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What Does an Architect Really Do?

Are you thinking about going to school to study architecture? Or are you simply interested in the trade? Maybe you’re entertaining the idea of hiring one for your business or home. No matter what your reasoning is, you’ll find that there are a few different explanations as to not only what an architect is, but what they do on a …

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Tips For First Time Homebuyers

Buying your first home can be an overwhelming experience for someone who’s never done it before. It’s an enormous commitment topped with lots of paperwork, time, and a whole lot of risk. By educating yourself on a few home buying tips, you can ensure that you will avoid costly mistakes that will lead to a lot of problems down the …

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5 Things ethics should mean to a real estate agent

Real estate agents are often required to sign, observe and follow a Code of Ethics by various licensing boards as well as the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Some states may even require the agent to have completed a refresher module on ethics, on regularly prescribed basis, to ensure that the codes become a habit for the realtor and they …

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8 Reasons to Transform the Tables into Hot-desking

There is a growing trend in new and developing companies to ditch their desks and desktop computers in favor of “free range” working based on laptops and smartphones. Companies no longer need a fixed location in the office because their employees can laterally work anywhere around the building. The trend is more and more applied in the business environment because …

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Mahogany Hardwood Floors

Mahogany is often desired; both for its beauty and for its luxurious feel –mahogany has a look of elegance and class – and mahogany has been used to make a variety of things, including furniture, cabinets, doors, and have been used for other household purposes. Because of the royal feel that mahogany seems to carry, customers and homeowners prefer to …

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