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In today’s tight labor market, the effects are felt beyond just product availability and pricing. Customer service is also taking a hit, with companies increasingly turning to automation like robots, voice bots, and chat bots to handle inquiries. Navigating automated customer service For consumers, this shift poses challenges in accessing valid information and direct contact […]

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Property records, including real estate records, are public records accessible at the county level. Unlike some other types of documentation, real estate records are open to the public and contain information such as liens, mortgages, deeds, and quit claim deeds. Methods of Searching for Liens There are several ways to search for liens on a […]

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When it comes to real estate, understanding the mineral rights attached to a property deed is crucial. However, it’s not always straightforward. Some properties have mineral rights included, while others may have them split off and owned by somebody else. The Complexity of Mineral Rights You might own a home and the property it sits […]

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Crunching the numbers Let’s delve into why $10 million might just be the figure you need to live comfortably for the rest of your life. It’s not an arbitrary number; it’s a result of some careful calculations. So, let’s break it down. The initial calculation Firstly, why $10 million? That’s a substantial sum, isn’t it? […]

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In real estate, the term “property boundary” refers to the outer edges of a property, defining where your ownership begins and someone else’s ends. Whether it’s a neatly squared lot or an irregular shape, knowing your boundaries is crucial. This not only determines what you own but also dictates where you can build structures. Regulations […]

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Mediators are often referred to as neutrals because they’re not biased toward one side or another. However, it’s natural to wonder how one can be sure that a mediator is truly impartial in dealing with a case. Partiality Towards Success In reality, mediators aren’t entirely impartial. A good mediator is partial to achieving a successful […]

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Over the past few years, a disturbing trend has emerged in the realm of online fraud, with thousands falling victim to scams facilitated by the Zelle platform. Created by major banks such as Wells Fargo and JP Morgan, Zelle was initially intended to streamline money transfers, but its ease of use became a double-edged sword. […]

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Many potential home buyers are hesitant, waiting for prices to decrease to levels they’ve imprinted from the past. They base their expectations on what they saw in previous years, expecting a return to lower prices and interest rates. Imprinting works both ways. However, sellers also have imprints of past market values, which may not align […]

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One of the most significant reasons behind the unavailability of affordable housing lies in the permitting process. Many cities impose strict permitting restrictions, making it challenging, if not impossible, to obtain permits for new housing structures. The fees and regulatory requirements associated with these permits often add substantial costs to the construction process. In some […]

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So, we’ve seen a lot of news stories about how there are problems with students at all grade levels being able to read, do math, or do some other basic things. This isn’t an indictment, a criticism, or a judgment on how that happened, why it happened, or whose fault it is. There’s a place […]

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