Month: September 2017

Looking Back at the Housing Outlook for 2017: What It Means for 2018

Driven by the country’s improving economy, rising income, and a tighter market, 2017 was a good year for the housing market. To make 2018 a profitable year, make sure you and your Miller & Steiert, P.C. real estate lawyer from Denver take advantage of these expert predictions: Lower housing stock

The Effect of Building Ventilation on Employee Performance and Health

People refer to the outdoor air supply to a building as ventilation. They differ significantly for every building and within specific areas of these buildings over time. The general notion, according to maintenance specialist M&E Maintenance Solutions Ltd, is that the higher the ventilation rate of a building, the better.

FHFA Extends HARP until Dec. 31, 2018

Those who plan to apply for a Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) home loan should benefit from the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s (FHFA) extension of the program. The government agency added 15 months to HARP’s lifespan that will make it valid until Dec. 31, 2018. HARP is set to expire

Does the State of Your Hair Reflect the State of Your Life?

Many speculated that the Duchess of Cambridge had been changing her hairstyle on purpose to draw suspicion away from her pregnancy – at least before the Palace made an official announcement that she was expecting a third child. This event led to others looking into her past hairstyles and pregnancy