Monthly Archive:: October 2013

Could Bloomberg’s Proposed Foam Ban Do More Harm than Good?

If approved, New York City would join several other cities and states interested in prohibiting the use of polystyrene by introducing legislation similar to the California Foam Ban. A ban on polystyrene foam would have substantial and negative impacts on businesses. Additionally, it would make little difference to the amount of waste in the environment

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Business Owners Give Back

In some cases, business owners from different organizations may come together for charitable efforts. Or, family members will work together in the name of charity, like the Dart family, which launched the Dart Foundation to aid youth education programs. Currently, Claire, Robert, Ariane and Ken Dart sit on the Foundation’s board

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Mortgages – What’s left of 2013?

While most investors these days are holding tight to their purse strings when it comes to real estate, Mastery Coaching Company FortuneBuilders has never stopped teaching their students how to make money in a soft real estate market. Fortunately for all of us, the real estate outlook is looking better than it was 2 years ago

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University Bed Bug Infestation

The cost to get rid of bed bugs varies from one location to another and depends on the size and scope of an infestation, but it’s advised to seek the help of a professional exterminator or pest control company in such an event, as bed bug problems often require multiple treatments

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Beating the Real Estate Boom

According to the Wall Street Journal home prices have surged so much recently that now officials are beginning to worry about unsustainable home price inflation. While this may sound like bad news for home sellers, it’s great news for real estate investment education companies like FortuneBuilders that help people with extra equity invest in the booming real estate market

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Home Mortgage Loans Explained

Mortgages are the safe and easy way to pay for a home without having to pay for the property all at once. They make home purchasing more convenient and a whole lot smarter. Just borrow the value of a home from a bank, and then pay the loan back over time with interest. This process [&hellip

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