Pittsburgh, the City of Bridges, is often described as affordable, and a great place to live. But lately, inflation has settled into Pittsburgh’s real estate. Home prices have risen. Rents have gone up. And so has just about everything else.
Now, Pittsburgh is tapping $15 million in American Rescue Plan funds to help first-time buyers reach their goals, through an initiative called OwnPGH. As of the time of this writing, no start date has been set. But informational sessions are open for reservations.
Here’s what interested present and future Pittsburgh residents should anticipate as OwnPGH gets under way this year.Continue reading “Pittsburgh Is Rolling Out OwnPGH to Help People Buy—and Keep—Houses and Condos”