In case you didn’t realize it, your taxes are due today. And with that welcome to the middle of April where showers are slowly turning to those thoughts of summer. While you busily gather those deductions and W9′s here are some real estate headlines to start your week:
On December 19, 2011 Forbes announced 30 people under 30 years old, in twelve varying industries who are making a difference right now in their respective fields. They are the innovative young minds shaping the future of business in the world. Two Coldwell Banker agents, Danny Hertzberg (@DannyHertzberg), Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, Miami and [...]
As I noted last week, everyone loves top 10 lists, and ForbesWoman recently ranked the best cities for working mothers. While I obviously don’t fall into that category, I know it is relevant for many of you.
To calculate the ranking, Forbes started with the 50 largest cities and looked at a variety of factors, such as income for women, unemployment rates, the cost of living, healthcare, the quality of schools, childcare, crime and parks.
Forbes.com recently ranked the most livable cities based on the last five years of income growth, current unemployment rates and cost of living, crime rates and arts and culture ratings, using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Moody’s Economy.com, the FBI Crime Report and Sperling’s Best Places.