The sun is out, the flowers are blooming, and the city is alive. If you are a homeowner looking to rent out your home, or a unit within your home for the long term (in the case of a small multi-family property), then this piece is for you. Rent prices begin to elevate beginning in … More 5 Pointers To Consider When Renting Out Your Home
And other fees to be aware of as a first-timer saving up for a house As important as it is to have the funds ready to pay for the downpayment on your home purchase, equally as important are the closing costs. When purchasing a home, the closing costs — which are funds charged to the … More The Often Overlooked Closing Costs
“Philadelphia is the only major city in the United States without a citywide street-sweeping program.” When I read this bit some time ago, it began to make sense to me why after almost a decade of living here, Philly’s problem with litter is still one of its most devastating issues. Don’t get me wrong, there … More From Filthy to Philly: The City’s Problem With Litter And The Steps It’s Taking To Change It
If you’ve been living in Philadelphia for a long time with a car like I have, then chances are that the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) is a name etched in your mind. Whether i’m downtown, in University City, North or South Philly, i’ve known PPA to have very little sympathy when it comes to issuing … More What Does The Parking Authority Do With All The Money From Your Parking Tickets?