Real Estate


How to Buy a Shore House Now


Why Philly’s Millennials Aren’t Buying Houses

I love Philly, but I’m not going to buy a house here — at least, not anytime soon. Neither, it seems, are thousands of millennials […]


Bucks County Realtor Charged With $643K Fraud

“Anything In Life Worth Doing is Worth Overdoing & Moderation Is For Cowards…..” That’s what 49-year-old Dean Rossi wrote on his Facebook page less than […]


Philadelphia’s New Boom

Were you here in 1987? (Actually: Were you even born?) If you were, maybe you remember the thrill of One Liberty Place rising in the […]


Letters From the (Real Estate) Trenches

This past fall, after five years of renting in Fairmount, my husband and I finally decided to buy a home of our own in the […]


What’s in Store for Philly in 2015

Restaurants and Bars Predictions by Jason Sheehan and Art Etchells, editors of Foobooz Culinary nostalgia will totally become a full-fledged trend. With Juniper Commons already […]


West Chester Woman Accused of Real Estate Ponzi Scheme

Federal authorities today charged a 43-year-old West Chester woman with an elaborate ponzi scheme to defraud real estate investors. United States Attorney Zane David Memeger […]


Boyd Theater’s Fate May (Finally! Really!) Be Decided Today

Today’s the day we’ll found out whether that last-second donor really will be able to preserve Center City’s Boyd Theater in something like it’s original […]

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Family Court Building to Become Luxury Hotel

The Inquirer reports: “In another major project for the Logan Square neighborhood, Mayor Nutter is expected to announce Tuesday that Kimpton Hotels will open a […]


WANTED: Chef for Standout Graduate Hospital Development

Carpenter Square is one of the more impressive pieces of development going on in the Graduate Hospital section of Philadelphia. The materials stand out among […]


Can Someone Help James Dupree?
And Let’s Fix Eminent Domain
While We’re at It.

Would someone please help James Dupree already? For weeks I’ve been following his story.  Hopefully you know it by now.  In case you don’t, he’s […]


Could Comcast’s New Tower Hurt the Commercial Real Estate Market?

The New York Times today examines what Comcast’s giant new tower might mean for the Philadelphia commercial real estate market. Maybe nothing—“It just shows there […]


Foreclosures Rise in Pennsylvania, New Jersey

Philadelphia Business Journal reports that Pennsylvania foreclosures rose more than 18 percent in 2013—and New Jersey foreclosure rose by 25.5 percent—even though, nationally, the foreclosure […]

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Redfin Names Philly’s Hottest Neighborhoods of 2014

Real estate website Redfin has named its hottest neighborhoods of Philadelphia for 2014, based on searches of its website and knowledge from its real estate […]

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Philly Finally Reaches Land Bank Deal

In a closed-doors meeting late last night at City Hall, the two principal actors determining the fate of Council’s contentious land bank proposal reportedly reached […]