Mark Shanaman

Realtor

Hamburg, PA 19526 Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Berks County.



When you choose a RE/MAX Associate to sell your home or help you purchase a new home in HAMBURG, PA 19526, you''''''''ll experience a whole new level of personal service.  Whether you are buying a home new home, land for sale, selling a home or condo, looking for a rental property on MLS, flipping houses or looking for a real estate agent, hiring someone like me who will make sure you get the very best qualified HAMBURG, PA real estate agent representing your needs! 

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QUICK FACTS:  Did you know?

In 1779, Martin Kaercher Jr. received 250 acres (1.0 km2) of land from his father and divided it into building lots, naming the area Kaercher Stadt. Hamburg was officially founded in 1787, named after the "German Hamburgh" due to the largely German population of the region. On July 1, 1798 Hamburg become the second town with postal designation in Berks County, preceded only by Reading, Pa.

The Centre Turnpike was created in 1812 running between the two cities of Reading and Pottsville. Being approximately 15 miles from both towns, Hamburg began to grow rapidly due to the close proximity of a major roadway. Eight years later (1820) the Schuylkill Canal was completed, followed quickly by railroad lines. Both of these advances in infrastructure had stops in Hamburg and boosted its population.

Hamburg Borough was officially organized in 1837.

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