The Bucks County developer has already put the Nelson building, at 222-230 Walnut St., under agreement. His next plan is to try to buy the Ritz Five movie theater site.
Long known for its Revolutionary War ties, the Upsala mansion in Germantown is creating new history this year: For the first time in nearly eight decades, it's returning to private ownership.
It's a choice all buyers face: Getting the best quality versus finding the best deal. For whichever you prefer, there's a certain time to buy.
Why do Philly-area homeowners earn so much less on their investment than the rest of the country when they try to sell? It all comes down to the suburbs.
The blocks of Market Street just east of City Hall have always been set up for success. Yet for decades, they've seen anything but. Will a massive mixed-use development do the trick?
Philadelphia's home values jumped 5 percent in the first quarter of 2017, the highest Q1 jump in the history of a key housing index. Yet growth was uneven, as high-priced homes gained more value and low-priced homes stayed stagnant.
Let's say you're at an open house and you bump into a celebrity. Don't worry: The "star" is there to influence you to buy, not to compete for the property.
Nearly 63 percent of Americans are confident they will be able to afford a house someday. But what's stopping them now? Affording a down payment is the most significant obstacle — even more than debt or job insecurity, a study by Zillow and Ipsos found.
Caitlin McCabe covers Real Estate for the Inquirer.