Help Save Energy and Reduce Waste with Plastics With These Tips

Technology has transformed every aspect of our lives. We now have electricity to power up our appliances and gadgets, and heating to keep us warm. Additionally, plastics have changed our everyday lives–from food packaging to cell phone casings.   Unfortunately, while progress has put human convenience at the forefront, its effect on the environment was … Read more

A Beginner’s Guide to Real Estate Investing in Philadelphia & the Delaware Valley

Philadelphia is one of the most iconic cities in the US. It is home to a vast array of historical and cultural elements and is the fifth most populous city in the country. The Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed in Pennsylvania’s largest city, and it’s still home to the Liberty Bell. But it’s … Read more

Tracking Time For Freelancers

FreelanceNews Weekly Digest by Daniele Pais on November 06-2021 Tracking time for freelancers are among the major challenges for remote workers from home. Most freelancers own their own blogs or websites, so they have access to a Web calendar that shows when they are logged in and what they have worked on. Some tools, such … Read more

How To Conduct A Safe Home Inspection During Coronavirus Pandemic

Today, businesses and homeowners were shocked by the sudden shutdown and need to urgently adjust their daily activities. Due to the pandemic, restrictions on people entering and leaving their homes have changed multiple times – a challenge for most landlords managing their rental properties. While we might not have landed on a clear order of … Read more

7 Ways to Decorate Your First Apartment on a Budget

Growing up means moving out from your parents’ house and into your own place. If you can’t afford mortgage, you may choose to rent out an apartment first. Although moving out to your first apartment can be exciting, it also comes with the stress of decorating and furnishing.  It’s not easy finding everything you need … Read more

Rental Property Accounting Tips

There are a lot of things to keep track of as a real estate investor such as property maintenance, team management, and client satisfaction. While everything needs to be given proper attention, rental property accounting would probably make it to the top of the list that could be stressful when not thoroughly ironed out.  Needless … Read more

Austin Convention Center expansion could be stymied by petition

A potential threat looms for city plans to expand the Austin Convention Center. A political action committee called Unconventional Austin wants to force a public referendum on the issue. The group announced July 12 it had submitted a petition to the city with more than 30,000 signatures to put an ordinance on the ballot asking … Read more

1776 to open Montgomery County location

Philadelphia-based incubator network 1776 is opening a new location in North Bethesda. The new 15,000-square-foot space at 12358 Parklawn Drive will open this winter at the 100,000-square-foot Greencourt Innovation Center and comes as the company prepares to close its Crystal City location and open a new D.C. outpost near Lafayette Square. The new location and … Read more

Dream Cabins: A modern North Shore retreat for $1.3 million

A three-bedroom, three-bathroom North Shore residence located just 2 miles east on Highway 61 from Gooseberry Falls State Park is on the market for $1.3 million. Built in 1986, 3376 Eagle Lane — roughly halfway between Two Harbors and Silver Bay — is 3,030 square feet of clean-lined modern architecture. It’s situated on a 6-plus-acre lot with … Read more

Redevelopment beginning on apartment complex near downtown library

The first part of a multi-phase redevelopment near the downtown Columbus Metropolitan Library is imminent. Pizzuti Cos. said work will begin “immediately” on plans to redevelop the Grant Oak Apartments at the corner of Grant Avenue and Oak Street downtown, starting with a first phase of interior renovations at four of the westernmost buildings in … Read more

Trade wars cool market for small businesses

The market for small businesses cooled for the third straight quarter during the spring as tariffs from the trade war with China made some sellers and buyers uneasy about making a deal.

Hottest 'Hoods: The places around Portland with the highest home prices

Today’s installment of Hottest ‘Hoods could also be known as priciest precincts. After ranking Portland-area neighborhoods according to sales volume and days on the market, today’s slideshow looks at the places in the metropolitan area with highest median sale prices in second quarter of 2019. More than half of the ZIP codes on the list … Read more

Trump defends Acosta but will look 'closely' at Epstein deal

President Donald Trump says he’ll be looking “very closely” at Labor Secretary Alex Acosta’s handling of a sex trafficking case involving now-jailed billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein. But he also seemed to stand by his Cabinet official, praising Acosta’s performance on the job and saying he felt “very badly” for him.

Renowned architect Philip Freelon (1953-2019) leaves his mark on Atlanta, U.S.

Atlanta leaders expressed sadness over the death on June 9 of North Carolina architect Philip Freelon – who designed the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Freelon, 66, was one of the most admired architects in the country, and he was considered the most significant African-American architect of cultural attractions. He designed the ground-breaking … Read more

Wells Fargo 2Q results beat Street estimates

Wells Fargo reported better-than-expected earnings despite lower interest income in the second quarter, a potential concern for investors with a Fed interest rate cut likely on the horizon. Shares in the consumer banking giant slid in midday trading.

Sprint closes deal to sell Overland Park campus

A deal to sell the 17-building Sprint campus to Wichita-based Occidental Management has closed. The deal comes on the heels of speculation that the U.S. Department of Justice is close to a decision on the Overland Park-based wireless carrier’s $26.5 billion merger with T-Mobile US Inc. (Nasdaq: TMUS). Initially announced in March, the financial terms … Read more

Bulgaria's government to buy 8 new F-16s from US

Bulgaria’s government gave the go-ahead Wednesday for the purchase of eight new F-16 fighters in a bid to replace its aging Soviet-built jets and bring its air force in line with NATO standards.

SKorea's Moon calls for diplomatic solution to trade spat

South Korea’s president said Monday the country is committed to finding a diplomatic solution to a bitter dispute over tightened Japanese control of exports of high-tech materials used by South Korean companies to produce semiconductors and displays.

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