2018 Looks Promising For Purchasing & Refinancing Homes

When the various real estate, mortgage and lending experts gave predictions in regards to mortgage rates before the New Year commenced, they stated quite simply that there would be no shortage of market-moving news come January (i.e., www.themortgagereports.com). As it had been with 2017, the consensus among forecasters was that mortgage rates would continue to rise in 2018; however, not by leaps and bounds.

Sports Stars: Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em, You’ll Definitely Remember Their Names

When it comes to the sports world there are die-hard fans and die-hard haters causing most of the news that’s trending this month. When milestones are reached and goals are achieved and certain names are constantly heard about, those fans and haters come out in droves to be heard.

A Jewel of the Pacific Northwest: Visiting Bellingham, Washington

If you’re looking for the definition of “peaceful,” it is a fact that nowhere in the Pacific Northwest quite meets that criteria better than the amazing city of Bellingham, Washington.

Consumers Jump Aboard as U.S. Boat Sales Look Lively for 2018

For yet another year, the boat sales industry looks as if it is poised for further growth. And with the month of January beginning the busy selling season ahead, boating events and shows are being set up all across the country, making sure that this is one industry that will see no shortage of buyers. In fact, the outlook for new powerboats alone sees the industry

People Look for Serenity and Good Health Through Yoga

In this day and age there are a list of diet plans, diet programs, exercise facilities (that sometimes look like dating locations instead of actual exercise places) in North America. We have also just gone through that one time during the year where you make those “resolutions,” with losing weight and getting healthy still being the number one choice people made this New

Let Your Palate Choose the Vacation

It is that discriminating taste of yours that may just be the best “picker” when it comes to your ideal vacation spot for 2018. After all, it is not just the cool places to visit, or the children’s parks with icons dressed as six-foot happy mice that are out there to choose from. Some cities on the map not only offer fun things to do for tourists – from museums to parks to hiking and biking trails, and more – they also deliver the most memorable, amazing foods you can possibly ask for.

Boat Show Season Commences

For all the boating enthusiasts out there—from those who wish to update their current models to those who have had that dream lingering in the back of their mind for a good, long time now and wish to make their dream come true in 2018—now is the time to head out to the boat shows and events being held across the country to discover the perfect boat that will meet all your personal/recreational or even commercial needs.

Can Alabama Rise to the Challenge?

Even though they have dealt with freezing cold temperatures and a heavy duty winter hit delivered by one, Storm Grayson, Georgians are still happy as can be, waiting as patiently as possible to see their beloved Georgia Bulldogs play in the College Football Championship in their very own home state.

Alabama: This is the Place for Post-Season Quail Hunting

Alabama: This is the Place for Post-Season Quail Hunting From Decatur to Tuscaloosa; from Montgomery to Mobile—Alabama has a list of elite choices when it comes to lodging and quail hunting

The Smartest Cities Will “Look to the Skies” for a Wireless Network

  The Smartest Cities Will “Look to the Skies” for a Wireless Network  By Amy Lignor Creating and building a wireless network designed to provide access for quicker, easier, and cost-efficient service for remote areas is vital, it is also important to note that when it comes to the internet operating in huge cities, all […]

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