Emily Uliana

Hello! My name is Emily Uliana.  I am a Lehigh Valley native and currently reside in Upper Nazareth with my husband, Rob and our two children, Luca and Lily.  After graduating from Saucon Valley High School, I received my BA in Architecture from Lehigh University and then went on to receive my AS in Interior Design from Northampton Community College.  Using my design background, I love to assist my sellers in showcasing the best in their homes.  When it comes to buyers, I help them to find a property that “checks all of their boxes” or reveal the hidden potential, to show them how it could!  I am available via email, phone, text and social media to provide you with the fast, convenient service you deserve while making the entire transaction go as smoothly as possible.

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I think that there are still challenges in today’s real estate market in either buying or selling a house. Suffice it to say that there are  a lot of folks who owe more than what their home is worth (“underwater”).  There are enough people who have credit problems because of the recession that started in […]

Haven’t played Jeopardy in a while or watched it on TV. But I always thought that the premise was a good one. Give someone the answer and see if they can come up with the right question.  It occurred to me that I am usually walking around with what I think are  all the right […]

  I’m not one who just takes recent economic news as gospel. But having said that, it does look like we are moving forward with a better housing market. Just take a look at this recent post by Don DeZube of the National Association of Realtors.  Spring Market. You have to admit its pretty positive. […]

  I don’t have a clue.  Used to be  able to gauge the housing market by what’s going on in the Stock Market. I gave up on that comparison a long time ago. To me it makes absolutely no sense. How can a barometer of the economy change so fast. I mean really, up 200 […]