Let me know if you would like to see the property. There is ... more
I understand considering moving to any area is an important decision but fexeral law prohibits real estate agents from making comments about areas.Another point is one pers ... more
The question is, what exactly do you mean by "that bad."
First, if you are referring to crime statistics, licensed real estate agents are not allowed to say whether or ... more
The only thing I came up with is...HERE FOR YOU...abbreviation when texting. I don't know where you saw the listing like that but I would do some seriously resear ... more
You can go online and find the answers to both the questions you posted here on Trulia. You can get the neighborhood statistics by searching your neighborhood facts an ... more
What is your question?
It is against federal law for an agent to make comments about an area. You can find this information on the Philadelphia Police Dept. website.
If you are not wor ... more
I would recommend checking out the Trulia Crime Maps so that you can get a sense of what the neighborhoods are like in comparison to one another:
http://www.trulia.com/r ... more
Your best bet is to contact the Nearest Police district office and ask for their most recent police blotter that shows the Behavior and reports of that particular neighbor ... more
You can contact me directly do discuss this property.
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Due to Fair Housing Laws, licensed agents can't discuss crime statistics.
There are many internet resources you can use to check crime and safety statistics.
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There are many neighborhoods that have significant college populations in Philadelphia.
I would be happy to help you if you need direction and are looking for housing. ... more