An owner-occupant purchaser can live in one apartment and rent the other unit to help pay the mortgage, or the second unit can be a private, separate home for relatives or friends. You’ll appreciate having your own garage (and also, room to park a car outside without blocking the garage door), and since this is an end-of-row unit, there’s a side walkway from the garage to the front of the house. There’s also a side entry door to a full-height basement with many possible uses, and a separate sunny front heated porch which either apartment can access. The location is only six blocks from the area’s Baltimore Avenue “main street” with shops, restaurants and a trolley line to whisk you… Full description
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The average household income in Philadelphia, PA grew from $39,759 to $46,116 in the past year. This data is an estimate based upon 608,233 households in Philadelphia, PA. The chart below presents how household income is distributed in Philadelphia, PA in comparison to the revenue allocation amid households nationally.
Average range: $800-$1,500
One of the most important aspects for property owners is the amount of property taxes. This graph shows distribution of property taxes in Philadelphia, PA compared to median property taxes around the country. The prevalent amount of property taxes in Philadelphia, PA equals $800-$1,500, which is less than the national average.