Specialties & Service AreasPANew Castle16105Buyer's Agent
Owner/Real Estate Professional at Realty One Group Hometown
Part of the only brother sales team in Western Pennsylvania, with over 190 million dollars in closed sales to date. I am a full time Realtor with over 20 years experience and knowledge.
As your Real Estate Specialists, I promise to be your trusted resource for answers
about the process of buying or selling. I will provide expertise about neighborhood
features and schools, and will target your home search based on your individual
needs and wants.
My custom innovative marketing strategies along with strong negotiationskills are the keys to your successful transaction.
Let the Maiella Team help you in any Real Estate transaction. We specialize in Residential, Commercial, Investments, Farms, and Acreage.
***Over 18.6 million dollars in closed sales in 2021***
Please contact me directly at (724)730-0780 / (724)698-7701
- Lawrence County Board of Realtors (LCBR)
- PA Association of Realtors (PAR)
- Zillow ELITE Agent.
About 16105 New Castle, Pennsylvania
The Zip Code 16105 is located primarily in Lawrence County which is part of the Pittsburgh metro area. The 16105 area is officially known as New Castle and it extends to the New Castle Northwest area and Oakwood, Pennsylvania. This area is considered to be a middle class zip code compared to other zip codes in the state of Pennsylvania. The 16105 area has a land area of 27.43 square miles and a population density of 563 people per square mile, each of which is less than the national average. 16116 Edinburg, 16142 New Wilmington, and 16156 Volant are some of the nearby neighborhoods.
Real Estate Market of 16105New Castle, Pennsylvania.
The vast majority of residences in the 16105 New Castle area are now either owner-occupied or hold a mortgage. The median home value in this zip code is $126,800, which is fractionally below the county average. The median household income has risen over time, rising from $55,180 in 2009 to $70,290 in 2019. The majority of the households in this area are occupied, and there is little chance of finding a cheap house.Most rental properties are two-bedroom homes that cost between $500 and $750 per month, depending on the location. The majority of the houses in this section of Pittsburgh were constructed in the 1950s, and a significant number of buildings date back to the early 1930s. Currently, less than 10% of the households in the area are vacant.