The State of the Nation’s Small Businesses – Small Business Week 2019

Next week marks the annual National Small Business week that is run by the U.S. Small Business Association. Kicking off May 5th – 11th, the event that has been recognized for more than 50 years will highlight the impact being made to the country’s economy by today’s small business owners, entrepreneurs and other key professionals across all 50 states. Set […]

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California’s Strict Regulations are Deterring New Businesses from the State

California has had a historical pull on establishing success through business growth and expansion in the state. Its key position in terms of national economy has continued to attract both well-established and new organizations to the west coast leader who are looking to tap into commercial success opportunities. It is the location where many of the top businesses we think […]

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Texas Leads the Affordable Rental Market

A new report by rental industry news network, Apartment List was recently released for its 2019 ranking of the country’s most affordable rental markets. Looking at the largest 100 cities in the US, the report aims to target the spectrum of rental rates that span from top market prices to more affordable options. The report based its findings on the […]

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In the Best Places to Live in the US in 2019, Austin Tops the List

In their annual list of the best metro areas in the United States, analyst and online news firm US News has just announced their 2019 findings. Analyzing 125 of the most populous locations in the nation, the firm looked across categories of affordability, desirability, workforce opportunities and overall quality of life. To report their findings, sources of data were collected […]

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The US Reported To Have Outperformed Most Major World Indexes

How does the US rank against other strong countries that are also standing as part of the building blocks for the global economy? Even with fluctuations hitting the nation’s stock market in 2018, the US was reported to have outperformed most major world indexes. With economic performance and corporate profits higher than other developed countries, economic expansion in the United […]

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The New Building Trends in the New York Rental Market That are Reducing Costs & Waste

As more restraints are being put on today’s developers building out the next generation of housing properties, a new wave of property styles are popping up that focus on efficiency of resource consumption and labor. The ability to reduce cost of investment and turn-around time is what most often stands in between a project idea and its actual completion. Thirty-year […]

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What Amazon’s HQ2 Decision Means for New York’s Long Island Housing Market

Partnering in the dual HQ2 decision is the city area of DC, which will share the nearly 50,000 new jobs the investment will bring. The split and resulting decreased infrastructure requirements has not only opened up new areas as feasible options but also enables Amazon the chance to create two thriving markets while also tapping into the resources and talent […]

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National Rental Prices – Where the Opportunity Is for Today’s Renters

Residents of Houston, Texas know what it’s like to endure one of the country’s most severe storms ever recorded. Hurricane Harvey hit the Midwest state in fall 2017 bringing with it severe devastation that has been estimated to have impacted nearly 50% of all homes in the area. A lot of things impact rent: building size, amenities, housing availability, proximity […]

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