This family home seamlessly blends owners’ Indian and Scandinavian heritage

When Amy and Jay Hariani decided to gut their 1895 turreted rowhouse, they redecorated with the natural woods and light tones of Scandinavian simplicity and the bold colors and textures of India — a blending similar to their own cultural backgrounds.

Philly-area industrial leases approach pre-pandemic levels on e-commerce demand: Report

The Philadelphia region’s recovery outpaced that of the broader Northeast U.S. industrial market that also includes the outer boroughs of New York, North and Central Jersey, and the I-78/I-81 corridor through the Lehigh Valley

Philly-area industrial leases approach pre-pandemic levels on e-commerce demand: Report

The Philadelphia region’s recovery outpaced that of the broader Northeast U.S. industrial market that also includes the outer boroughs of New York, North and Central Jersey, and the I-78/I-81 corridor through the Lehigh Valley

Mortgage rates hit all-time lows

According to the latest data released by Freddie Mac, the 30-year fixed-rate average sank to a record-low 3.15% with an average 0.8 point.

Mortgage rates hit all-time lows

According to the latest data released by Freddie Mac, the 30-year fixed-rate average sank to a record-low 3.15% with an average 0.8 point.

TreePhilly is working around coronavirus to get saplings to homeowners

Tree planting events across the city are moving to the fall because of the pandemic. But some residents still got some trees at socially distanced giveaways and from home delivery.

TreePhilly is working around coronavirus to get saplings to homeowners

Tree planting events across the city are moving to the fall because of the pandemic. But some residents still got some trees at socially distanced giveaways and from home delivery.
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Iconic Philly Art Deco building should stay blue, architectural committee says

The architectural committee of the Philadelphia Historical Commission refused to allow the owner of one of Philadelphia’s best examples of Art Deco buildings to change the structure’s distinctive blue color to gray-white.

COVID-19 and its side effects have kept rural Pa. real estate agents busy

The National Association of Realtors says more buyers are interested in home offices and back yards than in pre-coronavirus days.

On the market: A Queen Village rowhouse for $625,000

The house checked all the boxes for city living: central location, space for entertaining, and something fairly new that wouldn’t require much maintenance.

A DIY project while trapped at home seems like a good idea — until it goes wrong

Stuck inside during the quarantine, some people have taken to fixing up their homes. Often projects take a lot longer than expected and involve multiple trips to the home improvement store.

The sale of the 1,300-acre Philly refinery site is about to be completed. Here’s what we know about the developer buying it.

Hilco Global has a long history of buying and salvaging distressed businesses and real estate, but its track record is mixed.

Social isolation, and video chats, are renewing attention to the art of the bookshelf

Self-isolation has people rediscovering the value of having hardcovers at home. Pair books with objects, art, photographs and ephemera.

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No playground? No problem. Philly architect built a treehouse in his rowhouse yard, and you can, too.

A DIY project enables three children to play together while still practicing social distancing — and it has the extra benefit of keeping them out of their parents hair for a while.

Mortgage rates plunge to near-record lows

According to the latest data released by Freddie Mac, the 30-year fixed-rate average sank to 3.24% with an average 0.7 point.

Where to buy plants, seeds, soil, and gardening supplies right now in the Philadelphia region

Whether you're in Philadelphia, the suburbs or South Jersey, here's where you can buy plants, seeds, soil, gardening supplies, for delivery or pickup right now.

Buyers and renters are moving into homes without seeing them first

Live or recorded video, immersive 3-D tours, and large, high-resolution photos can attract a raft of interest in a home during the pandemic, while open houses have been prohibited, and few want to show or visit a property in-person, real estate agents said.

On the market: Five-bedroom, custom-built home near Media for $995,000

The 6,539-square-foot house, on two acres in the Springton Chase Community, has five bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms.

Poconos property manager is getting a second chance to fight for her job

Pennsylvania laws governing the licensing and registration of real estate agents are “unreasonable” and “unduly oppressive” when applied to short-term vacation property managers, according to the state Supreme Court.

Pennsylvanians can buy and sell a house in person again

In-person home showings, appraisals, inspections, and other real estate activity can resume throughout Pennsylvania under certain safety guidelines, according to an executive order Gov. Tom Wolf issued Tuesday.

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