A Neighborhood Guide to Luxury Living in Philadelphia

Philadelphia, although a large city, is comprised of many small neighborhoods, each defining its own sense of the word luxury. In the 136 square mile city, there are literally dozens of different neighborhoods, each having a unique personality and ambiance. And several of these neighborhoods have distinguished themselves as having many luxurious offerings in the way of housing and amenities in the Philadelphia area. Continue reading

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Guide to Living in Center City Philadelphia

In the middle of Philadelphia, Center City is the heartbeat of the City of Brotherly Love. Whether you are looking for restaurants, shops, public art and performances, or nightlife, Center City offers the best of what you are craving in an urban setting. Center City offers a thriving business district, multiple diverse neighborhoods, and a multitude of opportunities for residents of all interests. Continue reading

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A Story of Immigration – Bella Vista and the Italian Market

For over a century, the neighborhood of Bella Vista and its hub, the Italian Market, has been a story of immigration and the American dream. Italian for “beautiful sight”, the neighborhood began settling Italian immigrants in the late 1800’s. When an Italian immigrant by the name of Antonio Palumbo opened a boarding house for other Italian immigrants in 1884, popularity sprang from a blossoming new Italian community. Small businesses and shops opened to take care of the demand for food and goods. As waves of new immigrants would find familiarity in the neighborhood’s embrace, food stalls opened, offering fresh meats, cheeses, and produce, keeping their Italian heritage alive. Continue reading

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Old City, Philadelphia – Where the Past Meets the Present

As history books tell us, in the early 17th century, European settlers arrived in the Delaware River Valley, King Charles handed over some of his early holdings to William Penn and the rest, you may say, is history. Now, Old City, Philadelphia has been revitalized and attracts over three million visitors a year. Life along the river has changed over the past few hundred years, but those early times are still evident along Old City’s side streets. Continue reading

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3 Tips for a Higher Home Appraisal

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It may seem that homebuyers and sellers don’t agree on much, but they share one important concern: that the transaction is successful. This comradery is never more evident than during the appraisal process. It’s only natural, since the results of the appraisal can send the deal spiraling out of control. Continue reading

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