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The Best Opportunities the Trump Administration Brings to Housing
By Gary Acosta
For the first time in history, the United States elected a president without any political or military experience. For some, this means a promising departure from the status quo and the rapidly increasing feelings of disenfranchisement from our political system. For others, a Trump presidency encourages apprehension, as his directives are considerably less predictable than those of a seasoned politician. The actuality of a Trump Administration still prompts more questions than clear policy directives; however, the new president's lifelong career as a builder and real estate investor could provide some fresh prospects for a growing, but fragile, housing industry. ...
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Deadline for RISMedia Power Broker Survey Extended to February 24
The deadline to complete RISMedia’s 29th Annual Power Broker Survey has been extended to this Friday, Feb. 24.  RISMedia's Power Broker Survey, the industry's... READ MORE >
Gaining Repeat Customers and Protecting Your Business
In today's day and age, leveraging technology in your business should be one of your top priorities, and with the variety of services from which to select, you must be an expert... READ MORE >
Housing Affordability Measure Affirms Imbalance between Housing Costs and Wages
A new housing affordability measure, the REALTORS® Affordability Distribution Curve and Score from the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and®, affirms... READ MORE >
Taking the Lead in a Bustling Market
In December 2015, Art Obleton Jr. was finishing up what he hoped to be his last day as a substitute teacher in a Cleveland, Ohio, suburb, with aspirations to become a full-time... READ MORE >

Answer Man: Does Changing the Direction of a Ceiling Fan Really Save You Money?
By Roger Schlueter
(TNS)—Q: They say you're supposed to reverse the direction of ceiling fans in the winter to improve the circulation of warm air, thus helping your furnace's heating efficiency while reducing your utility bill. Most homes have their warm air ducts at floor level.
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