The Street: Despite historic-low mortgage rates, it's still cheaper to rent than own in most major U.S. cities, according to a new report. Low inventory, foreign investors and flippers are keeping home prices up.
Carl Dranoff, the Philadelphia-based developer who transformed Camden's former RCA Victor factory into the city's first luxury apartment building, has plans to build an apartment complex on the waterfront.
More than 70 percent of apartment renters reported owning pets, with cats and dogs as the most popular types, according to a survey released Tuesday.
One way developers are attracting dog-owning residents is by rolling out Fido-friendly amenities, including indoor potty spots with "canine turf," spa-style dog washes with easy-access walk-up ramps, grooming stations, heated runs and pet-minded concierge services.
CHERRY HILL A Superior Court judge on Monday upheld the Cherry Hill Township zoning board's approval of a 152-unit luxury apartment complex to be built at a site most recently occupied by a building materials supplier.
I had to go deep into The Inquirer's archive to look up the name John C. Anderson. A rising star in Philadelphia politics, he was a first-term city councilman from Wynnefield when he died suddenly in 1983, at age 41. Anderson was gay, and his life was cut short by AIDS. But in keeping with the times...
JUST ABOUT everyone that I have spoken to about renting outside of the Center City district has a horrible slumlord story to tell.
Even as an increasing number of home sales head to the settlement table, the luxury-rental market in the eight-county Philadelphia region grows stronger and more sustainable.
Smoking even in one's own home may someday be a thing of the past, as more real estate developers and landlords in the Philadelphia region are embracing the trend toward healthy housing.
The United States has a rental problem and things aren't looking good.
First-ever 'market rate' housing project for office, lab landlord
Al's Place: The demand for apartments is expected to grow in the coming years, including in Center City, as the population of 20- to 34-year-olds increases.
PhillyDeals: Brandywine Realty hopes to exploit "high demand for both market-rate and student housing" by converting former office space to residential use.
Question: I am a renter in a house that is going into foreclosure. Should we still be paying our landlord although he doesn’t make payments on the house anymore?