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Mon Nov 5, 2012
Leslie Gordon answered:
Hi, I have lived in Stamford for over 40 years and know it and all its areas very well.E. Main is going through a major renovation withmany new condos and townhouses. It is the gateway to Darien. A new train station in the area is a definite possibility a few years down the road. There are some great new condo buildings in the W. Broad and Adams areas; most are two bedrooms and two full baths. The area is very close to downtown and the main train station. Also close to the hospital. Some of the side streets have much older and less cared for buildings. I will be pleased to assist you in your search. Pls contact me at your earliest convenience.
Les Gordon
Juner Properties
203-561-3042
les@juner.com
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Thu Oct 2, 2008
Chris & Stephanie Somers answered:
Michael. I own a number of properties in Philadelphia and work with a select group of investors and developers. One of my favourite areas in Philadelphia is 19122 which is called Old Kensington, just a little bit north of Northern Liberties. Northern Liberties has been the highest appreciating zip code in all of Philadelphia the last couple of years so my theory is that this growth (development, construction, condo converstions) will continue to move north in this area. I also am very bullish on the riverfront area from Old City to Bridesburg which includes Fishtown "19125" Port Richmond and Richmond "19134" and Bridesburg "19137". Please refer to my website below for more info. Good luck in your investment. I think it is a very wise choice. ... more
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Tue Apr 7, 2009
Crystal Alfonsi answered:
Actually, Pittsburgh is, historically, ALWAYS a stable market. It never has high peaks or drops, it sees steady appreciation in almost all neighborhoods. In Pittsburgh, you need to make sure that when you read articles about the housing market, you are ready a LOCAL story. Too many national articles about the "crisis" have reached our area and they just don't apply. Use sites like Trulia to show you the real trends in our area, not the national trends. ... more
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