US Targets Money Laundering in All-cash Home Sales in Miami, Manhattan

Reuters The United States is going after international criminals who use real estate to launder money by ordering title insurance companies to report the identities of people making all-cash purchases of high-end real estate in Miami and Manhattan. The Financial Crimes Enforcement
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Property Assessment Accepts Applications For the Homestead Exemption

The City of Philadelphia announced that the Office of Property Assessment will accept applications for the Homestead Exemption after the September 13th deadline through December 1st. “To ensure that every eligible Philadelphian has the opportunity to apply for the Homestead Exemption and receive this important tax relief, the Office (more...)

People Who Build Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw Stones

Corruption, bribery and exasperation. There seems to be general agreement among specialists that corruption is particularly widespread in post-communist Russia. Not only is it a major distraction, but it seems to be a business. Looking from the inside out… is Russia too corrupt for American business? Enter Glenn Williamson’s Inside Out: (more...)

Pennsylvania Ranks First in NE Region for New Corporate Facilities

Governor Tom Corbett announced today that Site Selection magazine, a publication specializing in the corporate real estate and economic development field, has ranked Pennsylvania as the top state in the northeast region for new corporate facilities in 2013. Pennsylvania has more successful projects than all other eight northeast states combined. For (more...)

House Committee Moves Philadelphia Property Tax Legislation

Three pieces of legislation, which deal with curtailing property abandonment and blight and with ensuring the collection of property taxes at fair rates to taxpayers in Philadelphia, may now be voted by the full House following unanimous passage today by the House Urban Affairs Committee, chaired by state Rep. (more...)

The Number of Foreclosure Filings Tumbled

The Number of Foreclosure Filings Tumbled

The number of February foreclosure filings tumbled in New Jersey by 66 percent from January and by 50 percent from February 2010, greatly exceeding the national dip in filings, according to RealtyTrac. Pennsylvania saw a 16 percent drop in foreclosure filings from January and a 25 percent (more...)

Residential Foreclosure In Philadelphia Region is Down

RealtyTrac, the California firm that tracks foreclosure properties across the country said, that residential foreclosure filings in the Philadelphia region were down. Locally, 1.54% of all housing units were in some stage of foreclosure in 2010, which equaled a total of 36, 774 properties. ecember by 13% from November and almost (more...)

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Tips to Revive Your Real Estate Business Online

The state of the economy has made business difficult for companies in the real estate industry. Although mortgage rates have dropped significantly in the last few months, loan origination and refinancing activity has still not picked up. What can you do to stay afloat in these tough times? (more...)

Condo Boom in Downtown Philadelphia

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