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Havertown, PA: Andrew J Mariano, Gay Real Estate Agent
Gay Real Estate Agent in Havertown Real Estate Agent RE/MAX Preferred REALTORS
12 St Albans Circle, Newtown Square, PA, 19073, USA

Office: 1 610 789-0982
Fax: 1 610 789-0983
Mobile: 1 484 433 - 1179

Main Clientele: Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Straight
Specialty: Residential, Multi Family
Region Covered: Philadelphia, Delaware, Montgomery
Years Experience: 17
Accreditation: CDPE, SRES, PA

About the Real Estate Agent

Andy is a full time experienced agent dedicated to get the results you demand.

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Pittsburgh, PA: Steve J Mole, Gay Real Estate Agent
Gay Real Estate Agent in Pittsburgh Real Estate Agent RE/MAX Select Realty
5842 Ellsworth Ave., Pittsburgh, PA, 15232, USA

Office: 1 412 924-1085
Fax: 1 855 253-0912
Mobile: 1 412 956-2348

Main Clientele: Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Straight
Specialty: Craftsman Comtemporary
Region Covered: Metro Pittsbugh, Seven Springs
Years Experience: 10
Accreditation: ABR, GRI, SRES

About the Real Estate Agent

Now an Associate Broker!

License Info: AB 067625

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Pennsylvania borders both Lake Erie on the northwest and the Atlanrtic Ocean via the Delaware Estuary on the southeast, and has 12.7 million residents. It's bounded on the south by the Mason Dixon line, and is bracketed by Philadelphia in the east and Pittsburgh in the west.

Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania, claiming almost half the state's population in the Greater Pensylvannia region. The city's name literally comes from the Greek for Brotherly Love, an apt name for a very gay friendly city - the city has recently begun a marketing campaign to gay and lesbian travelers, welcoming them to visit the birthplace of American Democracy. Philadelphia even has a gay neughborhood, from Chestnut to Pine between 11th and Broad Street.

On the other end of the state, you'll find Pittsburgh, where the American version of Queer as Folk was set (though it was actually shot in Toronto). Pittsburgh is Pennsylvania's second largest city, and its industrial roots have largely given way to a technology and finance-based economy. The city's steel mills have been replaced with new shopping centers, office towers and luxury townhomes. Pittsburgh is also marketing to gay travelers, and has a welcoming small-town feel.

If you're looking for friendly northeastern cities with a decent climate, Pennsylvania might be the place for you.

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Rainbow Crosswalks for Philadelphia Gayborhood?

Mar 29th, 2015

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Bookstore to Return to the Philadelphia Gayborhood

Aug 26th, 2014

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What You Get for $480K

Jul 21st, 2012

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