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  • Capital City: Harrisburg
  • Bordering states: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, West Virginia
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Pennsylvania - The "Keystone State"

Pennsylvania real estate is characterized by everything from urban landscapes to pastoral swaths, big cities to small towns, lush river valleys to majestic mountains. And the state is saturated with history. No wonder it has also been nicknamed the “Keystone State”!

A combination of dynamic destinations, like bustling Philadelphia and vibrant Allentown, make Pennsylvania real estate some of the most popular, whether buying or renting. The state also boasts a low crime rate, excellent schools, growing job opportunities, and a low cost of living, leading many to invest in Pennsylvania real estate.

The "Pennsylvania Dutch" region, which makes up much of south-central Pennsylvania real estate, is a favorite location among people looking to buy or rent property. Pennsylvania Germans, including the Amish and the Mennonites, have had a major influence on local culture and customs, both around the cities of Lancaster, York, and Harrisburg, and extending northeast to the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton area and up the Susquehanna River Valley.

Like many states, Pennsylvania real estate is divided into counties. You can learn more about the Philadelphia County, Delaware County, Chester County, Montgomery County, Northampton County, Western Berks County, Fulton County, and Bucks County housing markets, including timely statistics about active inventory and the median sales price of area homes, by visiting the The Long & Foster Market Minute® reports.

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Pennsylvania Regions

Philadelphia Real Estate
Most Americans consider Philadelphia as the ‘launching pad’ for our nation. A tour of Independence Hall in Philadelphia’s Olde City section introduces us to the place where the Founding Fathers drafted the Constitution and began the process of going to war for our independence. There are many other museums in the area specializing in U.S. history, including such gems as the Maritime Museum, the Constitution Center, the African-American Cultural and Historical Museum, and the the Mutter Museum. The Mutter features medical oddities including a lifecast of Change and Eng, the famous Siamese Twins. Elfreth’s Alley in Philadelphia is the oldest continuously-occupied neighborhood in the United States. They even host an annual house tour.

The suburbs are full of history, too. The Main Line, derived from the Main Line of the Pennsylvania Railroad, is the name for a series of suburbs to the west which include Haverford and Wayne. Ephrata, Pennsylvania, is the home of the Ephrata Cloisters, a museum housed in the buildings of an old religious community.

The Brandywine Valley offers lots of historic sites, including the battlefield from the Battle of Brandywine, now a park; the Brandywine River Museum, housed on property formerly belonging to the famous artist family, the Wyeths; and Longwood Gardens, one of the largest public gardens in the country.

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Homes in Southern Pennsylvania
Southern Pennsylvania is a fast-growing part of Long & Foster’s business. Many people are choosing to buy homes here, rather than closer to D.C., because of lower home prices. Today Long & Foster operates five sales offices in Southern Pennsylvania, and more are on the way soon.
 
Southern Pennsylvania consists of lovely green, rolling hills, beautiful scenery, and a growing housing market. Cities such as York, Harrisburg, Shrewsbury, Hanover, and Gettysburg are seeing considerable growth. For example, in Gettysburg, new housing developments are being built. Many people now buy homes in the Gettysburg area and commute into Washington, D.C.
 
Southern Pennsylvania has plenty of good roads to get around, as well. I-76, the country’s oldest highway, I-81, and I-83 all run through Southern Pennsylvania.
 
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