Welcome Fall!We've given you some of our favorite local activities below where you can enjoy the crisp fall air with family and friends (and maybe while wearing a sweater with a warm apple cider in your hand!)
Home Price Growth Has Just Showed a Clear Sign it's Reaching its Peak –Here's Proof
We are glad to share some positive news released this week geared towards Buyers in this market. It's been difficult for homebuyers recently, who are being simultaneously squeezed by rising mortgage rates and ever-higher home prices. But at long last, some relief seems to be on the horizon.Home prices are still growing, but they're definitely beginning to slow. Rates took a step back this week going down to the lowest pace since January.
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It's that time of year for Fall scented candles! My favorite local one this year is The Lion's Den Candle Company... smells sooo good! Check out their website or social media of that name. Be sure to give the local artisans some love on their website or by visiting their retail local store!
What to do in Philly this weekend?
Parks on Tap
These community beer gardens pop up all over the city every Wednesday to Sunday through October 2nd. Here are the last two pop-ups of the summer: Matthias Baldwin (Sept. 21–25) and the Schuylkill Banks (Sept. 28–Oct. 2).
Get more info on their website here.
Rittenhouse Square Fine Craft FairOur Fall Fine Craft Fair unfolds in the heart of Philadelphia’s historic Rittenhouse Square. It is a thriving, walkable area of the city, alive with restaurants, offices, high-income residents, businesses, museums, and universities. Rittenhouse Square is a well-known, upscale tourist area convenient to public transportation. These Fine Craft Fairs typically draw more than 150 fine craftsmen from across the country to downtown Philadelphia.