Chip Williams, Realtor Emeritus, is an Associate Broker with over 51 years experience. Past President of Bucks County Association of Realtors, Past Bucks County and Pennsylvania Association of Realtors Director. Former owner of several successful multi office firms in Central and Upper Bucks County. Has Participated in the sale of several hundred million dollars in real estate though out his career. Specializing in the marketing of fine country properties and as a sought after Buyer's Representative for his keen knowledge of the Central and Upper Bucks Real Estate Market.
Chip lives with his wife Denise, a talented musician and gifted piano teacher in Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Together they have six children, 11 grand children and on great grandson. They currently share their home with their their gorgeous Boxers.
Chip has shared his passion for the beauty and laid back lifestyle that comes with living in Bucks County with many clients and customers over the years. Many have become dear and valued friends an extra benefit that Chip never takes for granted and has aways considered that an added bonus in doing what he does.
If you are looking for someone to help find that "special" property in Central or Upper Bucks County or if you seek an experienced Sales Representitive to market your home that truly understands and can relay the quality of life offered here, you will find Chip to be an outstanding resource.
Specialties and Designations
Commercial, Investment Property, New Construction, Vacation Properties, Works With First Time Home Buyers, Rentals, Horse Farms, Country Homes, Resale Residential, Historic Homes, Water Front, Associate Broker, Realtor Emeritus
CRB, GRI, ABR, e-PRO
Bedminster, Danboro, Doylestown, Durham, Erwinna, Lahaska, New Britain, New Hope, Newtown, Ottsville, Perkasie, Pipersville, Plumsteadville, Richlandtown, Tinicum, Tinicum Township, Upper Black Eddy, Bridgeton, East Rockhill, West Rockhill, Carversville, New, Buckingham, Chalfont, Sellersville
Bucks, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northampton