Philadelphia Real Estate Market Reports
Meanwhile, the number of homes on the market fell
The program is for Philadelphia residents exclusively, and aims to combat rising house costs.
A new study says Philly is right in the middle
A new study suggests signing a lease in the winter
Rising rental prices with a low increase in household incomes
After a shocking spike in home values
The latest figures mean that the city is among the 20 most expensive nationwide for renting either size apartment. But they also mean that Philly is among the cheapest along the Northeast corridor.
Cedar Park, Dunlap, and Haddington saw the biggest median rent declines.
After a record-setting 2017, Philly’s apartment construction activity is expected to "remain strong" throughout 2018, before slowing down in the years that follow.
A new Redfin report shows that Philly house hunters aren’t looking very far to make their next move, with nearly 9 out of 10 homebuyers looking to buy in Philly.
Although more building permits were issued in 2017 than in 2016, there was still a major slowdown in the pace of new construction growth overall, according to Fixlist’s latest report.
a new report that breaks population growth down by zip code shows that the neighborhoods east of Broad Street are significantly outpacing the rest of Center City.
Winter is the best time to rent in Philly thanks to low monthly rents, according to a new Renthop report.
Fourth quarter numbers show that Philly’s real estate market experienced both a tight inventory and a fall in house prices. Is relief on the way?
About 17 percent of homes for sale in Philly fetched above their original asking price in 2017, a trend that’s on the rise since 2012.
There’s a really wide range between more than a dozen neighborhoods, a sign of a healthy housing market, according to a new report.
Real estate website Adobo recently found that 49.5 percent of minorities in Philadelphia are homeowners, which is slightly above the national average of 46 percent minority homeowners.
The stretch of 30th Street between Walnut and Arch streets in University City is one of the priciest streets in the U.S.—and it’s only likely to become more expensive in the coming years.
A new analysis finds that the housing market in Philadelphia’s suburbs decelerated in the third quarter and remains sluggish compared to city homes.
If you thought 2017 was a big year for Philly development, just wait until next year: More than 8 million square feet of development is expected to deliver in 2018.
Despite posting its best third quarter results in 10 years, Philadelphia’s condo market is still struggling to play catch up to the city’s hot single-family housing market. Why the discrepancy?
In 2016, just over half of Philly renters paid too much of their income on rent. How does that compare to the rest of the U.S.?
New research shows that it’s not just millennials that this city should be banking on when it comes to its apartment market. Baby boomers are on track to be the next big wave of renters in Philly and across the country.
Looking to buy a new house in the Philly metro? It’ll cost you a lot more than opting for one of its older homes. It’s the third highest markup in the country, according to a new Trulia report.
The latest third quarter numbers are in for Philly’s housing market, and the biggest takeaway is that while the city’s real estate is still hot, relief may be on the way.
See which areas of the city are the most and the least expensive for buying in October.
Pew’s latest report reveals the ins and outs of Philly’s sacred spaces, from where they’re located, where they’ve been demolished, and how they function today.
A new data-driven report by Moody’s Analytics says Austin, Atlanta, and Philly are the top three places for Amazon’s second headquarters. But one other factor could push Philly to first place.
But that’s not the case in the rest of the U.S.
A new ranking reveals that Philly has 909 LEED-certified residential projects under its belt. But that pales in comparison to other major U.S. cities.
See which areas of the city are the most and the least expensive for buying in September.
All signs point to pricier one-bedroom and two-bedroom rents in Philly.
Yet home values here are still slightly below their pre-bubble peak, which means that Philly still has some catching up to do compared to other major U.S. metro housing markets.
A Next City analysis highlights the progress in Philly’s 55 neighborhoods over the course of five years.
Four new zip codes have joined the ranks since 2014, and only three are within Philly’s city limits.
A new report finds that the number of cost-burdened renters or households living in sub-par conditions is on the rise.