Philadelphia

May 18, 2013 - 11:54 PM
Currently,  the Philadelphia real estate market is showing signs of decreasing inventory as buyers are starting to buy again and the number of distressed properties on the market is decreasing. The number of homes in the greater Philadelphia region was down nearly 8 percent in March of 2013 compared to the Read More

Shrinking Inventory Benefiting Home Sellers

Currently,  the Philadelphia real estate market is showing signs of decreasing inventory as buyers are starting to buy again and the number of distressed properties on the market is decreasing.

April 17, 2013 - 5:16 PM
When considering your options in Philadelphia homes, one area to think about is Manayunk. The neighborhood is to the northwest of the heart of Philadelphia and provides a very short drive into the city. An impressive view of the Schuylkill River may be an option for those looking into Philadelphia property Read More

Manayunk. One of the Best Places to Live in the Philadelphia Metro Area

When considering your options in Philadelphia homes, one area to think about is Manayunk. The neighborhood is to the northwest of the heart of Philadelphia and provides a very short drive into the city. An impressive view of the Schuylkill River may be an option for those looking into Philadelphia property listings.

The Neighborhood

March 20, 2013 - 10:43 AM
The Philadelphia real estate market appears to be rebounding quicker than other markets throughout the United States. For anyone who is considering a move to Philadelphia or has been contemplating the purchase of a new home in Philly, now may be the time. The real estate market across the entire country Read More

Philadelphia Real Estate Market Showing Signs of Improvement

The Philadelphia real estate market appears to be rebounding quicker than other markets throughout the United States. For anyone who is considering a move to Philadelphia or has been contemplating the purchase of a new home in Philly, now may be the time. The real estate market across the entire country plummeted to all-time lows over the last few years as a result of the recession. Although Philadelphia was no exception, Philadelphia home prices appear to have bottomed out and are now climbing back up.

February 19, 2013 - 4:06 PM
If you’re thinking of buying a home in Philadelphia, you have a rich selection of areas in the Philadelphia property listings to choose from. Often called the “city of neighborhoods,” Philadelphia has many distinct communities, each of which possesses a singular vibe, attractive amenities and loyal residents Read More

Buying Real Estate in Philadelphia

If you’re thinking of buying a home in Philadelphia, you have a rich selection of areas in the Philadelphia property listings to choose from. Often called the “city of neighborhoods,” Philadelphia has many distinct communities, each of which possesses a singular vibe, attractive amenities and loyal residents who are immensely proud of where they live.

January 24, 2013 - 9:00 PM
For many, buying a condo in Philadelphia may be a more beneficial alternative to buying a single family home. You'll be able to relax instead of cutting the grass. You can enjoy the convenience of having access to a gym, pool, and/or tennis court just minutes away from your doorstep. However, if you are Read More

Buying a Condo in Philadelphia

For many, buying a condo in Philadelphia may be a more beneficial alternative to buying a single family home. You'll be able to relax instead of cutting the grass. You can enjoy the convenience of having access to a gym, pool, and/or tennis court just minutes away from your doorstep. However, if you are planning to buy your first condo, you may want to learn about what owning a condo may entail. For instance, one major part of owning a condo is the Homeowners Association Fees. 

December 21, 2012 - 9:00 AM
Known for its well established communities that are rich with culture and history, you will find that there are outstanding opportunities for virtually any type of home buyer. But before you are able to make a home purchase, it's critical to choose the right mortgage loan. Most commonly, homeowners elect to Read More

What Philadelphia homebuyers should know about financing a home purchase

Known for its well established communities that are rich with culture and history, you will find that there are outstanding opportunities for virtually any type of home buyer. But before you are able to make a home purchase, it's critical to choose the right mortgage loan. Most commonly, homeowners elect to purchase with a fixed rate or adjustable rate mortgage in the Philadelphia area. Here are some factors to consider when deciding which is right for you:

Fixed Rate Mortgages v. Adjustable Rate Mortgages

October 9, 2012 - 8:38 AM
Although increasing demand across the country has sapped for-sale inventories in many places, the City of Brotherly Love has recently seen its supply of homes growing. Experts suggest a wide range of reasons for this, but most agree that the region's slowly depleting stock of distressed properties and Read More

Finding home bargains in Philly

Although increasing demand across the country has sapped for-sale inventories in many places, the City of Brotherly Love has recently seen its supply of homes growing.

October 4, 2012 - 8:42 AM
If you start a conversation with someone about the suburbs, you can never be sure what response you will get. Some people reflexively equate the suburbs with a boring, staid existence, while others will likely talk your ear off about the reflective, family-based pleasures of a less urban existence. Either Read More

Suburban Wayne is an attractive option for many homebuyers

If you start a conversation with someone about the suburbs, you can never be sure what response you will get.

October 3, 2012 - 8:41 AM
In many respects, foreclosed homes and distressed properties lingering from the housing collapse of the late 2000s are still affecting Philadelphia's housing market. According to recent data from a real estate information aggregator, home prices throughout Pennsylvania declined 0.6 percent between July Read More

Philly slowly getting rid of distressed properties

In many respects, foreclosed homes and distressed properties lingering from the housing collapse of the late 2000s are still affecting Philadelphia's housing market.

October 2, 2012 - 8:34 AM
There are few things a city can do to attract residents more effective than making a conscious effort to transform the local culture and improve the area's amenities. When people are looking for a new place to live, they frequently look for a place that has good schools, stable property values and an Read More

Philly's cultural scene highlighted in several magazines

There are few things a city can do to attract residents more effective than making a conscious effort to transform the local culture and improve the area's amenities.

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