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Del Val Realty & Property Management- Del Val Realty & Property Management ("Del Val") is a FULL SERVICE residential property management company serving Philadelphia and western suburbs. Del Val is the company to call when you are... View full company profile
Real Property Management TriState Area- Residential Property Management for Rental Property Owners and Condo/HOA Communities. View full company profile
Glen Mills, PA 19342
Property Management International of Greater Philadelphia- Owning a residential rental property can be a lucrative investment, but it also carries with it its share of headaches and worries. Finding a skilled Philadelphia residential property manager can... View full company profile
Philadelphia, PA 19136
Krieger Property Management- Krieger Property Management specializes in multifamily, office, and commercial real estate in the Lehigh Valley. View full company profile
Real Property Management Prosperity- Real Property Management Prosperity provides professional, trustworthy property management services, from tenant screening to leasing to maintenance to evictions. Whether you are an investor with... View full company profile
Newtown, PA 18940
McSherry Property Management- With over 60 years experience, McSherry Property Management provides quality service, serving residential and commercial properties throughout the Greater Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery Count... View full company profile
Philadelphia, PA 19152
Northpoint Asset Management- An Inc. 5000 Business! Single Family Homes & Condos & Apartments professional PROPERTY MANAGEMENT company with office locations throughout the United States; providing quality services for over a... View full company profile
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Advanced Realty Solutions- Advanced Realty Solutions is serving the Delaware Valley Real estate market by offering Property Management and Maintenance Services. With more than 40 years of experience our administrative staf... View full company profile
Baldoni Real Estate Management Group- A full service management company that manages small to mid size associations. With backgrounds in Real Estate, Accounting, Project Management and Architecture, we have every aspect of Real Estat... View full company profile
Growth Properties Hospitality Management- We are a professional Hotel, Condo-Hotel and Condominium Association Rental Program management company with more than 30 years of experience with an active, hands on approach to management. View full company profile
Philadelphia Management Companies
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Housing Market Stats
|Median Home Value||$240,700||$156,900||$192,400|
|Owner Costs > 30% Income||15.3%||13.9%||14.7%|
|Gross Rent > 30% Income||18.2%||19%||19.2%|
Philadelphia Housing Market Stats
As of 2008, the rental vacancy rate in Philadelphia stood at 9%, relatively high compared to the rest of the country. There are about 1,618,666 housing units, averaging $240,700 in value, 31% of which are occupied by renters. The rent to price ratio in Philadelphia is 0.4%, slightly lower than the Pennsylvania average. For 18% of Philadelphia tenants, 30% or more of their income goes to paying rent.
|Avg Commute Time (minutes)||28.8||25||25.3|
|Avg Household Size - Owners||2.72||2.57||2.7|
|Avg Household Size - Renters||2.16||2.08||2.42|
|Median Household Income||$57,086||$49,305||$52,175|
|Per Capita Income||$31,279||$27,281||$27,466|
Philadelphia Demographic Info
Philadelphia has a population of 3,882,589, comprised of 1,471,013 households, with on average 3 members per household. Out of approximately 1,967,464 people in the civilian workforce, 1,835,473 (93%) were employed in 2008. 87% of the population 25 and older has earned a high school diploma, with 33% holding a 4 year college degree.
Philadelphia Community Info
Philadelphia is the sixth most populated city in the United States, and is also the largest city in the state of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia is located about 94 miles southwest of New York City, which makes it easy for local residents to drive into the city for some sightseeing or even some Christmas shopping. Philadelphia has a total area of 142.6 square miles, which 135.1 square miles is land and 7.6 square miles is water. The bodies of water in Philadelphia include the Delaware River, Cobbs Creek, Schuylkill River, Wissahickon Creek, and Pennypack Creek. Philadelphia is located along the Fall Line that separates the Piedmont from the Atlantic Coastal Plain.
The neighborhoods of Philadelphia are separated into large sections. The sections are North, Northeast, Northwest, West, South, and southwest. All of the neighborhoods surround the Center City, which the Center City is almost identical to the Philadelphia's boundaries before 1854. Each of the large neighborhoods in Philadelphia contains numerous smaller neighborhoods that are defined by a variety of factors including ethnicity, religion, commercial reason, or culture.
Professional sports are a big part of life in Philadelphia. Philadelphia is one of 13 cities in the United States that has a professional sports team for all four of the major sports. There is the Philadelphia Eagles in the National Football League, the Philadelphia Flyers in the National Hockey League, the Philadelphia 76ers in the National Basketball Association, and finally the Philadelphia Phillies in Major League Baseball. The Golden State Warriors and the Oakland Athletics both began their professional sports team in Philadelphia, but later on moved to Oakland.
The economy in Philadelphia relies on a variety of sectors including tourism, biotechnology, health care, food processing, oil refining, manufacturing, and financial services. According to a study that was done by PricewaterhouseCoopers Philadelphia and its surrounding region had a GDP of $312 billion in 2005, which made it the fourth highest city based on GDP. The University of Pennsylvania, also known as Penn is the city's largest private employer, but they also run the largest teaching hospital in the city, which is part of the reason that health care is so dominant in the city's economy. Tourism also dominates the economy because Philadelphia was the 11th most popular city to visit in the United States, during 2008 the city saw over 710,000 visitors from other countries.