Saturday, May 23, 2015

Real Estate

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Redfin says eco-friendly homes are selling for more money than homes without green features.
More sales but lower prices characterized the suburban real estate market in 2015's first quarter, as the Philadelphia region continued to extricate itself from the housing downturn.
The planned redevelopment of an entire block at 4th and Reed streets involves the demolition of Mt. Sinai Hospital—empty for 20 years and still one of the tallest buildings in South Philadelphia—and the construction of 95 townhomes.
Several commissioners agreed with witnesses that a prison would be a bad use for the property. City Council takes up the bill today.
My apartment has been flooded several times this year due to my upstairs neighbor's kid letting the tub overfill.
Question: Lenders made bad loans during the years prior to the financial crisis because the loans could be sold as securities to unwary investors. Would most mortgage borrowers be better off if there were no secondary market in which to sell mortgages?
One in a continuing series spotlighting real estate markets in the region's communities. For J. Barrett and Janet VanDame, Franconia Township had the perfect house, just what they needed five years ago for taking care of his parents, both 95 years old.
Drexel University's newest housing complex won't have a dining commons or a study lounge. But it will have two floors of high-end day care and apartments at prices your typical undergrad would struggle to afford.
Most of us believe in second chances. If we didn't, no one would ever show up at a Phillies game.
Philadelphia's costs to maintain public areas of the Gallery at Market East would be capped at about $175.2 million over 43 years under a plan that removes the mall from city ownership.
Approaching Jill and David Levi's house on a bayside cul-de-sac in Margate is a good way to catch a panorama of 20th-century architecture where no developer has restrained the variety of design.
A look at this weekend’s area open houses.
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