The Philadelphia region seems to have escaped a disturbing national trend in home sales.
Legally, a homeowner must make certain disclosures to a potential buyer – but murder on the property may, or may not, be one of them.
John Giordano, CEO of First Heritage Financial, says he’s seen a shift in the past year from a refinance market to a purchase market.
With Halloween approaching, one real estate website was apparently “dying to know” whether or not houses near cemeteries really sell for less, and the results might surprise you.
If you’re moving from one state to another, the law requires the moving company to give you a copy of the consumer booklet “Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move” which tells you about the movers’ liability and dispute resolution.
New home sales increased 3.6 % percent in July; that’s 25% more than this time last year.
Plunging home prices, foreclosures, and short sales have made real estate a buyers market the past few years. Will this year be any different?
The slightly lived-in look is helping to sell homes across the Philadelphia area.