Home prices are refreshing affordable. Recent surveys indicate an average home price in Pittsburgh ranging from about $110,000 to $162,000 for a 3 or 4 bedroom, 2-bath home-about 40% below the national average. And, for those looking for fixer-uppers, homes are available for under $100,000 within the city limits and in some outlying areas.
And, most importantly, the area offers a wide selection of choices so you can find your dream home. Grand old houses in the city and surrounding countryside. Contemporary lofts and stylish condos in Downtown. New homes and townhouses in the easy-to-get-to suburbs. Multi-million-dollar mansions in luxurious golf communities. Farmhouses nestled on acres of pristine countryside. The list of choices goes on and on.
Pittsburgh real estate professionals are ready to help you! To find an agent, search the directories of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh and the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors. Also, check out the real estate ads in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh Tribune Review.
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As one of southwestern Pennsylvania's largest real estate companies, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty can help you find Pittsburgh real estate, as well as assist with selling a house, provide expert advice on investing in real estate and offer you the most technologically advanced tools in the industry.
The purpose of the Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh is to provide programs and services which enhance the ability and opportunity of its members to conduct business successfully and ethically, and to promote the preservation of the right to own, transfer and use real property.
A member organization of the 1.3-million member National Association of Realtors, PAR is comprised of residential and commercial realtors who subscribe to a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. PAR seeks to promote homeownership, encourage investment in real estate, protect the right to own and use private property, enable members to transact business to the advantage and protection of the public and members, promote and maintain high standards of conduct, advance civil development and economic growth in the Commonwealth and among its citizens , work for economy and efficiency in government, lend assistance to the PA State Real Estate Commission and the State Board of Certified Real Estate Appraisers in the enforcement of their regulations.
Real estate classifieds on the Post Gazette website.
Real estate classifieds on the TribLive website.
The mission, goal and primary purpose of the Builders Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (BAMP) is to promote home ownership and the improvement of the residential building industry in western Pennsylvania. BAMP is a non-profit trade organization comprised of home builders, light commercial builders and associate members, including suppliers, subcontractors, lenders, manufacturers, utilities, realtors and architects. Originally chartered in 1938, the Association has grown to more than 1,300 members in Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Westmoreland counties.