SOLD - DUAL AGENCY - AGENT PHL NEW DEVELOPMENT EXCLUSIVES

SOLD - DUAL AGENCY - AGENT PHL NEW DEVELOPMENT EXCLUSIVES

SOLD - DUAL AGENCY - AGENT PHL NEW DEVELOPMENT EXCLUSIVES

SOLD - DUAL AGENCY - AGENT PHL NEW DEVELOPMENT EXCLUSIVES

Elfreths Aly with its cobblestone streets is a year-round tourist attraction and homes in the area rarely go on the market, says McManus. The current owners have had this property for more than 30 years.

Elfreths Aly with its cobblestone streets is a year-round tourist attraction and homes in the area rarely go on the market, says McManus. The current owners have had this property for more than 30 years.

“It’s narrow and it’s cozy, but we really see the buyer of this property being someone who can rent the property out based on its historical value and its proximity to historical attractions in Philadelphia,” said Ryan McManus, the listing agent and founder of the real estate company Agent PHL. “It’s a historical attraction itself. That’s [a] market for Airbnb.”

“It’s narrow and it’s cozy, but we really see the buyer of this property being someone who can rent the property out based on its historical value and its proximity to historical attractions in Philadelphia,” said Ryan McManus, the listing agent and founder of the real estate company Agent PHL. “It’s a historical attraction itself. That’s [a] market for Airbnb.”

SOLD - DUAL AGENCY - AGENT PHL NEW DEVELOPMENT EXCLUSIVES

SOLD - DUAL AGENCY - AGENT PHL NEW DEVELOPMENT EXCLUSIVES

Will ‘Opportunity Zone’ tax break help residents along North Broad?

Will ‘Opportunity Zone’ tax break help residents along North Broad?

Land prices soar in Kensington as development activity grows

Land prices soar in Kensington as development activity grows

Kensington’s luxury townhouse kings experimenting with lower-priced condos

Kensington’s luxury townhouse kings experimenting with lower-priced condos

Kensington's Inevitable Development Boom Is Beginning

Kensington's Inevitable Development Boom Is Beginning


Queen Village is one of the most highly desirable neighborhoods in the entire city given its tight-knit South Philly vibe, community feel, well-maintained historically charming properties, schooling, and proximity to eclectic restaurants and small local neighborhood businesses. Economics in this neighborhood are incredibly strong: median household income in Queen Village is roughly double the Philadelphia average and median home values are roughly three times the Philadelphia average.
— What a Real Estate Agent Says About Queen Village | PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE | JUNE 2018

Old City industrial loft with plenty of brick and beam

Old City industrial loft with plenty of brick and beam

'Front-runner' emerges in sale of former Rembrandt's space in Fairmount

'Front-runner' emerges in sale of former Rembrandt's space in Fairmount

Rumors that Freedom Theatre is for sale are only partly true

Rumors that Freedom Theatre is for sale are only partly true

New $21M project planned for Kensington

New $21M project planned for Kensington

The historic Edwin Forrest house on North Broad is for sale:    The 1853 brownstone next to the New Freedom Theatre wants $3.5 million

The historic Edwin Forrest house on North Broad is for sale:

The 1853 brownstone next to the New Freedom Theatre wants $3.5 million

Restored Fairmount home nabs buyer in one day

Restored Fairmount home nabs buyer in one day

Big home on charming Fitler Square street lists after 25 years

Big home on charming Fitler Square street lists after 25 years

 
More Community-Building in Brewerytown, Starting at $425K

More Community-Building in Brewerytown, Starting at $425K

First-Time Find: Traditionally Modern in Brewerytown for $300K

First-Time Find: Traditionally Modern in Brewerytown for $300K

Trinity Tuesday: Old-World Charm in Fitler Square for $845K

Trinity Tuesday: Old-World Charm in Fitler Square for $845K

Rustic Old City rowhome charms with extra space, asks $459K

Rustic Old City rowhome charms with extra space, asks $459K

Developers seize on Philadelphia where inventory is tight

Developers seize on Philadelphia where inventory is tight

West Mt. Airy Tudor with delightful treehouse asks $850K

West Mt. Airy Tudor with delightful treehouse asks $850K


Developers who focus on Philadelphia’s established and emerging neighborhoods, are finding that this is their moment to seize. In fact, developers are finding they can’t construct new units fast enough to meet demand and as a result prices are on the rise.
— Philadelphia Business Journal