Although Philadelphia is really starting to grow again, there are still many great neighborhoods outside of the city that both locals and transients love. From someone who grew up in the suburbs, but now lives in the city, I have seen both sides. Plus, Philadelphia schools still have a way to go.
On the flip side, most of the investment/development dollars in our area are all going to the city. Neighborhoods that were once sleepy are now vibrant and full of new residents and new, local businesses. Plus, depending on the neighborhood, you get great bang for your buck in Philadelphia (on both the price and on property taxes).
If you run this story next year, it may start going the other way. The momentum is currently in Philadelphia's corner.
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