5 Easy Downsizing Tips for Empty Nester’s

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While it’s true that many adult children are living under their parents’ roof longer, millions of married baby boomers now find themselves alone in homes where they raised their families. Although the house is no longer filled with the sounds of kids screaming, it is filled with something else – junk. To help empty nesters […]

Top 8 Fall 2014 Travel Trends

Red River Gorge

There’s really no bad time to travel, but in my opinion fall is the best season to get out town for a few days. Here in the Midwest, there are several great spots within a half a day drive including Chicago, Indianapolis, Louisville, West Virginia, and the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. Thinking of planning a little getaway […]

The Most Expensive Neighborhoods for Rental Property

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Here in the Midwest, rents are rising but still pretty reasonable, all things considered. Along the east and west coasts, however, rates are quickly climbing and in some cities completely out of control. Recently, the folks at Apartments.com put together a list of the 14 most expensive neighborhoods in the country based on several factors including the percentage […]

Wow! You Can Rent That?

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The rental market is much like a cage match: Anything goes. Sure, car and apartment rentals aren’t that exciting, but did you know folks today are renting out wedding dresses, designer handbags, and chickens? Crazy, right? But those items are just the tip of the iceberg. Below we’re shared a handful of surprising things you can rent, courtesy of Cameron […]

Rhode Island Perfect Spot for Senior Travel

Where to rent home medical equipment in Providence Rhode Island

Turns out the smallest state in the U.S. is a spot for large amounts of fun for traveling seniors. In an article for Senior Citizen Travel, writer Jim Becker touches on several of the top sites in Rhode Island. Below we’ve provided a brief summary of a few of Becker’s favorites: Watch Hill – Located […]

Rental Property Hits 25 Year High as Homeownership Declines

Millenial College Students

For decades, millions of people chased the American Dream: A good job, a small family, a white picket fence, and a nice home. Today, however, younger generations are running after something entirely different. Saddled with student loan debt and few solid job prospects, many millennials are forgoing homeownership in favor of renting. Aside from the […]

Here’s Why Steamboat Springs, CO is Bike City USA

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A hotbed for outdoor recreation, the state of Colorado has it all: Rivers, mountains, ski slopes, paths, and thousands of miles of bike trails that weave throughout the state. In fact, one city in Colorado has so many options for cyclists that it has been crowned Bike City USA. Located about miles from Denver, Steamboat […]

Get The Most Out of Your Trade Show Experience

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For many small business owners, attending an industry trade show might be one of their biggest expenses of the year. For that reason alone, many pass on the opportunity to network, meet potential customers or learn more about the current marketplace. Thanks to the following tips, these business owners no longer have to choose between […]

How To Winterize Your House This Fall

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Although we’ve had a pretty mild summer here in the Midwest, the current heat wave has almost everyone in this part of the country ready for fall. Before the temperatures drop and cooler weather creeps in, however, it’s a good idea to make sure the exterior of your home is in tip-top shape. To effectively […]

Florida & Maine Among Top Scenic Fall Vacation Spots

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  As The Leaves Begin To Turn, Fall Vacation Destinations Become Popular Now that the kids are back to college, it’s time to take a little fall getaway. After a long summer together, you probably need a few days away to enjoy some peace and quiet and recharge. To help you find the right spot, […]