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September 4, 2014

Where To Buy Your Next Home

If you’re in the market to buy a home, you will want to check out this list of the fifteen best cities to buy a home.  The Great Recession did a number on our housing market, but things are slowly making a comeback.  The experts at Shea Homes have compiled a list of the top places you should be looking for your next home.

Places like Chicago and Baltimore are obvious because they have such great amenities.  Chicago boasts Navy Pier and the Museum of Science and Industry, while Baltimore boasts the Inner Harbor area with the National Aquarium.  Seattle is less obvious because the median home price is $440,000, but it is home to several of America’s top corporations as well as [...]

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September 3, 2014

Your Rights As A Renter

As we all know, renters face background and credit checks sight unseen by strangers that may or may not have credibility themselves. A group of Chicago real estate professionals seeks to change that and so they started the national apartment review site helps renters simplify the process of picking a place to reside by allowing them to look up the proposed landlord’s ratings by former tenants before signing a lease. This is great news for landlords that have a stellar record of maintaining their properties. This is also great news for tenants that have had issues with their landlords because it gives them an easy way to report a landlord for not [...]

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August 28, 2014

5 Need to Know Things Before You Get Your MBA

Whether you’re stalled in your career, looking for more career flexibility, or simply want a bigger pay check, getting a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) is a plausible next step for you. However, before charging off to the classroom it’s important to sit down and really think about what you want to get out of the program.

Here are five things to consider before getting your MBA.

1. Will it Expand Your Comfort Zone?

One of the biggest benefits of a good MBA program is that it gives students the opportunity to become more generalist. While stretching some long unused mental muscles might feel intimidating at first, having a range of skills is one of [...]

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July 31, 2014

Tiny Living [Infographic]

Living in a tiny house is starting to become the trendy thing to do.  You spend less on buying, maintaining, heating, and cooling, and you have less room to accumulate years worth of useless junk.  You can learn to maximize your utilization of space in order to significantly decrease your carbon footprint, which is important since the trend seems to be living one person to a dwelling.  Learn how attention to design and decoration can help you reduce the size of your dwelling as well as your personal impact on the environment from this infographic.  You may find you don’t need to move into a larger house after all!

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