Seasons Change, Even In Real Estate

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Offered by: Scott & Lora Nordby – Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Even as the seasons change weather patterns, we also see shifts in real estate trends. The winter months (particularly during the holiday season) tend to bring less listing and buying activity. After the new year begins, we see a predictable increase in the number of… Read more »

Some Things to Know About Hearing

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS – Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center You hear with your brain, not your ears. Your ears a part of a system that takes acoustic or sound energy and transforms it and transports it to the brain to be processed. Hearing loss and dementia are strongly correlated. The negative… Read more »

Why Working With A Real Estate Professional Is The Best Decision You’ll Ever Make

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Offered by: Dan Cochran – The Haven Team, Keller Williams Most people don’t buy a home every day – it’s a once-or-twice-a-decade activity for many of us as opposed to a day-in-day-out activity. So when you start getting serious about buying, whether it’s your first home or your fourth, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed pretty… Read more »

Healing From The Inside Out

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Offered by: Shelly George – Evolve Ortho-Bionomy® Sometimes it’s hard to be human. The daily stress of life choices can take a toll on our bodies and our minds. There isn’t a human being that doesn’t feel the effects of the world that we live in. Our world is a stressful place. When we miss… Read more »

Keep Your Head In The Game: Avoiding Mental Errors When You Invest

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Offered by: Magi McEntire, LPL Financial Advisor – Worth Wealth Management In the sports world, a mental error can cost your team the big game. When you are investing, a mental error can put your retirement portfolio at risk. Mistakes often result from letting misconceptions and emotions affect your decisions. Successful investing generally requires logic… Read more »