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Geneva McNamara joined Trader Publishing company in August, 2004 after she received her degree from Old Dominion University in History and Political Science. She has worked within the Search Engine Marketing & Search Engine Optimization departments of several Dominion Enterprise divisions. In 2011, She became the Senior Organic Search Analyst for ForRent.com.

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How to Furnish Your Home on a Budget

January 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Big Home Changes on a Small Budget: Furnishing your home can be quite a project–an expensive one. But you can get big results on a small budget if you know where to look, and use a few DIY tricks. Here’s how to furniture shop without emptying your wallet.   Thrift Decor 1. Thrift Stores [1] […]

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Ways Seattle is Going Green

December 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

In addition to our Three Cities that Are Going Green post, we’re giving you the Seattle information on its own. Enjoy!   Seattle, Washington Environmental consciousness through recycling isn’t just encouraged in Seattle—it’s the law. [1]   Residents: [2] 45.7% of Seattle residents are Eco-conscious and 66.9% are recycling-conscious.   Businesses: Seattle will soon house The Bullitt […]

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Ways Portland is Going Green

December 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

In addition to our Three Cities that Are Going Green post, we’re giving you the Portland information on its own. Enjoy!   Portland, Oregon Portland has consistently been ranked as one of the greenest cities in the United States, most recently by Corporate Knights Magazine of Canada in June, 2012. [1]   Waste: [2] The Bureau of […]

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Ways Chicago is Going Green

December 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

In addition to our Three Cities that Are Going Green post, we’re giving you the Chicago information on its own. Enjoy!   Chicago, Illinois Chicago has been effectively going green since the election of mayor Richard M. Daley in 1989. [2]   Attractions: [1] The windy city houses environmentally-conscious conservatories, museums, planetariums, galleries, zoos, and […]

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ForRent.com & Homes.com Help One Hurricane Victim Family Find a Home

ForRent.com & Homes.com Help One Hurricane Victim Family Find a Home

December 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

    In late October, Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast hard, leaving almost 8 million families throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut without power and thousands without a place to call home. We were inspired by one family in particular and had an opportunity to help support the Correa family of Staten Island. […]

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Creative Money Savers for Newlyweds

December 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Half of first marriages in the U.S. end in divorce[9], and money is the number one reason.[10] Coupon and discounts only go so far, so to face more money (and possibly your marriage) consider getting a little creative.   Have Your Wedding Sponsored[3] A wedding costs $20,000 on average. Why not get creative to save […]

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Three Cities that are Going Green

November 28, 2012 | 1 Comment

Three Cities That Are Going Green   Chicago, Illinois Chicago has been effectively going green since the election of mayor Richard M. Daley in 1989. [2]   Attractions: [1] The windy city houses environmentally-conscious conservatories, museums, planetariums, galleries, zoos, and aquariums.   Transportation: [1] There are 315 miles of bikeways spanning the entirety of Chicago. […]

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City vs. Suburban Living

November 16, 2012 | 1 Comment

City vs. Suburban Living Rent was 6% higher in May 2012 than at the same time last year in the United States. [1] As rent rises, many are looking for cheaper and more affordable housing for themselves and their families. In some areas, it definitely pays off to live outside the city. Omaha, NE vs. […]

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Alone But Not Lonely

October 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Alone But Not Lonely: The Trend of Solitary Living More than ever, Americans are opting to live on their own. But how drastic is the change? Here’s a look at the trend of Americans living alone, with a lot of the insight provided by Eric Klinenberg, author of Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising […]

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Renting ‘Round the U.S.

September 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

Renting ‘Round the US People are constantly moving for one reason or another and it’s hard to know if there’s an apartment or home available in the city they’re moving to. If you’re planning to relocate for your career or simply eyeballing your dream location, it is helpful to know there’s a rentable place with […]

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