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Philadelphia homeowners unable to evict alleged house thief

A West Philadelphia man regrets the day he met a prospective tenant who wanted to rent-to-own his daughter's house in the 4900 block of Chestnut Street. The real estate dispute began when the proposed tenant borrowed the keys to the property and never gave them back.

New bills aim to revamp property tax collection in Philadelphia

Legislation has been drafted to makeover Pennsylvania's collection laws for property tax delinquency. The real estate bill's author, state Rep. Chris Ross (R., Chester), wants to streamline the way municipalities throughout Pennsylvania handle tax-challenged property owners.

State tells Philadelphia property values, taxes are wrong

The $487 million that the city of Philadelphia plans to receive from real estate taxes could be in jeopardy with new information from the State Tax Equalization Board. The state's property-tax watchdog evaluates each county's assessment of real estate and found that Philadelphia has expensive discrepancies.

Bucks County Historical Society waits for decision on railroad sale

The 128-year-old Stewartstown Railroad is a southern York County, Pennsylvania, landmark in the small town for which it is named. It is also at the heart of a $350,000 property dispute. The railroad's foreclosure is likely if the debt to the estate of a deceased private lender, who made the Bucks County Historical Society a beneficiary, goes unpaid.

Pennsylvania zoning height dispute pits high school against town

Unionville High School is building a new auditorium that is giving East Marlborough Township, Pennsylvania, zoning law officials a $3.6 million headache. The township says the auditorium is too tall to be in compliance with municipal codes, but the school says its project was approved prior to construction.

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