Category Archives: Real Estate

Property Management, Inc. manages residential apartments, student housing, office spaces, and manufactured homes throughout Central Pennsylvania. If you’re interested in learning more about homes and real estate, check out PMI’s blog posts covering real estate knowledge and information!

New PMI Property: Roth Village

New PMI Managed Property: Roth Village  PMI is excited to announce our newest managed property, Roth Village in Hampden Township! Roth Village is a Low Income Housing Credit property that offers spacious floorplan options, is conveniently located in Mechanicsburg, PA, minutes from dining and shopping options, and provides a full range of amenities. All applicants…

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New Properties Added To The PMI Portfolio

New Properties Added To The PMI Portfolio PMI has added five new properties to our portfolio in the State College area. We are excited to be managing them and look forward to building new resident relationships.   Four of the five communities are exclusive to graduate students and professionals. These communities are Nittany Apartments, Atherton…

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Market Square Plaza Earns EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Certification for Superior Energy Efficiency

Market Square Plaza Earns EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Certification for Superior Energy Efficiency September 4, 2018 Market Square Plaza located at 17 N. Second Street, Harrisburg and managed by Property Management, Inc., has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) ENERGY STAR certification for 2018, which signifies that the building performs in the top 25 percent…

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Renting an Apartment vs. Buying a Home

Moving to a new town or city, finding a better area to live, or getting your first place on your own? Whatever your reason for relocation, looking for a new place to live comes with so many challenges and considerations. What kind of neighborhood will you be living in? How far will you be from…

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The Differences Between City, Suburban, and Rural Living

It’s no secret that cities, suburbs, and the rural countryside all offer very different living experiences. None of these experiences are objectively better or worse than the others, but they’re all very distinct. For example, a city dweller will have easier access to far more culture and entertainment than someone who lives in a rural…

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