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ATLANTIC CITY - Vera Coking finally cashed in. And like the rest of Atlantic City these days, the price came at a steep discount.
Ryan Howard’s future with the Phillies is not a given. He is almost ready to say goodbye to his home in Blue Bell.
Consumers looking to purchase a home within the near future face many decisions, including how large a down payment to make.
For Dennis Cook, living at the historic Sylvan Edge in Elkins Park was a childhood dream.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Data firm: San Francisco Bay Area sells record number of million-dollar homes amid tech boom.
Claude Giroux is the latest big name to move into the prestigious 10 Rittenhouse Square building.
Think $1.5 million is a lot for a home in Pennsylvania? Imagine getting an entire town for that price tag.
David La Fontaine is the new executive director of Community Ventures, a Quaker-inspired builder of affordable housing and one of the few nonprofit developers left in the city.
I thought I would weigh in one more time on "zombie" houses, subject of an article I wrote for the July 6 Inquirer's news pages.
A "shadow gang" of union ironworkers, directed by their leaders, broke into construction sites at night, causing thousands of dollars in damage to equipment and buildings - all payback for using nonunion contractors, according to new charges filed Wednesday by the U.S. Attorney's office in Philadelphia.
The Sabulskys had outgrown their home.
National Mortgage Alliance has a couple of July's best deals on 30-year, fixed-rate conventional and FHA mortgages.
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