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Krystal Perkins has 339 articles published.

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How David Buck Serves as an Example of Sustainable Apple Farming

David Buck is an experienced apple farmer in Oregon. He is deeply committed to sustainable farming, using the principles he learned as a Horticulture student at Oregon State University. He purchased his first orchard after graduation and used his new degree to introduce innovations in his work. With a few years of boots on the… Keep Reading

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Chenoa Fund And The American Housing Crisis

The US is experiencing a unique kind of a building boom that has led to a housing shortage and consequently an affordability crisis. Statistics released by the National Apartment Association (NAA) indicate that the US needs over 4.5 million new housing units by 2030 to satisfy demand. The situation has forced US cities and towns… Keep Reading

Rusty Tweed
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Robert Tweed Details How to Evaluate a Potential Property to Flip

While the house flipping market is not as robust as it was in years past, flipping houses is still a good way to make money for those who know what to look for. Flipping entails buying a disadvantaged property, making the necessary renovations, and then reselling the home quickly at a profit. Evaluating a property… Keep Reading

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Shawn Grzybowski’s Daily Life as a Logistics Officer

Logistics officers are important parts of any company’s success. Logistics functions include import and export, customer engagement, and transportation, among other types of work. Logistics professionals are in high demand among many industries, making logistics a solid career choice for any young person who is looking for their niche in the business world. Shawn Grzybowski,… Keep Reading

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Essential Tips for Young Entrepreneurs from Anthony Helton

With more than 25 million Americans starting or continuing to operate a business, entrepreneurship efforts are at an all-time high. More importantly, the average age of somebody who starts a successful business venture is gradually decreasing. Although there are innumerable benefits to young businessmen and women entering the workforce, there are also a few downsides.… Keep Reading

Colin Reilly-Castor
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Colin Reilly’s Tips for First-Time Home Buyers

Buying your first home can be an intimidating process. A home purchase is the largest financial transaction that most people will experience in their lives, so it is understandable that it may be overwhelming. Colin Reilly, the President of Townsend Kane, offers his top 8 things that new homeowners must know to be successful in… Keep Reading

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Jennifer Walling’s TOP FOUR Cryptocurrencies

After the serious fall in Bitcoin prices in 2018, many technology investors are left wondering about the future of blockchain-based currencies. Despite Bitcoin’s market volatility, technology investors continue to be optimistic about the future of the blockchain technology itself. Bitcoin is not the only cryptocurrency available to investors. Ethereum, Ripple, and Litecoin are also becoming… Keep Reading

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Certified Matchmaker Shawn Alderton’s Recommended Valentine’s Day Gifts and Dates

Valentine’s Day is an exciting time. New couples can explore their feelings for each other, while established couples can celebrate all that makes their relationships unique. Deciding on the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day can be stressful. Founder of Affluent Amore Matchmakers, Shawn Alderton, offers these suggestions for thoughtful gifts and date ideas, moving… Keep Reading

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