So you're thinking of moving to Bucks County, but you're not sure what part of Bucks County will be best for you. Bucks County is divided into three parts: lower Bucks, Central Bucks, and Upper Bucks or "up county."  Lower Bucks is closer to the Northeast corridor and easier to access New York City and Center City Philadelphia. There you'll find townships and boroughs such as Yardley, Newtown, Upper Makefield, and  Lower Makefield. Central Bucks includes Doylestown which is the County seat and has tons of great restaurants, museums, and law offices.  Upper Bucks has more open space and farmland. 

There are several ways of deciding where in Bucks you want to land based on what is most important to you. 

For example, do you have children?  Do you want them to go to public school?  Then you can decide which school district is best for you.  You may want to check out http://www.paschoolperformance.org/SelectCounty  where you can research school performance as well as many other indicators.  You can take advantage of the "Search by School District" function on my website, www.VickieCohenRealEstate.com.

Are you or someone in your household commuting to New York City or Philadelphia? Then you may want to use the "search by township" function, and only search those townships that are near convenient transportation routes.

Maybe it's price range that's all important, and you don't care where in Bucks you live.  There's a search by price range function just for that reason. 

Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions.

Vickie Cohen | 215-499-8501