Michael V. Giuda

Associate Broker/Realtor

Keller Williams - Philadelphia

About Michael V. Giuda

Michael Giuda has been a full time licensed Real Estate Agent since 1986 and is currently an Associate Broker with Keller Williams. As Founder and Team Leader of the Selling in Philly Team, Michael’s expertise includes Sales in Residential, Multi-Family, Commercial, Development, Rentals and Property Management. Michael’s direct and honest approach along with sincere caring for his clients and community has earned him great respect and has produced long lasting relationships. Growing up in Springfield, Delaware County, spending summers in Longport, NJ and raising his family in Philadelphia, Michael has an excellent understanding of the area and neighborhoods. Michael is passionate about Real Estate and believes in sharing his expertise and knowledge. He has great instincts and together with over 30 yrs experience in Real Estate, a background in Insurance, and his knowledge of construction, he is one of the top agents in the city. “Don’t wait to buy Real Estate …… Buy Real Estate and wait!”

Latest Blog Posts

First Time Home Buyer Assistance Grant!

Are you interested in purchasing your first home but need a little extra cash for closing costs?The City of Philadelphia and JP Morgan Chase are offering assistance of $1,000 grants to assist with a

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First Time home Buying Steps

We listed some of the most important steps in the home buying process! Still have questions, be sure to ask us! Steps to take when you decide to buy! 1. Call us, Keller Williams Philadelphia to

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Snow Day French Toast!

What do you eat on a snow day? Well, if you stocked up on bread, eggs, and milk then you can make one of our snow day favorites, French Toast!  Check out this awesome recipe below and make sure

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How To Keep Your House Warm In The Winter

It’s that time of the year again. Philly is getting snow and the temperature is dropping. This weather makes you want to stay in all winter and hibernate, but not everybody’s house stays

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