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Published: Thu, 29 Sep 2016 01:47:14 GMT


Built to last: The story of a home, and of a family
I'll acknowledge that over the last 10 years homeownership has been painful for many Americans. So painful, in fact, that many of those who could easily afford to own houses are renting, instead.

The Westview brings housing and new retail to Mt. Airy
Every day after school when he was growing up in Mount Airy, Jared E. Pontz spent the afternoon until closing time with his mother, Leslie, at her Germantown Avenue art studio.

This Parkside may be sleepy, but homes are moving
There are at least three places called Parkside in the Philadelphia region. The first two are well-known neighborhoods: one in West Philadelphia; the other in Camden. No. 3 is the Delaware County community that is the subject of today's foray into the real estate market.

In search of replacement aluminum siding
Maybe you can help this reader from Greensboro, N.C., who writes: "My house has aluminum siding. I am in the midst of a remodel and am in need of some replacement aluminium siding.

Developer is pleased with Keswick Commons' residential/retail rebirth
'You've got to have one of these," Steven Balin said as he opened the door to Lily of the Valley Cupcakery and Cafe in Glenside.