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    On the Radar

    Fire Safety During the Holiday Season

    House on fire

    A U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) statistics revealed that cases of fire in the country have significantly decreased over the years. But even as the cases of fire have decreased, the risk still exists as many people often do not realize they are in doing something risky. However, you need to be vigilant always to keep […]

    On the Radar

    3 Ways to Know How Much Living Space Your Family Needs

    Nationally, the average household size in the Philippines is 4.6 people per household, according to the latest data from geographic information system ArcGIS. Condominiums and apartments in the metro today, however, rarely have enough space for a typical family of four, let alone for extended family. So, if you’re in the market for a new home, […]

    Inside Business

    Inventory Damage: How it Affects SMBs

    Entrepreneurs work hard to maintain the highest standards consumers expect from their products. At some point, you may likely deal with consumer complaints because your products failed to satisfy them. Inventory damage is inevitable to small businesses in the merchandising industry in Utah, but there are things you can do to reduce it. Act now […]

    Inside Business

    Looking to Open a Franchise? Here’s What You Need to Know

    If you have been dreaming of venturing into a new business, then buying a franchise is a good way to go. There are many benefits of purchasing a franchise instead of building a business from scratch. For instance, you need not much advertising as the franchisor has already done most of that for you. Plus, […]

    Inside Business

    Why You Should Always Monitor Competitor Prices

    How do you know if your business competitive or not? Other than making sure you have the right products and understanding what customers are looking for, you should also make sure your price is right. Here are some reasons why. Customers shop by price Customers would sort items by price, more often than not. This […]

    Inside Business

    Signs That a Landscaping Franchise Is Perfect for You

    A recent report by CNBC revealed the top five industries that offer starting entrepreneurs a promising future. Home and building maintenance ranks 5th, following healthcare, marijuana, e-commerce, and tech consulting. The report added that the industry saw a 13% increase in their sales in 2016 because of the relatively low upfront rate. Apart from the […]

    Inside Business

    What The Developer Name Brings to a Project

    Since the 1970s, home buyers have depended on name developers who have track records in building subdivisions and condominiums. Nowadays, with the proliferation of different land development projects, there is a need to know the companies behind the projects. There is a need for identifying and classifying real estate developers in the country. One recommendation […]

    Market Watch

    Spoiled for Mortgage Options: Why Stepping Back is Necessary

    You may think it’s a case of “the more the merrier” when it comes to having mortgage options, but that’s not always true. It can get overwhelming when you are given a big menu in an unfamiliar restaurant, right? The same is true if you have more than a handful of mortgage companies to consider, […]

    On the Radar

    Not Your Typical Pest: Bed Bug Infestations Decrease the Quality of Living, Too

    A bed bug

    Bed bugs do more than making a person itch. The cost of beg bugs can progress from one-off sleepless nights to possible homelessness. Hams Peeler, a 23-year-old renter, had to move to a different apartment because of a bed bug infestation in his old one. That wasn’t the end of his troubles, though. After discovering […]

    Global Trends

    Despite Irma, Tourism in Florida Grows to Almost 90M Visitors

    Florida’s tourism industry weathered the impact of Hurricane Irma, as it posted the biggest growth of visitors for the period between January and September, according to Visit Florida. The state’s tourism bureau said that 88.2 million people went to the Sunshine State for the first nine months of 2017, up 3.3% year over year. The […]