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Neighbors sue Pennsylvania town over dilapidated building

A residential real estate dispute is unfolding in a Pennsylvania town, and Philadelphia residents with blight concerns may be interested. The residents of a Sunbury home have sued the city over what they say is a dilapidated property that the city took through eminent domain. The falling-down property is actually connected to the plaintiffs' home.

Renting or buying: Which is less expensive in Philadelphia?

If you're like most people, purchasing a home is one of the biggest decisions you'll make in your life -- right up there with getting married or having children. The risks are significant, and potential homebuyers in Philadelphia would be wise to do their research and cover their legal bases before purchasing a house or a condominium.

Residents in North Philadelphia speak out against gentrification

In terms of real estate, Philadelphia is currently going through major changes. As parts of the city gentrify, often the seeds of dispute are sewn by the new supplanting the old, and by economic forces flexing their muscles. Citizens on either side of a dispute should be aware of the goings-on at planning meetings and zoning hearings.

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