editor November 16, 2017

The Boston Real Estate Market is on fire! According to:  NECN – This may not be surprising to most New Englanders, but Boston’s real estate market is pretty unaffordable for many. However, a new affordability survey has found that Boston’s real estate market is the seventh most unaffordable in North America. Researchers with Point 2 Homes analyzed […]

editor October 8, 2017

  Hurricane Nate — which is threatening to bring a life-threatening storm surge to the Gulf Coast — made landfall near the mouth of the Mississippi River on the southeastern Louisiana coast Saturday evening. Concerns about the strong Category 1 storm prompted officials in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida to declare states of emergency, order […]

editor August 22, 2017

Wilmington Real Estate Broker Breaking New Ground Buddy Blake, a twenty year veteran of real estate in the Wilmington NC area, is expanding his marketing by utilizing some of the most cutting edge real estate technology available. Buddy Blake is a real estate team under the RE/MAX Essential brand.  Buddy’s team consists of multiple real […]

editor August 18, 2017

Shark lovers and haters alike have finally emerged from their homes as the 2017 Shark Week on Discovery Channel has sadly, come to the end.  They teased us with Episode 1 “Sharktacular 2017” on July 07, 2017, forty-one minutes of television utopia.  One more tease a week later, then  July 23, 2017  began the week […]

editor August 16, 2017

NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Venice fishing guide Ron Price is a huge fan of redfish, speckled trout, flounder and black drum. What he doesn’t care for, however, is a federal agency he equates with bottom-feeding hardhead catfish — the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In the awful months following the passage of Hurricane Katrina in […]

editor August 16, 2017

By Fernando Ramirez, Chron.com / Houston Chronicle Schools across Texas recently earned bragging rights. On Tuesday, the Texas Education Agency released a list of the best performing campuses in the state for the 2017 school year. Each year, the TEA compiles a list of schools that aced the agency’s “accountability ratings,” or school report card. […]

editor August 16, 2017

Economy: In just the past week or so, we’ve had a nuclear showdown with North Korea, a trade spat with China, an investigation of the president’s campaign for possible collusion with the Russians, a riot in Charlottesville, Va., that revealed a widening political split among Americans, and growing left-wing rage directed at a sitting American […]

editor August 16, 2017

The real estate industry is challenging and ever-changing at best.  With this in mind, it is important for all real-estate agents to stay in touch with the latest industry developments and trends. In fact, continuing education – at a real estate school – is truly the best way for agents to stay employable and marketable. […]

editor August 16, 2017

Should you feel good or bad about drinking a glass of wine a day? For years, moderate drinking was linked to a slew of health benefits, including a lowered risk of developing heart disease and longer life expectancy. But more recently, these connections have been called into question. A 2016 meta-analysis of 87 long-term studies on alcohol […]