Morning Headlines: An Update to PDQ’s Tax Delinquent Property Spreadsheet

Hours of civic despair at your fingertips.

Screen shot from Philadelinquency.

Screen shot from Philadelinquency.

Christopher Sawyer, the anti-blight crusader behind Philadelinquency, announced yesterday that his tax delinquency database is now current as of August 1. The database is an addictive tool where you can search properties that are behind on their taxes by any number of data points.

Curious about your own zip code? You can sort that way. Curious about who reigns supreme with the most liens in the city? (It’s 37 and the title is shared by three people.) You can search that. Want to check on whether your neighbor filed a homestead exemption? You can search by individual addresses, too.


Hours of fun (and civic despair) to be had at the PDQ Property Catalog.

More news this way ...

Stephen Starr talks empty storefronts [Philly Business Journal]

Rosemonters not pleased with Villanova as a neighbor [Main Line Times]

Catholic church, bulit in 1887, closes in West Philly [Daily News]

Camden house collapses after car crashes into it [Philly.com]

People are excited about a new Collingswood grocery store [Inquirer]

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