Trump budget proposal for fiscal 2019 calls for cuts to a number of social programs, including HUD. Philadelphia, which in fiscal year 2017 received $91.5 million from HUD, has argued that cuts to the federal department's funding could affect Philadelphia's most vulnerable citizens.
In addition to proximity to the Art Museum and zoo, this Fairmount house offers another big amenity: two parking spots.
Presented as "raw space," these top-shelf, top-floor properties offer well-heeled buyers the opportunity to get exactly what they want.
The fastest-growing career field is in Philadelphia is "computer and mathematical occupations," according to a new report from the real estate firm Adobo
These suburban Philadelphia homes have curb appeal and design choices that will make their buyers feel like lords and ladies.
The homeowner has eschewed decorators, rehabbers, and expensive stores to put her own stamp on the house.
A federal community reinvestment act passed in 1977 didn't anticipate a day when historically black neighborhoods would be sought out by young white homebuyers.
The penthouse features two roof decks, an in-unit elevator, and hardwood floors throughout. If the deal closes, Dranoff will come close to selling out the condo tower.
Of the places Sara Maxwell has lived, she loves West Mount Airy the most. "Everyone helps everyone, young, old, sick well."
The logic goes that the happier singles are with dating in a given metro area, the happier they might be to rent there. News for Philadelphians is mixed.
The two floors of this Philadelphia condo have distinct personalities. Downstairs, the layout features brick floors and ceilings with exposed beams. The upstairs level has a more modern feel.
These houses have master suites that are built to satisfy. Throw in Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces and private decks, and a good night is guaranteed. For a price.
Beyond the necessities of warmth and indoor plumbing, these homes along South Broad Street boast lofty vantage points and luxury finishes.