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The team at Guhde Flooring America weighs in on the most frequently asked customer questions

Since 1957, three generations of the Guhde Family have kept the passion alive at Guhde Flooring America, working with folks to make their dream homes a reality. Each day the family and staff make connections with countless customers to exchange ideas and design beautiful things. So, we thought it would be insightful to ask those on the...

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Here’s how The Incorvaia Team at Keller Williams Realty consistently sells more homes in the area

As the son of esteemed real estate professionals, Mike and Sylvia Incorvaia, Mike Incorvaia Jr. literally grew up in the business. And it was to no one’s surprise that he pursued his license in 2006, joining his parents to form The Incorvaia Team. Since then, they have put up some impressive numbers, which just keep skyrocketing. In 2018...

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Detoxing in a toxic world

The liver has a pretty demanding job. Performing over 500 functions, the liver supports every other organ in the body and is responsible for processing everything consumed including food, alcohol, and medications. And according to a 2018 report by the Centers for Disease Control, the liver’s job may be getting harder. In March 2018, the CDC...

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Here's why the pre-approved buyer trumps all

The time is right. You’re either finally going to dump that apartment and buy your first home, bump up to a bigger place to accommodate a growing family, or downsize to fit your lifestyle after the kids have moved on. But before you start cruising the homes for sale, you might want to think about getting pre-approved for a home loan. We...

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Are you on Medicare and still working?

If you’re still working but have reached the age of 65, does it make better sense to stay on your employer-sponsored health plan or make the move to Medicare? Yes, no, and maybe. See, it all depends on what your individual circumstances are. Most people think that because they’re still in the working world, they should remain on...

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