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Boost your immunity before going to Wet Market.

Wet markets sell live poultry, fish, reptiles, and mammals of every kind. Animals may stay from days to weeks. Daily introduction of new animals provides optimum conditions for the development of disease agents such as influenza. Add the daily human contacts (including children) with the live animals, and conditions are optimal for the transfer and … Continue reading Boost your immunity before going to Wet Market.

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Real Estate Market Disruption Coming In the Luxury Home

High-end homes not flying so high But one segment of the housing market is not expected to enjoy such exuberance: the high-end . “We’ve seen a slowdown at the top end of the housing market,” Terrazas said on CNBC. The problem at the high-end isn’t caused by lack of affordability. Quite the opposite. There have never been … Continue reading Real Estate Market Disruption Coming In the Luxury Home

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10 Essential DIY Home Fixes Anyone Can Handle

We spend enough time working throughout our lives, so anytime there are easier ways to fix things around the house (without burning through precious time or money), it should be a no brainer to take a look. Here are nine examples of easy DIYs to improve your home experience. 1. Cleaner: Hydrogen Peroxide bleaches these stains without breaking … Continue reading 10 Essential DIY Home Fixes Anyone Can Handle

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About 30 Percent Of Residential Water Used For Outdoor.

Looking to reduce your utility bills? Energy-efficient landscaping can make your home more comfortable while conserving vital natural resources. Landscape water use accounts for about 30 percent of residential water use. Further, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that about 50 percent of outdoor water is wasted due to over-watering, runoff and evaporation. Besides making … Continue reading About 30 Percent Of Residential Water Used For Outdoor.

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On-Demand Artificial Intelligence Car Service On Public Roads In Frisco, Texas

The City of Frisco, and local partners will launch the first on-demand self-driving transportation service in Texas California-based self-driving car company Drive.ai today announces a pilot program to bring an on-demand self-driving car service to Frisco, Texas beginning in July 2018. Working in cooperation with the Frisco Transportation Management Association (TMA), Drive.ai will offer rides … Continue reading On-Demand Artificial Intelligence Car Service On Public Roads In Frisco, Texas

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The Market Implications of Global Disarray

For our third quarter webinar, we’re pleased to offer a discussion on ‘Theb Market Implications of Global Disarray’ between Vice Chairman Byron Wien and recently hired Investment Strategist Joe Zidle. In their discussion, Byron and Joe discuss their views on global markets for the third quarter, ranging from faster growth, inflation and their take on … Continue reading The Market Implications of Global Disarray

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Remodel Vs Buy on this Terminal Value Market

More Than Half of U.S. Markets Were Overvalued in April 2018 Home prices were up 6.9 percent year-over-year. Markets are defined as overvalued when home prices are 10 percent higher than the long-term, sustainable level in the local market, per CNBC. Even though San Francisco is one of the most expensive markets in the nation, with prices … Continue reading Remodel Vs Buy on this Terminal Value Market

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HAPPY FATHERS’ DAY

Spiritual Father, Birth Father, Wisdom Father Research suggests that there are now three types of fathers. A study looking into the changing roles of modern day fathers reveals that dads are no longer recognized as the primary disciplinarians, and that they tend to belong to one of three categories. Provider Dads Provider Dads take on … Continue reading HAPPY FATHERS’ DAY

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Luxury real estate market trend

Despite the popular assumption that most of Dubai’s real estate stock and transaction volumes are concentrated in the prime/luxury end of the market, this sector represents just 3% of the emirate’s residential transactions in 2017, according to Core Savills’ new report, ‘Global Comparisons – Around the world in prices and yields’. The report says that … Continue reading Luxury real estate market trend

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Don’t Be A Decorating Fool, These 24 Cheat Sheets Are All You Need

Decor is the mood setter for the home. Having the right setup in your house can help you and company feel more relaxed, alive, and welcomed. In a day and age where your home may be the only sanctuary you can find, it’s important to set it up right. Here are some examples of things … Continue reading Don’t Be A Decorating Fool, These 24 Cheat Sheets Are All You Need

