Real estate news and product updates for Pennsylvania
If you've never lived in Pennsylvania, you'll find some great cities in the state with good property investment opportunities. Some cities (like Erie) also have one of the lowest costs of living over any other city in the region.
So, you found yourself a dud? You screened the applicant: credit check passed, criminal check passed, no eviction history, and superb landlord references – yet still the renter stops paying.
The Landlord and Tenant Act of 1951 governs security deposits in Pennsylvania. This statute is what tells a landlord how much security deposit he can collect from a tenant, what he can do with the money once he has collected it and how soon he must return it once the tenant has vacated the property.
Recognized around the world for its football program and made famous by Joe Paterno and the Nittany Lions, Penn State is one of the most well-known universities in the country.
For fans of the hit TV show "The Office," Scranton, Pennsylvania, represents fond memories of the lovable cast who brought Dunder Mifflin to life each week. Surprisingly, some of the beloved places featured on the show actually exist.
Operating a rental property in Allentown, Pennsylvania, can be a solid business opportunity, but you must understand how to balance risks in order to take full advantage of the profit potential made available.
Known as the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, certainly has a lot going for it. It should come as little surprise that so many people are attracted to the idea of calling Philadelphia home.
For renters seeking available properties in Erie and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the search may be tougher than they expected. For instance, in Erie County, the number of renters has been on the rise in the last few years.