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Whether your dream home is an old farmhouse on a few acres ... or a funky urban loft with exposed brick walls ... a clinker brick Storybook Tudor ... a Painted Lady Victorian ... Mid-Century Modern ... brand new construction in a gated community ...

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Pittsburgh is home to some of the most genuinely friendly people on the planet!  And they all share one important trait ... A great love and pride for their own neighborhood.

If you take a moment to virtually explore our various communities, you'll soon find out why Pittsburghers love what they love.  And in the process, you might just find yourself a wee bit smitten as well!

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Your monthly mortgage payment depends on how much money you borrow and the interest rate on your loan.  But other costs like property taxes and homeowner's insurance are also included.

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People don’t buy “houses”. They buy the setting where their family memories will take place. They buy the neighborhood kids their own kids will play with and remember forever. They buy the neighbors who will become their dearest friends. I try to remember this each and every time I sell someone a “house”.

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Pittsburgh City Councilwoman, Natalia Rudiak

01/16/2014 - Pittsburgh Considers Open Records

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak announced a proposal to make a wealth of information -- from the location of potholes, to building permits, to paving schedules -- available to the public on a new city website and for consumption by the tech community who could transform the data into useful apps.

"We want to blow the doors of this building open to provide information," Mr. Peduto said.

The legislation puts the onus on the city to proacti ...Read More






01/15/2014 - Pittsburgh Considers Land Bank

Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Deb Gross is proposing legislation that would the create a Land Bank for the city of Pittsburgh, a mechanism that could streamline the process of redeveloping tax-delinquent land, parcels that are often the blighted eyesores of communities. Ms Gross wants public input on many of the program's details.

Land Banks are quasi-governmental entities created by counties or municipalities to effectively manage and repurpose an inventory of underuse ...Read More






12/20/2012 - Fountain At The Point Ready In June

The fountain in Downtown's Point State Park, which has been shut off for repairs since April 2009, will resume operation in a ceremony set for June 7. The dedication ceremony, titled "Riverlights At The Point", will be free and open to the public and will take place on the first night of the Three Rivers Arts Festival.

When it returns to operation, the fountain will have a disappearing edge water feature inside the basin, a restored outer basin ring, new pumping equipment and ne ...Read More





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