Philadelphia Housing Authority to auction 400 properties [MAP] - Technical.ly Philly

Oct. 27, 2011 10:30 am

Philadelphia Housing Authority to auction 400 properties [MAP]

The Philadelphia Housing Authority is, for the first time, holding an auction of properties it doesn’t foresee using. The auction will be held Nov. 16. See a Google Map of the more than 400 Philadelphia properties here. PHA holds the deeds of some 3,300 properties in the city, as the Inquirer reported. The auction is […]

The Philadelphia Housing Authority is, for the first time, holding an auction of properties it doesn’t foresee using. The auction will be held Nov. 16.

See a Google Map of the more than 400 Philadelphia properties here.

PHA holds the deeds of some 3,300 properties in the city, as the Inquirer reported. The auction is being held by the Max Spann Real Estate and Auction Company, the firm that prepared the map. Most of the properties on auction are clustered in North Philadelphia.

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