Aragona & Associates’ service-oriented approach to real estate has earned them the reputation as a team that can be trusted and relied upon to help navigate the real estate transaction from start to finish. We strive for 100% client satisfaction and partner with clients to make sure that they have a top-notch experience.

Our team has generations of experience living and working in Philadelphia and its suburbs. We know Philadelphia because we live in Philadelphia! We’re invested in our culture and community and bring that passion to every transaction.

No matter what your real estate needs may be, Aragona & Associates is committed to moving you in the right direction!

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Featured Neigborhoods

Philadelphia’s beautiful, legendary spots 

Old City

Old City

Old City, Philadelphia is a historic neighborhood that played an important role in the city’s founding. The area is home to many of the city’s oldest buildings, including Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Over time, the neighborhood has undergone many changes, but it has always maintained its historic character. Today, Old City is a lively and vibrant area, with shops, restaurants, and art galleries lining its streets. Visitors can explore the neighborhood’s past by taking a walking tour or visiting one of its many museums. Old City is an essential part of Philadelphia’s history and a must-see for any visitor to the city.

Passyunk Square

Passyunk Square

Passyunk Square is a neighborhood in Philadelphia that was created in the 18th century. The name “Passyunk” comes from the Lenape word meaning “land on the river.” The square was originally home to Lenape people, and later became a Dutch settlement. In the 17th century, the area was sold to William Penn and became part of Pennsylvania. The square became an important center of trade and commerce, and grew into a bustling neighborhood. Today, Passyunk Square is known for its spirited art scene, eclectic shops, and delicious food. Visitors to the square can enjoy a wide variety of activities, from exploring historic sites to sampling local cuisine.



Fishtown is a neighborhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a long history dating back to the 18th century. The area was originally settled by fisherman and farmers, and the name “Fishtown” is derived from this period. In the 19th century, Fishtown became industrialized, with factories and shipyards dotting the landscape. The neighborhood declined in the mid-20th century, but has since undergone a resurgence. Today, Fishtown is a popular destination for young people and families, with a vibrant arts and culture scene. While it has changed much over the years, Fishtown still retains its historic character and is an essential part of Philadelphia’s identity.

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Client Testimonials

Hear it from those who we have helped.

Absolutely professional, very nice, and experienced agents. Highly knowledgeable and true experts in the market. Recommended 100%!

– Dustin O.

Matt Aragona is EXTREMELY articulate , knowledgeable and purposeful. His team was cordial, welcoming and easy to work with when we did our recent interview . I highlt recommend doing business with Aragona and Associates based on my experience I’m business and my time with Matt and William. Their culture matters.

– Jay D.

Matt was amazing to work with in buying our first home. He was always available to answer all of our questions and is very passionate about what he does.

-Leslie J.

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