The truth is, not only can we, as realtors, not answer it...honestly, it is too subjective to answer even if we could.
What might be "bad" to one person, is another person's "perfectly fine" neighborhood.
There are people buying and selling in all kinds of neighborhoods all the time, so an agent's personal opinion of what might be good or bad isn't important.
It's what YOU think that matters.
You can use trulia's list of agents to find a local agent who can help you discover the answers to your question, or at least point you in the right direction.
As a Real Estate Professional, I can only answer questions about houses not about people or scenarios in communities.
In the meantime, you can refer to the following website to determine some of a neighborhoods features.
I am a licensed PA Agent! Please contact me for all your residential questions, buying, selling, and renting needs in the near future! I'm never too busy for your inquiries!
I found my niche! I will be licensed in NJ by winter of 2013!
Liberty Bell Real Estate
Direct Phone: 215-237-4147
Philip J. Cunningham Sr.
V.I.P. Realty Corporation
7942 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19152 215-725-5700 X49
A neighborhood is only as bad ....as you would leave yourself vulnerable.
ANYWHERE you move to........ always be sober and vigilante
On a lighter note ..... try this site- http://www.walkscore.com/
All the Best John and Sheri... 215-757-2889
Real estate agents are forbidden from making comments about any area.You can go onto the police dept website & look up the crime statistics.
If you are not working with an agent, call me and will be happy to help you find a new home.
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