How Philadelphia Residents Can Confirm Property Tax Assessments
David Wilk, an Assistant Professor of Finance and the Director of Temple University’s Real Estate program, joins FOX 29 to discuss the city’s property assessments and how homeowners can confirm the financial figures.
What to know about today’s competitive housing market
If you’re in the market for a new house, you know how competitive it is right now. David Wilk, the director of the real estate program at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, joins FOX 29 to discuss.
Delaware school in Brown v. Board of Education case to launch diversity and inclusion center
A school building once used to segregate Black students will soon play a new role in educating all students in the areas of diversity, inclusion, and social equity.
What Is a Conventional Loan?
A conventional loan is the most popular type of mortgage in the United States. In fact, conventional loans accounted for roughly 80% of the home loans that closed in August 2021, according to Ellie Mae.
Abandoned Brown v. Board school to reopen next year as a center for diversity and inclusion
A historic Hockessin school that helped end segregation will soon have a new life.
Goodbye, old friend: The fall of Manhattan’s Astor Place Kmart
After 25 years, the Kmart on Astor Place shut its doors last week. If you spent any number of those years in lower Manhattan, you might feel wistful about its closing. If you live anywhere else, you might feel confused.
Big questions about living in condos after the Surfside disaster
After the tragic condo building collapse in Surfside, Florida, condo owners and associations across the country are asking hard questions about the condition of their buildings, and a lot of people are taking a second look at inspections and maintenance reports and worrying ‘could that happen here?’