V2 Properties has taken the lead on yet another previously untouched street in Philadelphia and as is always the case, other developers have followed. Now, it’s difficult to navigate this street, either walking or driving as there is so much new construction underway!
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The V2 approach typically entails buying a number of non-contiguous properties in an underserved section of the city and producing a market for new homes on those properties by creating a pocket of development.
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Mortgage rates continue to fall which isn’t exactly breaking news, but it is GOOD NEWS.
The median length of time from “Just Listed” to “Sold” has shrunk to two weeks, the lowest it’s been in recent memory.
Philly is not the only HOT real estate market in the area, another one of our primary areas for development is Ocean City and that market is doing extremely well also!
August real estate market results across the country look good and Philadelphia is leading the way – once again!
There is still a high demand for mortgages as rates continue to drop.
After a bitter battle, it looks like twin steeples at a historic church in Fishtown are coming down.
Over the last half-century, the hopscotch board of empty lots along Delaware Avenue in Northern Liberties has come to feel like a permanent feature of the Philadelphia landscape
2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, but especially for those who found themselves sheltering in place in a too-tiny home, or stuck in a city that completely shut down due to COVID-19.
As more and more people want to escape the big cities amid COVID-19, and many are working remotely, that dream home in Ocean City has become a tangible reality.
It may be the lazy days of summer, but it feels like spring in the housing market — and not a moment too soon — as median home prices are surging.
After plunging to nearly the lowest level in its history in April, an index measuring consumer sentiment in the housing market bounced back significantly in June. Renters were especially optimistic about homebuying.
Not only might the COVID-19 pandemic lead to the demise of the open floor plan, it may also cause many of us to look at new-construction homes with high-tech amenities with renewed interest.
The real estate market is making a very strong recovery. The number of people applying mortgage applications is up and this is great news for the entire industry!
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Social distancing orders are being loosened across the country, and it seems homebuyers are taking full advantage.
As some states reopen from the nationwide coronavirus shutdown and open houses reemerge, buyers are coming back to the housing market much faster than expected.
Homebuilders want to turn buyers on to new-home construction, and they’re willing to sweeten the pot to do so.
While the spring market would typically be in full force right now, coronavirus has put a temporary halt to most real estate activity.
Mortgage rates largely remained unchanged over the past week, but their ups and downs since the beginning of the year have created challenges for those looking to get a loan to buy a home.
If you’re in the market to buy or sell a home in the midst of the coronavirus crisis, there’s no reason to sit on the sidelines, several local agents say.
In its early years, staging was occasionally used in vacant and hard-to-sell homes. Nowadays, more listings are staged than ever
City Councilmember Bobby Henon sponsored a resolution last year calling for 800 more inspectors in Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections, a “ridiculous” figure by his own admission.
Traditional real estate practices have become a tough tightrope to walk in the age of the new coronavirus as agents try to balance job responsibilities with common-sense measures to protect buyers and sellers, and even themselves.
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Mortgage rates continued their downward slide this week, hitting their lowest point in three years.
United Parcel Service will invest at least $1.4 billion in a Pennsylvania expansion that is expected to bring 1,700 new full-time jobs to the state, officials said Wednesday.
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Mortgage rates dropped to a 13-week low as we entered 2020, but despite the increase in demand it might cause, a huge jump in sales probably isn’t on the horizon.
Well, Philadelphia, the real estate market had quite the year in 2019.
Concerns ease over a U.S. recession
A humming economy and a halt to Federal Reserve interest rate hikes
The 10-year tax abatement has been one of the most hotly debated policies in Philly for years now, and at least one incoming member of the Philadelphia City Council campaigned on repealing it.
There is a plethora of smart-home products on the market, and often the biggest obstacle for homeowners looking into this technology is deciding where to begin.
Looking to buy land to build your dream home? Land is the most simple asset class in real estate — after all, it is simply dirt.
Market conditions are set up perfectly for investing rental properties. The time to act is now!
When we acquire properties in the city, an important consideration is how close the property is to public transportation.
The past few months we have included several articles regarding the booming multi-family market in Philadelphia, now investors from around the country are taking notice.
As a renters’ revolt caused New York politicians to rewrite the rules for landlords, many investors threatened to take their business elsewhere.
There has been a shift over the past few months in the real estate market from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market. That’s great news for V2 Properties, we beat the competition by offering a superior product at a very fair price!
Perfect timing. The fall real estate selling season is upon us and mortgage rates are looking good!
There are more and more multifamily projects popping up all over the city.
In a recent survey conducted by Deloitte, 97% of global investors expressed their intention to increase investments in real estate within the coming 18 months.
Falling mortgage rates and strong employment drove consumer confidence in housing to a record high in July, according to a monthly index from Fannie Mae. At the same time, bidding wars eased thanks to lower demand in some of the hottest markets.
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The year has so far been a promising one for would-be home buyers.
During the foreclosure crisis nearly a decade ago, investors plowed into the housing market, buying millions of distressed homes and turning some of them into lucrative rentals.
The share of investor purchases of U.S. homes have climbed to an all-time high, a sign that rising home prices have done little to dampen demand for flipping homes or turning them into single-family rentals.
The nation’s homebuilders are reporting a rebound in sales, and that’s making them more optimistic about the housing market. Builder confidence in the newly built, si
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There has been a lot of new development across the City of Philadelphia in recent years, one of the areas targeted now for change is a very a very high profile area known as jewelers row.
The fastest-growing co-living company is coming to one of Philadelphia's hottest development spots.
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