Residents in a Philadelphia suburb are banding together and organizing to fight against an apartment complex that has been proposed for the area. The battle began when a resident in the area discovered that the 152--unit rental development was being planned near Brace and Kressen roads, where a lumber store used to sit. The resident learned of the residential real estate development not through community leaders, but through a flyer that was placed on his windshield.
When it comes to residential real estate, some Pennsylvania residents and others throughout the United States can be very possessive about their property. They do not want anyone - or anything - to infringe on their space.
One man is likely not the most popular among his neighbors in Germantown. The man owns a vacant 11-room mansion on a block there. The residential real estate has become a burden to his neighbors due to its old, worn-down appearance.
A revamped system of assessing property taxes in Philadelphia has some experts worried that the recovery in the local real estate industry will come to a screeching halt.
One Pennsylvania school district was ready to seal a deal with a real estate developer who wished to purchase a 20-acre parcel of land, but, the deal unexpectedly fell through. Coincidentally, the district was able to strike a similar deal with another real estate developer almost instantaneously.
A Pennsylvania zoning board will hear testimony in a real estate dispute with a man who claims officials have tagged his property with the incorrect zoning.
With interest rates low and home prices that still haven't rebounded since the recession, some might think now is the time to look to residential real estate in the Philadelphia area as an investment.
A Scranton, Pennsylvania, woman and a bank are embroiled in a residential real estate dispute over a home the woman says she owns and the bank says she legally doesn't.
We previously wrote about the speculation that the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia would be forced to sell some of its residential real estate for financial reasons. Now, the archdiocese has announced that it will, indeed, be forced to sell some holdings because of a multimillion-dollar shortfall.