Pennsylvanians will soon see some financial relief with their property taxes and rent.
Back in April, I wrote about the serious problem of landlord-tenant officers in Pennsylvania, who have extraordinary power with very little training.
Here in Pennsylvania, home prices increased slightly by 0.01 percent compared to last year, with a median selling price of $278,700.
Pennsylvania’s Property Tax and Rent Rebate program provides financial breathing room for hundreds of thousands of older and disabled residents to pay their bills and stay in their homes, lawmakers and advocates told the House Finance Committee on Monday.
In Pennsylvania, the average house price was $244,500 in February which is roughly a $5,000 decrease from January and on par with prices a year ago.
A Pennsylvania senator has announced plans for a series of proposals to increase housing accessibility and make finding affordable housing easier by removing some barriers to renters and low-income homeowners in Pennsylvania.
If you are buying a home, or you currently own one, then you do think about it — a lot.
Housing costs, including rental prices, are on the path to stabilizing but evidence of this won’t show up in inflation measures anytime soon, economists say.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has opened up millions of dollars in funding for groups serving unhoused people in rural areas — an unprecedented move by the agency, say housing advocates.