We Did It Again!!! Philadelphia Inquirer's Choice: Influencers of Real Estate
Developer of the Year...V2 Properties, Vince Viney
Philadelphia’s skyline isn’t the only thing changing. Meet nine under-the-radar developers who are remaking our neighborhoods in big ways.
V2 Properties is transforming & creating new communities and new beginnings
V2 Properties continues to expand and move up the rankings
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See what sets V2 Properties apart from the competition
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.
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.
The project brings four buildings to the site
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
Have you ever wanted to live in the home of a Super Bowl MVP? Now’s your chance.
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.
Council members are calling for an OPA reform
In New Orleans, architect Jonathan Tate served as his own developer in order to build an experimental multifamily residential infill project.