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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: 14
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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Hawley, PA: Lauren Bianco, Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent
Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent in Hawley Real Estate Agent Weichert Realtors/Paupack Group
2415 Route 6, Hawley, PA, 18428, USA

Office: 1 570 815-9008
Toll Free: 1 800 440-8070
Fax: 1 570 226-8245
Mobile: 1 570 815-9008

Main Clientele: Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Straight
Specialty: Single family, condos
Region Covered: Lake Ariel, Greentown, Lackawaxen
Years Experience: 5
Accreditation: N/A

About the Real Estate Agent

My commitment as a real estate professional is to represent, support and educate every customer I work with.

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Philadelphia, PA: Paul Fontaine, Gay Real Estate Agent
Gay Real Estate Agent in Philadelphia Real Estate Agent Prudential Fox & Roach
530 Walnut St, Ste 260, Philadelphia, PA, 19106, USA

Office: 1 215-627-6005
Fax: 1 215 874-4834
Mobile: 1 215 917-2276

Main Clientele: Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Straight
Specialty: Homes, Condos
Region Covered: Philadelphia
Years Experience: 8
Accreditation: N/A

About the Real Estate Agent

Hardest working Real Estate Agent in Philadelphia (gay or straight!)

About the Area

City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection...

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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: 9
Accreditation: ABR, GRI, SRES

About the Real Estate Agent

Now an Associate Broker!

License Info: AB 067625

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Are Gayborhoods Going Straight? Posted On Jul 28th, 2014

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Talk at March 28th'x TEDx Conference to Focus on Philadelphia's Gayborhood

Mar 23rd, 2014

TEDx Philadelphia is one of the hottest tickets in town for city enthusiasts eager for fresh and creative ideas about how to return our urban home to its past glories. TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to "Ideas Worth Spreading," and it started as a four-day conference in California nearly 30 years ago. TEDx is a local, self-organized manifestation of... read_more

USA, Pennsylvania: Philly's Gayborhood Gets Affordable Senior Housing

Feb 27th, 2014

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held today to celebrate the opening of the John C. Anderson Apartments, a pioneering LGBT-friendly, low-income senior housing apartment complex. The apartments - named for John C. Anderson, a Philadelphia City Council member from 1979 until his death in 1983, instrumental in the passage of Philadelphia's civil rights bill for sexual minority individuals - broke ground... read_more

Is Gentrification in Pennsylvania's Gayborhood Forcing Out Independent Businesses?

Feb 3rd, 2014

Uhuru, the used-furniture store at Spruce at Camac streets, is moving after nearly two decades in its spot. If you've just bought furniture there, you may remember it for how incredibly crammed it is with furniture, which is nearly always stacked up in Jenga towers almost to the ceiling. It's different from many thrift stores in more than that, though: Uhuru... read_more

New Affordable Housing for LGBT Seniors Opens in Philadelphia

Jan 15th, 2014

Jerry Zeft was so excited to move into his new apartment that he slept on an air mattress for nearly a week while he waited for his bed and other belongings to catch up with him. No matter that he's 70 years old. Zeft had landed a coveted spot in a new affordable housing complex for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender... read_more

The Advocate's 15th Gayest City for 2014: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Jan 6th, 2014

Pittsburgh's women's colleges, Chatham University and Carlow University, give the city a two-point boost, but it's got queer history too: Andy Warhol, Gertrude Stein, and Willa Cather all called this place home. The arts scene is flourishing, with the Warhol Museum (Warhol.org), the Mattress Factory contemporary art museum (Mattress.org), and a vigorous theater scene that includes the Pride Theater Festival... read_more

The Human Rights Campaign Scores US Cities for LGBT Equality

Nov 21st, 2013

From coast to coast, U.S. cities are demonstrating a commitment to treating LGBT Americans with dignity and respect by passing laws and implementing policies that treat all people equally. That's according to a new report by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the educational arm of the HRC. The 2013 Municipal Equality Index (MEI) is the second edition of the only rating... read_more

Is Philadelphia's Gayborhood a Victim of Its Own Success?

Sep 17th, 2013

When Heshie Zinman moved to Center City in 1979, the gay bars had no windows, and it would be decades before they did. Center City then still functioned like a cheap refuge: It was dirty, not entirely safe, a catchment of the city's red-light activity and its more frenetic culture, and it caught those who found their environments unlivable. The unlivable... read_more

Guide to Philly's Gayborhood

Aug 12th, 2013

Philadelphia was founded on the principles of freedom and equality, and that is evidenced by the city's rich gay culture. In fact, Philadelphia was the site of some of the nation's first gay rights protests in the 1960's. The city even coined the phrase, "Get your history straight and your nightlife gay" to attract LGBT tourists. Philadelphia's "Gayborhood" is located near... read_more

Discovering Gay and Lesbian Pittsburgh

Oct 18th, 2012

Pittsburgh is known as The Steel City - but it also has an emerging arts scene and DIY culture. It is an incredibly affordable place to live and has been hailed as the "new Portland" although some are angling for it to be the next Hollywood. It's one of those in-between cities that is so characteristic of the Mid-Atlantic region.... read_more

What You Get for $480K

Jul 21st, 2012

WHAT: A one-bedroom house with one bath HOW MUCH: $475,000 SIZE: 2,200 square feet PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT: $215.90 SETTING: This house is on 20 rolling acres of pasture bordering a large ranch and several vacant parcels of land. The fenced property has a view of the Tobacco Root Mountains in the northern Rockies, and from elevated points, Ennis Lake and Gallatin National Forest... read_more

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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.

At Gay Realty Network, we know from experience how important having gay or gay friendly real estate agent can be, especially when it's time to make an offer and fill out a contract. Having an agent that knows the difference between having joint tenancy or holding a property as tenants in common, who understands gay/lesbian families and our own unique real estate needs and challenges, and who can help you find the gay friendly neighborhoods in your area where you and your friends and family will feel comfortable is invaluable.