Philadelphia Real Estate: The Basics
Property data is power. With accurate, detailed data on your side, you can make smart real estate decisions — whether buying, selling, or even investing.
Want to make sure you make the right decisions in the Philadelphia real estate market? We’ve got the Philadelphia property data you need to do it.
The Philadelphia metro market spans over 5,100 square miles and includes cities in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. Some of the more populated cities in the metro include Camden, Wilmington, Trenton, Atlantic City, Hammonton, and Reading. More than 2.7 million residents call the metro home, making it the seventh-most populated market in the entire United States.
|Number of properties||2.4 million|
|Total number of foreclosures*||18,631|
|Overall foreclosure rate||0.75% (1 in every 133 housing units)|
|Median Sales Price||$220,000|
|Average Homeownership Tenure||8.32 years|
|Home Flipping Rate||7.3%|
|Gross Flipping Profit||$100,000|
A Look at Detailed Philadelphia Property Data
Before making any real estate moves, you’ll need a good handle on Philadelphia’s bigger picture. But to make the best moves? You’ll need detailed property-level data, too.
Are you thinking of buying or selling real estate in the Philadelphia area this year? Here’s the property data you’ll want before moving forward:
- Property-level characteristics (size, lot width, interior and exterior amenities, heating and cooling systems, etc.)
- Coordinate and geocode data
- Property tax data and records
- Valuations and assessments
- Sales and owner history
- Foreclosure records
- Deed and recorded transaction data
- Mortgage loan history