The fifth largest city in the United States, Philadelphia is home to a diverse population from around the world. Whether you’ve spent a lifetime in Pennsylvania – or you are thinking about relocating, our team of real estate experts can help you with buying or selling your home. From a recent college graduate to a retiring empty-nester, Philadelphia offers a thriving downtown, comfortable suburbs and ideal location, just 90 minutes from New York City and Washington DC.
With a strong historic and cultural scene, Delaware County and its boroughs are a hot part of town. Densely populated, Delaware County offers historic homes, easy access to public transportation, close to New York City and a highly-rated theater. With highly ranked schools, public and private golf courses and an ideal location – close to the train, highway 476 and Center City – it’s no wonder Delaware County is attracting so much interest.
Downtown Philadelphia features a number of boroughs including Callowhill, Old City, Penn’s Landing and Penn Center, each offering unique attributes to the thousands of residents that find home there. While some parts of downtown are more desirable than others, the area features Historic homes with impressive renovations, outstanding public transportation, a strong emphasis on culture and quick access to the numerous colleges and universities located downtown. Drexel, University of Pennsylvania, Temple and the academic hospital, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center mean many medical professionals and academia find their homes in the center of Philadelphia.
Featuring several neighbors such as King of Prussia, Ardmore, Haverford and Villanova, it only makes sense that the third richest county in America is also home to one of the largest malls in the US, Montgomery Mall. This part of Philadelphia boats great schools and high-end shopping. Economic stability in employment and housing growth causes Montgomery to rank above most other U.S. counties. A suburban county, northwest of Philadelphia, one can find everything from farmland, to row houses to new construction homes here.
Home to our office in Wayne, Radnor, Media, Glen Mills and Newtown Square, this is one of the fastest growing counties in the U.S. Within Chester County, the town of Westchester is highly desirable, with its historic boroughs, universities, restaurants, shops and easy access to public transportation. Housing options for a variety of tastes can be found here – from historic homes to condos or townhomes and new construction. Offering walkable communities and quick access to public transportation, it’s no wonder Chester County is growing at such a rapid rate.
Located Northeast of Philadelphia, Bucks County is one of the three original colonies founded by William Penn. The population in Montgomery County, Bucks County and other rural areas are less dense compared to other counties in Philadelphia. Since the land was primarily farmland, many new developments are popping up throughout the county. People that commute to New York City have found their home in Bucks County due to the low property taxes and easy access to the train. Within Bucks County, Doylestown and New Hope and Lahaska offer older communities in rural settings and river access. Quakertown is a popular tourist destination, bringing many people to its well-known farmer’s market.