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The problems mechanic's liens pose to homebuyers

Homebuyers in the Philadelphia area have a lot to worry about when they are finishing up the purchase of their new residence. Aside from the practicalities of re-locating one's family, there are a lot of financial and legal problems that have to be addressed.

Overview of Historical Commission's rules and processes

A previous post on this blog discussed the controversy surrounding the proposed demolition of an old Philadelphia church. The controversy pits the current owners of the church and the proposed buyer, which wants to demolish the church and build condominiums, against activists who think losing the church will cost the neighborhood a lot of its historic character.

What are industrial development loans and how can they help me?

Seeing the need to promote economic development, such is in parts of the Philadelphia area that could use some economic revitalization, the state has created the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority as a source for government-backed capital that aspiring businesspeople can access to fund their businesses.

Debate over land use at forefront of historic church's future

A historic church in the Bella Vista neighborhood of Philadelphia faces an uncertain fate due to a dispute about whether a developer should be allowed to destroy it in order to make space for some new townhomes that would likely attract new residents, and wealth, to the neighborhood.

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