According to a new report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition, the Garden State is the fifth most expensive state to rent a home in the United States.
New Jersey lawmakers are taking steps to attract small new casinos to Atlantic City and increase home ownership there as the city reels from a financial crisis partly brought on by the closings of large casino resorts this year.
New Castle police are warning residents about a rash of vandalism in the past two weeks.
There are a number of roads here in New Castle County that are still closed this evening because of flooding, Airport Road included.
Councilman Bill Greenlee isn’t happy that the city’s utilities often insist on meters being placed on the fronts of homes and he believes it becomes most unsightly in the historic areas.
An increasing number of area realtors are discussing the importance of “staging” the homes of their clients to make the surroundings more appealing to prospective buyers.
How will these new rules impact you down the road? 3 O Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan takes a look.
With the end of 2013, several environmentally friendly tax credits expire including those for fixing up the house, according to Jeff Kim a CPA in Bala Cynwyd.
Eight people, including two children, were injured following a row home explosion and collapse in Philadelphia Monday morning.
As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, realtors are knocking on doors and making cold calls to put their customers into houses that aren’t even on the market.
In this week’s Angie’s List report, Jim Donovan has some things you should be doing to improve the chances your home will sell quickly.
Sixty-seven-year-old Charles Sherd has lived in his home on Cantrell Street in South Philadelphia for more than 35 years.
Princeton University is offering a deal — or a steal — to potential homeowners.
FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate said the disaster relief agency has several hundred mobile homes in its inventory of emergency supplies and has started moving some of them to disaster zone.
Residents of Long Beach Island are only just getting their first look at the damage and destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy. They were allowed back for a few hours on Monday and officials say they likely won’t be let back in until Saturday.