Archive for the ‘Locations’ Category

Timeshares, a Good or Bad Investment?

February 20, 2009 in Locations

Over the years timesharing has built up a negative reputation. The one hour presentation is often deceptive and the “hard-sell” technique leaves you dazed and confused. Not all timeshares share this reputation but, as in any... read full post →

Checking in on New Orleans

February 12, 2009 in Locations

Hurricane Katrina left 80% of New Orleans flooded, with some parts under 15 feet of water. Tens of thousands of homes were left uninhabitable, many of them historic landmarks. Today, a lot of the questions revolve around tearing down or... read full post →

A Tour of The White House

February 10, 2009 in Locations

Home is our daily topic of choice, but there’s one in particular we haven’t discussed – the President’s home. With 132 rooms and 35 bathrooms, it is a residence worth knowing more about. 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has... read full post →

Creating a Home-Like Setting for Your Business

February 06, 2009 in Locations

The concept of living and having a business in the same building is a familiar one, but it seems to be resurging these days. In addition, the interest in utilizing residential properties for housing businesses may be on the rise as well.... read full post →

Top Eco-Cities in the U.S.

February 04, 2009 in Locations

There’s a big difference between a city with a metro area of millions of people and a small city of 100,000 people or so – and that difference makes it both interesting and challenging to answer the question, “Where are the most... read full post →
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