rule

    Coinsurance requirement such that if a loss is less than $10,000 and also less than 5% of the total of insurance to cover a loss, then the insurance company will not require that the property not damaged by the peril be inventoried or appraised. ...

  • Major Medical Insurance

    Coverage in excess of that provided by a basic hospital medical insurance plan. After the limits of coverage have been exhausted under a basic plan, major medical then covers medical expenses relating to room and board; physician fees; miscellaneous expenses such as bandages, operating room expenses ...

  • Specific Rate

    Property insurance premium rate that is applicable to a single, particular piece of property. ...

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