One of the most basic behaviors we learn as young children is to share. The idea of fairness, offering to give some of what we have, and even simple compromise – benefits all of us throughout life. If we are fortunate to have been diligently educated or even roughly socialized, we still grow to decipher
If you’re thinking of buying or selling a house, you’re at an exciting decision point. And anytime you make a big decision like that, one thing you should always consider is timing. So, what does the rest of the year hold for the housing market? Here’s what experts have to say. The Number of Homes
January harbors the possibilities of a new year and, in turn, possible changes to every citizen’s personal process. A circadian rhythm based on a twelve-month cycle seems to urge us all to simultaneously think: How am I doing? What can I do to improve myself? Voilà! A laundry list of viable resolutions begins to take
Those of us that so choose could always seek out risk to gain reward here in the United States. Our reality is no different than all the cultures that have followed since the invention of six-sided dice in about 3000 BC Mesopotamia. Gaming havens like Las Vegas and Atlantic City once cornered the vice market.
Home values appreciated by about ten percent in 2020, and they’re forecast to appreciate by about five percent this year. This has some voicing concern that we may be in another housing bubble like the one we experienced a little over a decade ago. Here are three reasons why this market is totally different.
I am sure you noticed the sun’s daily path tracing an ever lower and shorter parabola across our day’s sky. We have now passed the recent equinox when the sun shone directly on the equator and equally on both hemispheres. Autumn has arrived in America. With it comes a wave of associated feelings that are