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Good’s Vintage: Philly Furniture with a Story

How do you find furniture that’s built to last? It’s the question that drives homeowners, new and old, to a small shop in the Italian Market, where pieces of furniture mingle with antique jewelry, silverware, knickknacks, and the memorabili...

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Why Stamped Concrete Makes Sense For Your Home

Guest Post by Bill Michaels City dwellers are accustomed to living in the “concrete jungle.” Life can be exciting amidst the many neighborhoods and activities of urban life. The concrete itself is usually pretty boring, though. Philadelp...

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7 Tips for Selling Your Home in the Winter

Guest Post by Suzie Wilson Statistically speaking, the best time of year to sell a house is the first half of May. Many people take this information to mean that this is the only time in which you can sell a house quickly and at a good price...

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End-of-Summer Maintenance for Homeowners

Guest post by Paul Denikin Whether you’re a new homeowner or a seasoned one, you quickly find out that there are never-ending checklists of things to do to keep your home in shape, especially at the end of the summer season. If you live...

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Giving Students a Voice at Andrew Jackson

Post by Erica Minutella Welcome to our new series of interviews with local Philly schools, to give you a behind-the-scenes look into the day-to-day activities of the students, parents, and teachers involved in making a school a second home. ...

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Increased Property Taxes: What Are Your Options?

Post by Christina Briglia We know that many Philadelphians are concerned with the most recent 2018/2019 reassessment of property values. A great majority of properties have significantly increased in value, and homeowners are feeling the burde...

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