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Tom Scannapieco's 500 Walnut, Center City, Philadelphia
When the economy gets better, does the economy actually get worse? The answer is yes. And no. Confused? You aren't alone.
When Keiko Tsunemoto’s children left the nest, she and her husband found the perfect use for two unused bedrooms in their Center City apartment — a 770-square-foot master bathroom suite.
A Realtors economist said a single month’s decline wasn't significant, even though it came during the peak selling season.
Haven: Michael Gerard Walzer has taken that old saying, "A man's home is his castle" to heart, literally transforming his home into one.
Is the housing market in recovery? It depends upon which report you hear and on which day.
Home Economics: ACHIEVEability has helped at least 3,000 families "break the generational cycle of poverty," says CEO Marcus Allen.
Heavens: The median sale price of a Philadelphia-area home in April was $200,000, up 3.9% from $192,500 a year ago.
Haven: Kay Kling's small A-frame let her stay in a familiar 'hood. And let her exercise her eye for updating the past.
Technology has changed the way buyers search for homes, as well as how they are marketed.
A Realtors' economist said much of the transactions are being driven by investors, rather than people looking for a place to live.
The National Association of Realtors says the U.S. needs to build 1.3 million to 1.7 million housing units annually to keep pace with families' needs.
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Heavens: RealtyTrac said the increases reflect a shift of the foreclosure crisis from the West and Southwest to the East Coast.