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Gary Swank, Real Estate Pro in Pittsburgh, PA
Gary Swank answered:
Quite, Nice, Neighborhood in Pittsburgh for two active seniors?
You might consider looking into the 55+ communities.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Nov 14, 2014 Quality of Life in Pittsburgh
cakuz1, Home Buyer in Mars, PA
cakuz1 answered:
I love the house in West Mifflan but not sure about area and resale. I now live in Monroeville
I have lived in west mifflin for over 30 yrs.its close to everything,safe,my child went to school in w.m.,and excelled.We are presently selling our home to be near the grandkids and it ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Nov 11, 2013 Quality of Life in 15122
Jefferson, Home Buyer in Bucks County, PA
Jefferson answered:
What do think about buying a house facing highway?
The others are right ... run, don't walk, away - unless you are getting a STEAL.

I know that Pittsburgh didn't get hit the way a lot of other areas did but it is still a b ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Mar 6, 2010 Quality of Life in 15217
Jeffrey Benn…, Real Estate Pro in Pittsburgh, PA
Jeffrey Bennett answered:
how does the academic standards compare with other high schools in pennsvania-sports and standard of living?
SchoolMatters.com is a good source for third party comparison of school districts in and around Pittsburgh. For the public system, see www.pghboe.net. Upper St. Clair (South Hills) is n ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Dec 23, 2008 Quality of Life in Pittsburgh
Dan Haeck, Real Estate Pro in Pittsburgh, PA
Dan Haeck answered:
what are the best pittsburgh area?
I will give you a few favorites. I like Mt. Lebanon for great schools and public safety. It is close to everything and kept very clean. It has a neat main street with lots of shops a ... more
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Dan Haeck, Real Estate Pro in Pittsburgh, PA
Dan Haeck answered:
To anyone, I am in search of a home or townhome for rent in the Pittsburgh, PA area. Can you help me? My
It would help to know what area and your budget. Rentals can range from $500 to $2500 depending on area and criteria. I have some rentals but I need more info.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Apr 3, 2008 Quality of Life in Pittsburgh
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