In the 1920s, high wage-earning automotive workers either built or bought their own single-family homes, a stark contrast from New York’s apartment homes and Philadelphia’s closely-spaced row houses. Many of the city’s homes today are in a state of urban decay. Our buy-to-rehabilitate strategy is aimed at giving properties a new lease of life so they can serve as homes for singletons and renters.
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