No longer are homebuyers purchasing homes they plan on retiring in, meaning movement is certain in the real estate market, according to a real estate industry survey.
A recent survey of home buyers by Fulton Research & Consulting, Inc., showed that more than half of homeowners plan to move when they retire, meaning real estate executives can look to more market inventory.
“When you combine a high intent to move with the very large number of Baby Boomers in or approaching their retirement years, it means increased interest in active adult housing,” says Dan Fulton, president of Fulton Research.Read More at Industry Articles >>
Offices can be tricky environments for professionals to coexist in. Offices are often confined spaces that act as echo chambers; most people hear most things and information can get distorted quite quickly. Professionals are also required to be civil, even amicable with one another regardless of personality differences to promote smooth productivity. Sometimes this necessary civility can make it difficult for coworkers to critique disruptive behavior. On the flipside, the open and friendly atmosphere of most offices can encourage troublemakers to think ‘anything goes.’ Here’s a list of the top ten behaviors you should never be guilty of at work.Read more at Career Corner >>
Since the 2008 recession, many companies have reorganized to ensure maximum efficiency with a minimum of positions. Between the strain of tough economic times and the extra demands at work, many professionals today risk burnout. ‘Burnout’ is the colloquial term for a kind of pervasive, chronic exhaustion and apathy that is born of overwork but spreads to every aspect of life.
Burnout starts as too much stress, and the same steps to mitigate stress can prevent burnout. In any given day there seem to be hundreds of causes of stress, yet one of the major causes of stress is lack of control. Shipping delays, lengthy bureaucratic processes, scheduling errors, consumer behavior, the stock market, the weather, and other erratic forces beyond anyone’s control that yet may impact productivity can be a huge source of stress. The trick is to ‘make peace’ with what you can’t control and regiment what you can control. If you exercise discipline and due diligence over what you can control, you’ll be better able to ‘roll with the punches.’Read more at Management Matters >>
Executive Search Firm Reaction Search International has placed Jeffrey Grayson as Intrawests CIO. The search was conducted by Robert Boroff, a Managing Director at Reaction Search International.Read More RSI Press Releases >>
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