Realtors are not suppose to comment on if an area is "safe" or not. I suggest you talk to the local police departments and ask them about the areas.
But if you ha ... more
And in the past 2 months, 30 or so sales. Not to bad at all. Being in the Philadelphia market, I am use to seeing ... more
A realtor is not legally allowed to discuss such a question however what we can suggest is you look into the Philadelphia police department as they keep records of such infor ... more
You can go to a public auction but be prepared to bring cash and bid against other buyers like yourself. Many times you haven't even seen the property and you are ... more
My name is Bill Strehle. I am a licensed Realtor with Century 21 Premier. I am licensed in PA & NJ. I only saw 1519 W. York Street in the system.
See the link below to a ... more
This is one of those questions that is difficult to answer for a licensed PA Real Estate Salesperson --- because it would be unethical. There are rules against various state ... more
For a rough Idea contact you real estate agent. If you a ... more
That is a great question.
The benefits of selling in the Spring Market:
1) Follow the trend. "The Spring Market" is notorious for bringing out more buyers.
2) Listing ... more
I am not able to locate this property under MLS. Do you have any other info on this. Also what are you wanting to know about this property?
There are townhouses being built there. This is going to be a gated community with several amenities. Starting price per unit is 225K and phase 1 should be complete wit ... more
It is hard to count on anything the city may or may not do. Sure there ... more
Are you local? If so you may want to give renting it your own a shot.
Ive had a lot of luck using Craigslist.com
www.rentometer.com has som great info that can help you with rent rates. Otherwise, an informed agent could help figure all that math for you. And for free! (pretty good ... more