Real Estate

In the uncertain real estate market, it's nice to know that Pittsburgh is stable.

Whether you're looking for a downtown apartment or an old victorian in the suburbs, you'll rest easy knowing that Pittsburgh has the lowest risk housing market. With the excellent transportation and health care system, seniors will love to call Pittsburgh home, too. Affordability and excellence-two of the reasons why Pittsburgh Real Estate is tops!

Exciting Neighborhoods

Drive through the Fort Pitt Tunnels, and see a stunning view of Pittsburgh unfold before you. Our three rivers—Monongahela, Allegheny, and Ohio—meeting at the Golden Triangle where Point State Park's Fountain shoots water 200 feet in the air. The bridges lining up one after the other. Downtown buildings towering above new stadiums and riverfront parks.

And weaving along the rivers, up the hills, and around the city you'll find, what some say, are Pittsburgh's finest features—our neighborhoods. Walkable urban communities featuring "Main Streets" and surrounded by Victorian houses, fashionable lofts and new town homes. Suburban areas with charming old homes and new residential developments. And, of course, the countryside with small towns and rural locales.

External Neighborhood Resources

Allegheny County Information

Interactive maps of all of Allegheny County's municipalities, with essential demographic, real estate, and tax structure information for each.

Pittsburgh City Living

Detailed information on many of Pittsburgh's 90 unique and ethnically distinctive neighborhoods.

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Community Profiles

Find information about the various communities that make up Pittsburgh and current listings in each community.

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