Philadelphia-area home investors see largest returns in U.S. over the past year



Philadelphia-area residential real estate investors saw significantly larger returns than the national average in the last year, a new report shows.



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Rudy Bundini – How One Real Estate Professional Makes Good



In the dynamic world of New York City’s residential real estate market, staying ahead of the curve requires a blend of intuition, analysis, and strategic foresight. Rudy Bundini, a true Renaissance man with a background in mechanical engineering, real estate, modeling, acting, and boxing, exemplifies this multifaceted approach. Leveraging his diverse skill set and educational prowess, Bundini employs a sophisticated predictive methodology that incorporates key factors such as interest rates and the US presidential election to anticipate market trends and empower his clients to make informed decisions with impeccable timing.



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72 Years Ago, Philadelphia Made a Huge Mistake



If you picked up a copy of the Inquirer on November 23, 1952, and turned to page 47, here’s what you would have seen: a […]



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Skaters are stoked that Sweden is bringing back the old LOVE Park



Malmö, the third-largest city in Sweden, is opening a re-creation of the old LOVE Park on Saturday. The skating site was built according to the 1965 Edmund Bacon and Vincent Kling plans with materials salvaged from Philadelphia.



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American's new Copenhagen route out of PHL estimated to have $31.9M local impact, open new business opportunities



The route is projected to support 138 jobs in the city, with earnings from those jobs estimated to be around $7.7 million.



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Volvér, Jose Garces' Kimmel Center restaurant, to close this summer



Chef Jose Garces’ Volvér will close in June after 10 years as the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts’ main dining option. A spokesperson for Ensemble Arts Philly, which owns the Center City entertainment venue, said a replacement restaurant will be revealed in the coming months.



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New Jersey pumps money into repairs for shore towns' boardwalks as summer unofficially begins



Wildwood will receive $8.3 million in 2024 from New Jersey’s boardwalk preservation fund to make repairs to its boardwalk. Among the other Jersey Shore towns receiving money, Atlantic City will get $20 million, North Wildwood will get $10.3 million and Ocean City will receive $4.9 million.



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Viewpoint: Don’t let your company’s bureaucracy stand in the way of success



Sometimes it’s better to ask for forgiveness rather than permission, writes guest columnist Stan Silverman.



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Steve's Prince of Steaks to open Wildwood location in April



Steve’s Prince of Steaks is opening its new location in Wildwood on April 20. The cheesesteak shop at 2701 New Jersey Ave. will be the first store in New Jersey and fourth overall. The business also has two locations in Northeast Philadelphia and one in Langhorne, Bucks County.



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Who is to blame for the current high gas prices?



As Democrats continue to ramp up their push against the oil industry, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and others on Thursday called out Big Oil companies and their executives for high gas prices heading into the heavily traveled Memorial Day weekend.



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