May is the busiest month for home sales and in this market with low inventory, buyers should jump with a reasonable offer if they find the right home.
Three projects with different developers will bring more luxury housing-- and more changes-- to the popular neighborhood.
Listed at $469K, this home's rental income from the third floor means "it can be purchased by someone more comfortable with a list price of $369K."
With its strategic location and very favorable zoning, is this large building the new "front door" for Robotics Row?
The goal is to find a way to build new, single-family homes that are affordable to someone with a moderate income.
“The borough is a walkable, bikeable and boatable community and people are missing a great opportunity if they are not looking at Millvale."
Beautiful renovations that are move-in ready are selling quickly, often over the list price, as buyers are moving to Pittsburgh for jobs in tech, eds or meds.
Urban farms, increasing in popularity, preserve green space in cities and provide access to fresh food.
In a welcoming city filled with people who love living here, "Pittsburgh" is the only adjective you need to sell newcomers.
Inventory is low and buyers are choosy, real estate agents say. If you're selling, make your property marketable with "wow" factors.