John Caporale 

Many real estate agents came to this business with minimal if any experience in any other industry, certainly most have little experience in issues related to real estate. I've come to real estate after multiple careers in industries that lend their experiences to a broadened horizon for me.

I was a technical instructor at Philadelphia Electric Co. Gas Division where I taught the physics and fundamentals of HVAC. Following 15 years there I was Sr Vice President of an IT services company in Chester County. During some of that 12½ years I dabbled in real estate development until going into real estate full time in 2007.

Some people are very casual when it comes to signing papers that may affect their finances for decades. But for those who recognize that small steps early in the game can affect major outcomes later, it's fortunate that there are professionals who dedicate themselves to learning about the process and local market conditions, and who can turn a nightmare of stress and confusion into a relatively painless experience.

When a buyer enters a home they seldom carry with them the knowledge to know whether the systems or construction are suitable and will last. While eventual inspections may root out shortcomings of a home, it's far more advantageous to know in advance what issues may be present. Likewise, when listing your home, having the insight I provide to know what issues loom, what will likely present as an issue for prospective buyers, and the advice on how to structure the pre-sale process, all of these steps make your life and your journey as problem and stress-free as possible.

I'll take the time to find out what you really need most from me as a professional real estate agent. If you would like to know more about my services, or if you'd like to hear about the local market from a real person, please contact me at your convenience, almost any time of day or night. (I'm old school, I'm here when YOU need ME, not when it's convenient for me! But you can call, text, email, Messenger, or smoke signal me!)