Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Ask anyone who lives at the Shore, or frequents it, if people are tearing down old houses and building new, and the answer is an unequivocal yes.
The following is a no-holds-barred discussion of self-defense techniques. Or, as Israeli Krav Maga instructor Don Melnick puts it, "Get over the 'ick' factor in eye-gouging."
Sometimes, when you live in a city, the best place to look is up. That's what Wes and Michala Costello decided when they discovered a fixer-upper in the neighborhood they wanted to live in.
You know confusion looms large when Google offers more than three dozen pages on a search of this topic: Appraisal vs. home inspection.
Limerick's story can stand on its own, but what is happening to residential real estate in this Montgomery County township offers considerable insight into the housing market beyond its borders, too.
Buying your first home takes stamina, desire and commitment not only to navigate the complicated and time-consuming purchase process, but also to learn the ropes of being a responsible homeowner.
Musician Irene Bressler never imagined she'd live in a split-level home – a type of tract house built by the millions in midcentury housing developments that sprawled across the suburbs.
A look at this weekend's open houses in the Philadelphia region.
Some seniors don't qualify for a reverse mortgage, either because they are not old enough (you must be at least 62), or because their home equity, the difference between the value of their home and the balance of their existing standard mortgage, is too small. Such seniors won't waste much time on the effort. Any loan provider they contact will give them the bad news immediately, since they don't want to waste their time on deals that can't be done.
Mortgage lenders are students of history.
Home-builder confidence inched up this month, but remains shaky as the spring home-buying season gets underway.
Question: We have had an established homeowners association and most homeowners pay their dues in a timely manner, however, there are a few who constantly are late and some as much as a year past due.
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