A new report from the real estate firm Houwzer aims to dissuade politicians from cutting the 10-year property-tax abatement on new construction.
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The Federal Reserve increased a key interest rate again Wednesday, which will trigger higher rates on credit cards, home equity lines and other kinds of borrowing.
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Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections has been pushing for legislative reforms to change how the city regulates group living facilities.
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Herman Parodi threw himself on the floor, calling on the Council to appropriate more money.
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David Oh’s anti-squatting legislation has finally advanced out of committee, after nine months of relentless advocacy from the Republican at-large City Council member.
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Demonstrators rally for City Council support on a bill to uphold tenant rights
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NewsWorks Tonight's Dave Heller spoke with Peter Moskowitz, author of "How to Kill a City: Gentrification, Inequality, and the Fight for the Neighborhood."
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Governor's budget plan proposes taking $59 million from the fund for housing-related programs.
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The Chaparros are one of 50 Puerto Rican evacuee families in Philadelphia finally able to settle into a long-term home, thanks to the work of local organizers.
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Licenses and Inspections Commissioner Dave Perri wants to radically rewrite Philadelphia’s zoning code to make room for smaller, more inexpensive housing units.
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