A single family home in the Gold Coast neighborhood.
Thanks to a steady growth market within the city of Chicago, occupancy rates remain high, hovering around 96%! Read More
“I want to be contagious”. With cold season approaching, this is probably not something you hear too many people saying these days; so please allow me to explain. I definitely don’t want to be sick and I certainly don’t want to pass an illness on to my teammates or neighbors, but I would like to provide an attitude/emotion/example that is likely to spread to and affect others. Read More
Brooklyn is hot – even hotter than Manhattan. What used to be known for easy rent, Brooklyn is now becoming a sought-after place to live. Read on to learn why many are saying, “The new place to be when in New York, is Brooklyn.” Read More
Six meetings today, schedule someone to fix the garage door, prepare information for the Board of Directors next week, start looking at colleges for my oldest, try to work in some time for exercise this week, work through my backlog of tasks, work with my team on the 2016 strategic plan and remember I have a dentist appointment on Thursday. This is the list of things, both big and small, that are going through my head at this moment; and I am sure that within a couple of hours my head will be full of a completely different set of ideas, priorities and plans. Read More
View of the Avon River and the Pulteney Bridge in Bath England.
Bath is a beautiful Georgian city. It stands on the River Avon and boasts more than 5,000 buildings of architectural merit along with some of the UK’s most elegant property. Although the city is relatively compact, it has a spacious feel owing to the surrounding countryside and large areas of parkland in the city centre. Read More
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Tagged: architecture, Bath, Bath Rugby Club, colleges, Herschel Museum of Astronomy, history, Jane Austen Centre, schools, service sector, university town, World Heritage site
While schools in Mexico offer many similarities to those in other countries, there are some differences worth noting. Read More
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Tagged: admissions, applications, destination service consultants, duration, expatriates, holiday, holiday breaks, lunch, mexico, private schools, schooling in mexico, start time
Earlier this year, Dwellworks and Healthy Cleveland were introduced to each other at a Cleveland City Council Meeting. During this introduction, both groups expressed an interest in joining together to come up with a project that would have a positive impact on the community we work and live in. Read More
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Tagged: awarded, ceremony, cleveland, committment, community, competition, dedication, impact, School Districts, Wellness, wellness committee
HomeLet’s latest rental price index has revealed that although the UK market is slowing down, it has still recorded an average annual rise of 8.5%. Read More
It might seem a small detail when you place a new work order, but the words “bringing a dog” can have an enormous impact on the success of a home search, particularly in London.
The number of apartments in London whose head-leases allow pets is relatively small, and there are often large price premiums on deposits to secure them. Read More