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Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton Area New Castle Area
Altoona Area New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island Area
Bloomsburg-Berwick Area Oil City Area
Bradford Area Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington Area
Chambersburg Area Pittsburgh Area
DuBois Area Pottsville Area
East Stroudsburg Area Reading Area
Erie Area Sayre Area
Gettysburg Area Scranton--Wilkes-Barre Area
Harrisburg-Carlisle Area Selinsgrove Area
Huntingdon Area Somerset Area
Indiana Area St. Marys Area
Johnstown Area State College Area
Lancaster Area Sunbury Area
Lebanon Area Warren Area
Lewisburg Area Williamsport Area
Lewistown Area York-Hanover Area
Lock Haven Area Youngstown-Warren-Boardman Area
Meadville Area  

Affordable home prices! This state's median home price is $165,000, a substantial $15,000 less than the national average. If you check out Pennsylvania home listings around Philadelphia and suburbs like Drexel Hill and Darby, you'll find that the price dips even lower to about $142,000.

Athletics abound! Sports fans enjoy living in Pennsylvania for a few reasons. Among them are the football games played by the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles. If you like baseball, you'll like watching the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Philadelphia Phillies, while basketball fans can watch the Philadelphia 76ers.

Plenty of amusement parks! You'll never be bored in this state due to the sheer number of amusement parks to check out. Hersheypark has 70 rides, including 12 roller coasters. If you're prepared to make a splash, go to Idlewild to get on all 16 of its water rides -- or its 25 other types of rides.

Historic attractions! This state has old battlefields and memorials galore, so come explore history. You'll find Dobbin House Tavern in Gettysburg, built in 1776, and Bachmann Publick House in Easton, constructed in 1753. Of course, you can also visit the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to get a look at where the Declaration of Independence was signed.

Amazing museums! Whether you're interested in art or history, you'll find a museum here to suit you. Start with the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which is one of the biggest art museums in the U.S. You can also take a trip to Scranton's Houdini Museum or any one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.

Lots of homeowners! If your plan is to buy a home in Pennsylvania, you'll like the fact that about 70% of residents have done the same. You can find great real estate in big cities like Pittsburgh to the west or smaller areas like Allentown to the east.

National forests and state parks! This state has plenty of greenery and is home to Allegheny National Forest, Tioga State Forest and Sproul State Forest, to name a few. It also features more than 100 state parks, including Bald Eagle State Park and Blue Knob State Park.

Skiing, boating and more! If you want to ski or snowboard down some huge slopes, check out Liberty Mountain in the winter. During the rest of the year, head to Curwensville Lake or Little Pine Lake for some boating and sightseeing on the water.

About Home Listings Finder helps home buyers get access to listings in the , Pennsylvania area. For both home buyers and home sellers, the challenge is how to find access to the MLS Listings for each local market. The MLS is not one MLS system, but hundreds of MLS systems, each specific to a local market. Access to MLS systems in many areas is only available through a local real estate broker or agent. HomeListingsFinder is an index of local MLS systems, where we find where you can get access to MLS listings in each local market. Often these are sponsored by a local broker or agent, and we direct you to their site or connect you with them to give you access to listings.

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