Phoenixville has transformed into a bustling borough chock-full of breweries, restaurants, and a growing population of young professionals and empty-nesters. The two demographics may seem disparate, but...
These three homes in Philadelphia prove luxury rentals aren't just for condos.
Just north of the family fun of Seaside Heights, Ortley Beach has luxury homes for beachside living.
Owners of Viking Pastries and The Party Place say a lack of parking from the construction efforts contributed to the closings.
Nationally, in 44 out of the 50 cities highlighted in the study, homeowners could save money each month. In the other six cities, including Philadelphia, the disparity between costs and incomes resulted in debt.
"All we did for 22 years was remodel, so it's been a work in progress" the owner says. "It was really a teardown so we had to start pretty much from scratch."
Every home has its flaws. We can try to hide them, but the truth eventually comes out. Hiding the truth from a buyer can, at the very least, result in the termination of a contract.
Prepare for a battle over taxes when City Council returns in the fall.
The Philadelphia awards are part of $3 million in credits to preserve historic buildings statewide.
Philadelphia is now nearly 48 percent renters, 52 percent homeowners.
"People who have been looking at Long Branch and Asbury Park and want better value, they're going to come to Atlantic City," says Wasseem Boraie, whose downtown Atlantic City apartment complex opens later this summer a block from the Boardwalk.
Renovations included new a new roof, flooring and covered patio, but also skylights, flooring and an en-suite master bedroom.
The house wasn't their style, but John and Maria Schneider saw promise in the layout and landscape.