Page 2 of 4

Your home: Selling in a winter wonderland

Thanks Taylor-made TEAM!! Great post

ed.melton@stevensworldwide.com

MOVE WITH STEVENS

the taylor-made team

snowy house

Even though the temps should approach the 50s this weekend, it may be a great time to tap into the holiday market. Yes, there is a holiday market in the real estate world. It may not have the frenzied feel of Black Friday, but it can still be a great time to get a good value.

Right now in our area, the inventory levels are still showing a seller’s market. However, we have seen the numbers of contracts received on homes decline and those inventory numbers are up from just a few short months ago. On our own listings, we are seeing homes that would have sold day one with multiple offers in the summer now taking a week or so to sell. They are still selling for top dollar, however, buyers are now enjoying a more calm home buying environment where they can make a calculated decision instead of…

View original post 622 more words

9 Apps Entrepreneurs Love That You’ve Probably Never Heard Of | All Business

Dispatches From The Front

Certain apps — from Mailbox to LinkedIn — are a given for entrepreneurs on the go. But with thousands of apps out there, it’s easy to overlook something that could make your life easier or, in some cases, just brighten your day.

With that in mind, we asked nine founders from YEC the following:

Q: What relatively unknown app do you open first thing in the morning to help you start your workday?

1. Slacker Radio

Slacker streams ABC News and is updated every 30 minutes to an hour. I love it; I’ve been using it to listen to news in the morning while getting ready and while walking or taking the bus to the office. NPR One is a new contender, but I still feel Slacker’s stream is more news than audio documentary or interview. – Chuck Reynolds, Levers

Read More.

View original post

Take 5 with Mikel Bresee [GUEST BLOG]

Thanks Mr. Bresee

Take5_MikelBresee

Art can be translated in different ways but still have the same effect on people. Detroit is home to many wonderful artists and neighborhoods deserving of the spotlight. This is why we went to Mike Bresee, director of the community arts partnerships at the College for Creative Studies, to ask him:  How does art benefit the city and neighborhoods of Detroit?  Read full article on VisitDetroit.com.

View original post