Philadelphia Foreclosure Listings

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Foreclosure Homes:

ELLA ST Philadelphia - PA
Foreclosure - 11 photos

Ella St
$73,000

3 BD, 1 BH
#28788323
Foreclosed Home

W ALLEGHENY AVE Philadelphia - PA
Pre-foreclosure - 5 photos

W Allegheny Ave
$54,200 (EMV)

3 BD, 1 BH
#28927338

N 17TH ST Philadelphia - PA
Foreclosure - 12 photos

N 17th St
$159,900

3 BD, 2 BH
#29064356
Foreclosed Home

N 21ST ST Philadelphia - PA
Pre-foreclosure - 8 photos

N 21st St
$124,600 (EMV)

3 BD, 1 BH
#29043978

E CORNWALL ST Philadelphia - PA
Foreclosure - 1 photo

E Cornwall St
$29,900

2 BD, 1 BH
#28827425
Foreclosed Home

GILBERT ST Philadelphia - PA
Foreclosure - 11 photos

Gilbert St
$95,700

3 BD, 1 BH
#28822394
Foreclosed Home

N 16TH ST Philadelphia - PA
Foreclosure - 8 photos

N 16th St
$75,000

3 BD, 2 BH
#28579635
Foreclosed Home

GRANSBACK ST Philadelphia - PA
Pre-foreclosure - 11 photos

Gransback St
$47,000 (EMV)

3 BD, 1 BH
#29132041

N YEWDALL ST # 2 Philadelphia - PA
Foreclosure - 6 photos

N Yewdall St # 2
$60,000

2 BD, 2 BH
#28571353
Foreclosed Home

MARGARET ST Philadelphia - PA
Pre-foreclosure - 1 photo

Margaret St
$71,300 (EMV)

3 BD, 1 BH
#29356447

Philadelphia Real Estate Facts and Amenities

The home of the Philly cheese steak has about 9,287 foreclosure properties within its jurisdiction.

September 2013 witnessed a 4% decrease in its number of foreclosure filings from the previous month. There was an overall 5% decrease from the previous year, 2012.

Home sales decreased by 5% from the previous year, as recorded in August 2013. A non-distressed property was recorded to have a median sales price of $131,000 and the median selling price for a distressed property was $43,250. Non-distressed homes, during this past year, were 67% lower than sales of non-foreclosed properties.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania can be found within the Mid-Atlantic region and is the fifth largest city within the entire country. Also called "Philly", this city is very old and dates back to the 17th century, when it was founded by William Penn. Philadelphia's economy is also quite varied and it has its own stock exchange, many different colleges, pharmaceutical companies and its railroad station employs people in many different sectors, such as retail. Philadelphia has many historical things to see, particularly in its Old Town section, and it has many bars because it is a really big college town.