With a packed house, HAPCO landlords and other attendees gathered to learn about the state of Philadelphia for landlords and simply how to become a better landlords. Greeted by the faces of HAPCO President Harvey Spear and various city officials, they gained information about licensing and inspections, keeping their properties properly zoned, how and why to pay taxes in the city of Philadelphia, how to connect with other entities in order to gain money for development and renovation and why being a member of HAPCO is so important.

As a member of HAPCO, you will be able to engage your city officials and make a difference in your life and those around you in the city of Philadelphia. It is our mission to make sure that you have the best and most accessible information and resources around for your business and for your growth. With that, we are glad to connect with our officials to being you the resources listed below.

Need information on how to pay if you’re in a bind? They have plans for you!

http://www.phila.gov/Revenue/payments/agreements/Pages/default.aspx

Standard Tax Agreement

https://beta.phila.gov/services/payments-assistance-taxes/payment-plans/standard-payment-agreements/

Water Department Resources

http://www.phila.gov/Revenue/waterbills/Pages/rights.aspx

Philadelphia Gas Works Program For Landlords
https://www3.pgworks.com/lcp/register/register.aspx

Wondering how to get funding? We were introduced to the JumpStart Germantown Project. Soon to expand into different areas, this program helps people attain funding and understanding of how to invest in the Germantown, Mt. Airy, sections of Philadelphia.