Who is Allan Domb?

The affluent Condo King-turned-At-Large Councilmember was first to resign his seat, and the fifth to announce his bid for Philadelphia Mayor.

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

The Rising Threat to Homeowners

One quarter of all home sales in Philly are to corporate investors, not residents. Drexel’s Metro Finance Director joins the Reinvestment Fund in laying out why that matters — and what can be done to stem the tide

By BRUCE KATZ, BEN PREIS, IRA GOLDSTEIN AND EMILY DOWDALL

Generation Change Philly: The Home Maker

Developer Mo Rushdy made his reputation on high-end luxury homes. Now, he’s turned his considerable talents to creating generational wealth for low- to middle-income Philadelphians

By Courtney DuChene

The Surprising Truth

18 months into the controversial Opportunity Zone tax incentive for distressed neighborhoods, some hopeful lessons...and some remaining questions

By Ross Baird and Bruce Katz

Guest Commentary: Mayor Kenney, Who Are You Going to Fire?

A court ruled that the City illegally taxed property owners nearly $50 million. A good government watchdog wonders who will be held accountable

By Brett Mandel

The Citizen Updates: Stepwise

Formerly FixList, the startup has grown in size and scope while remaining true to its mission: to empower anyone with the real estate know-how to make their deal—and our city—thrive

By Jessica Blatt Press

“We Can’t Waste This Moment”

Finally, a business leader has a plan to bring jobs to Philadelphia. Is anyone going to follow Jerry Sweeney’s lead?

By Larry Platt

The Citizen Updates: The Real Estate Disruptor

Mike Maher’s Houwzer takes on D.C. and practices philanthropy before profitability

By Patrick Bilow