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Swatara Township has witnessed an explosion in commercial growth, especially over the last decade; and along with periodic zoning changes and an uptick in the economy, it's again becoming a target for development.Read More »
A C-Town Supermarket officially opened today in York, becoming the first traditional supermarket in the central part of the city in the past few years, officials said.Read More »
Executives looking to sell their homes face tough competition in the current real estate market according to area real estate agents.
Based on statistics provided by area realty groups, there is a two- to three-year supply of high-end homes on the market. In this buyer's market, the data show sellers can anticipate a three- to eight-month turnaround time for luxury homes.
Let's bottom-line this thing: For the housing market to recover (i.e. get to a place where supply and demand are balanced or favoring demand) a lot of things are going to have to happen. To the people working on real estate street, there appear to be more hurdles than ever before to get there.Read More »
The York County housing market continues its tumble as midyear numbers released Monday show an 18 percent decrease from 2010.Read More »
The Carlisle Pike is still one of the hottest real estate corridors in the area, despite some pullouts that might seem to indicate otherwise.
Driving along the pike, the casual observer might wonder where some of the businesses have gone. On investigation, however, it becomes clear that this stretch of road is still a vibrant and desirable location, somewhat impervious to the negative impact of the recession compared with other real estate markets.
Pottstown, Montgomery County-based Traffic Planning and Design Inc. relocated its Central Pennsylvania office to the Campus Square Building on North Third Street in Midtown Harrisburg, the transportation engineering firm announced June 29.Read More »
No one is looking to skirt regulations created to stave off another financial collapse like that of 2008; however, many business groups and individuals have made several strong arguments against new rules trickling out of the Dodd-Frank legislation.Read More »