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Luxury Home prices Devolution Ratio is in double Digit

Is Luxury Home prices Devolution Ratio is in double Digit ? Will House Prices Fall? In the last housing bubble, home-builders submitted permits for new construction. That was less than 1 million in 1990 during the recession. It gradually rose throughout the 90’s, exceeding 1 million in 1998. It remained at that level until 2002, … Continue reading Luxury Home prices Devolution Ratio is in double Digit

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Multi-millionaire Entertainer, Lives in a Double-Wide

When you think of your average rock star, you probably picture him living in a multi-million dollar mansion, surrounded by luxury items galore. But rather than be bothered with flashy art work, a one-of-a-kind wine cellar, or a pricy infinity pool, Michigan native Kid Rock prefers to keep it real. Real simple, that is. The … Continue reading Multi-millionaire Entertainer, Lives in a Double-Wide

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Tenant Of 17 Years Gets Evicted, Leaves Behind A Lovely Surprise

HOLLYWOOD, FL — Tenants are like a box of chocolates… you never know what you’re gonna get. Apparently, Amanda Lab, a Realtor with Re/Max Advisors, got the world’s biggest Bud Light fan during what was supposed to be a routine eviction. Above is footage taken after the tenant’s attempted “clean up”. “What’s really funny is … Continue reading Tenant Of 17 Years Gets Evicted, Leaves Behind A Lovely Surprise

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Overused Real Estate Terms We Need To Retire

Every industry suffers from it — overused, industry-specific jargon that everybody’s tired of hearing. You know, words and phrases that sounded cool way back when… but they’ve lost their luster. Here are the 25 most overused terms used in the real estate industry, as nominated by fellow agents. 1. “Will not last” Credit: Nancy Judovits … Continue reading Overused Real Estate Terms We Need To Retire

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14 Things Real Estate Agents Actually Want For Christmas

1. For telemarketers promising “high quality leads” to lose my number already. via GIPHY 2. For clients and prospects to stop no-showing for appointments. I hate getting stood up for showings on rainy days when I could be tucked away @ home in my onesie. #realtorproblems pic.twitter.com/VnvjTZi6yt — Ashley Smith (@Ashley_Realtor) March 15, 2014 3. … Continue reading 14 Things Real Estate Agents Actually Want For Christmas

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What In The World Do Groundhogs And Real Estate Have In Common?

Do you believe whether a groundhog sees its shadow or not is a true indication of when Spring will come? A lot of people aren’t even sure, which means we’re going to have more winter. But even if you do, it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. If it’s sunny, and he sees his … Continue reading What In The World Do Groundhogs And Real Estate Have In Common?

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The Lifespan of 20 Essential Household Items

Has your air conditioner ever failed on a hot summer day? It’s a struggle no homeowner wants to deal with. When you own a home it’s important to budget annually for repairs that might be needed and anticipate when things might need to be replaced. If you take care of your home, your appliances and … Continue reading The Lifespan of 20 Essential Household Items

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Appreciation slowing to 3.7 percent in 2019 and to 2.7 percent by 2021

In the dozen years prior to the onset of the housing boom and bust (1987-1999), home values grew at an average annual pace of 3.6 percent. If the recession and housing bust had never happened and home values had continued to grow at that same, steady pace year-after-year, the median U.S. home would have been … Continue reading Appreciation slowing to 3.7 percent in 2019 and to 2.7 percent by 2021

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Thinking About Remodeling for Joy

Thinking of remodeling to enjoy? Bathroom Renovation Top reason for doing the project: to upgrade worn-out, surfaces, finishes, and materials – 49 percent. Second most common reason: to modernize – 16 percent. Most important result: better function and livability – 39 percent. Sixty-two percent said they have a greater desire to be home since completing … Continue reading Thinking About Remodeling for Joy

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