Achieve Realty, Inc.
10475 Perry Hwy.
Suite 200
Wexford, PA 15090 Phone: 724-933-1980 x215 Mobile: 724-321-0336 Fax: 724-871-1383 Email Tammy

The key to selling or buying a home.

Our mission is to provide our Western Pennsylvania clients and principals with exemplary service, a higher level of skill and experience, and guidance in maximizing real estate asset values. Our goal is to be the real estate brokerage of choice – a goal we attain through our customers and agents. Our customers define the standard of quality and service and their loyalty must be earned and protected. We value the relationships that we have built and look forward to our continued growth and success with future clients!! 

In this ever changing real estate market we embrace the challenge of meeting consumer needs.  If you are a Seller on the brink of Foreclosure, take some time to review the alternatives at our Short Sale Page.  Traditional Sellers looking for home value information or refinance rates, we have sources for sound decision making.  For the Investor or Traditional Buyer client, our resources for Bank Foreclosures, New Construction, Land,  and Buying Options deliver comprehensive up-to-date data on the most recent opportunities and cutting-edge buying techniques. 

 

 

 


 

 

 


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Pittsburgh Business News - Local Pittsburgh News | The Pittsburgh Business Times

A portion of Mount Nebo Pointe, a power center retail property on Camp Horne Road in Ohio Township, has been sold to an increasingly familiar real estate investor in the region. Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund sold a 103,097-square-foot portion of the retail property to an investment group lead by affiliates of New York-based Pearson Partners Inc. and partner Fifth Avenue Capital LLC, according to an announcement of the deal by Cushman & Wakefield, which represented the property’s sale…

5/26/2015 3:24:58 PM

Dallas-based Magnum Hunter Resources Corp. is selling about 5,210 undeveloped net acres in northwestern West Virginia, the company announced Tuesday. The company (NYSE:MHR) did not identify the buyer, but said the acreage is in Tyler County, which sits along the Ohio River. The deal is expected to yield $40.8 million. Magnum Hunter chairman and CEO Gary C. Evans said in a statement that the company hadn't considered the acreage as core to its operations and was not part of its long-term drilling…

5/26/2015 3:22:36 PM

UPMC on Tuesday offered buyouts to employees who are at least age 60 and have 10 years of service, potentially affecting about 3,500 employees. The system employs more than 60,000 people and UPMC told staff the buyout comes with medical and dental payments plus a cash payment. "This innovative program provides employees a generous severance with medical and dental benefits and a one-time cash payment that can help them purchase additional medical benefits until they are eligible for Medicare,"…

5/26/2015 12:36:26 PM

Duquesne University will raise minimum wage for its employees to $16 per hour, effective July 1, the university announced Tuesday. Pennsylvania and federal minimum wage remains at $7.25 per hour. Last year, the Catholic university raised its minimum wage from $14 per hour to $15 per hour. The university's most recent annual budget, which was approved Tuesday, also includes an extra 0.5 percent increase for all employees making less than $34,000 annually, in addition to a $500 university contribution…

5/26/2015 10:30:02 AM

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.’s $40 billion offer for generic drug giant Mylan N.V. was intended as a diversion to Mylan’s bid for Irish pharmacy product company Perrigo Co. plc, Mylan Executive Chairman Robert Coury said in an interview with the Pittsburgh Business Times. Mylan (Nasdaq: MYL) is seeking to acquire Perrigo for $32.7 billion, but the Irish pharmacy product company has rejected the offer as undervalued. The 54-year-old Coury discussed Mylan’s resolve to remain independent…

5/26/2015 10:05:03 AM

South Side-based American Eagle Outfitters' strong earnings report last week is raising expectations about the company’s stock. The latest evidence of came in a report issued Saturday by Janney Montgomery Scott in which the firm maintained its established buy rating of American Eagle stock and raised its price target from $19 a share to $20, according to industry reports. On Tuesday morning after a Memorial Day weekend, American Eagle’s stock was trading around $16.40 a share, still below the…

5/26/2015 9:57:22 AM

Beaver Valley Power Station's Unit No. 1 is being restarted after a monthlong maintenance and refueling outage, FirstEnergy Corp. said Tuesday. The nuclear unit was put back into service Sunday morning after being taken offline April 25. As of the moment, the unit, which can produce 939 megawatts, is operating at 89 percent power. It is expected to return to full power later today, the company said. According to FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE), 61 of the 157 fuel assemblies were exchanged. Also, safety…

5/26/2015 9:36:49 AM

The coal industry, and Northern Appalachian mines, are facing a prolonged downturn and an industrywide reshuffling is likely, according to John Pippy, CEO of the Pennsylvania Coal Alliance. Pippy told the Business Times on Tuesday that the industry is being challenged in part by coming environmental regulations that are forcing coal-fired power plants to close. That, he said, is evidenced by announcements on Friday from Ohio-based Murray Energy Corp. and Alpha Natural Resources (NYSE: ANR). Collectively,…

5/26/2015 9:29:29 AM

Allegheny County Health Department Director Dr. Karen Hacker was paid just over $203,000 in 2014, making her by a comfortable margin the highest-paid county employee. That’s according to the Pittsburgh Business Times analysis of county records, which will be published in the May 29-June 4 Weekly Edition of the Pittsburgh Business Times. Unlike the city of Pittsburgh, which had four employees who made more than $200,000 a year, Allegheny County had just one. And the next highest-paid county employee…

5/26/2015 9:08:47 AM

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is in Cuba this week in an effort to forge economic ties to the country. Peduto is participating in a trade mission, organized by Pittsburgh-based Catalyst Connection. the goal is to establish relationships and learn how to do business with Cuba once the existing trade embargo is lifted, according to Catalyst Connection President and CEO Petra Mitchell. President Barack Obama ordered the restoration of diplomatic relations with Cuba in December. “Manufacturers in…

5/26/2015 9:02:22 AM