Sunday, 2 November 2014

National Realty Investment Advisors, LLC Brings Monthly News Roundup of Philadelphia Real Estate (October 2014)

Philadelphia’s real estate market is always buzzing with new projects and purchases. To keep home buyers and real estate investors informed, National Realty InvestmentAdvisors, LLC has started the monthly roundup of Philadelphia real estate news.

Below are the most talked-about real estate news and events of October 2014.

Pantzer Properties Buys Sansom for $42m

The New York based real estate firm purchased the apartment complex in Center City by paying a whopping 42 million. Meridian Capital Group helped to close the deal by arranging $31.3 million.


 The property was built two years ago by Pearl Properties. Read completestory 


Price Cut on Elfreth’s Alley Home  

National Realty Investment Advisors, LLC has good news for home buyers who want to live on nation's oldest residential street. Philly.com has reported $70K price cut on one of the three homes for sale on Elfreth’s Alley. Learn more


Frost Development Co. Acquires Property in Northern Liberties

The real estate firm acquired the property by paying $1.58 million and plans to construct a multifamily complex. 10 residencies will be built in place of the old building.



Growing demand of $1m+ homes in Philadelphia
It has been reported that demand of single-family homes with the price tag above $1 million is on the rise. Experts report that baby boomers are driving this demand, and developers can barely keep up. Read more

National Realty Investment Advisors, LLC is contributing to the real estate story of Philadelphia in its own way by giving investors the opportunity to buy rental townhomes at $11,900 plus financing.


Stay tuned with us for monthly news roundup, real estate news, and property investment tips!

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