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Iloop, do Uloop?

Iloop, do Uloop?

July 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

College is full of surprises and things to keep track of.  It can all get overwhelming quickly.  Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a place that could do it all for you?  Well guess what, there is! Uloop.com is a website designed just for college students, and boy is it useful!   Remember that […]

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Picking Your First Roommate (In College)

Picking Your First Roommate (In College)

June 27, 2012 | 3 Comments

You’ve gotten those acceptance letters, you’ve graduated, and you’ve decided where you want to go.  Totally prepared for college now right?  What about that living situation?  Probably a freshman’s biggest fear is having that “monster roommate.”  Not to fear, there are ways to avoid this! 1.  Find a person who is the same amount of […]

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I Do It Too

I Do It Too

April 19, 2010 | 0 Comments

Ever go on Twitter and look at the top trending topics? If so, you may have seen this hashtag appear #iDoit2. It speaks to various ideas, actions or thoughts that you may do and that others may do as well. You tweet the item you’d like to mention and encourage others to retweet if they […]

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A Renter’s Decision

A Renter’s Decision

April 17, 2009 | 0 Comments

With the housing market in a slump and apartment rates increasing, it’s easy to be hesitant about which to choose: Rent or Buy.  More and more apartment residents are thinking of ‘taking the plunge’ so to speak. In fact, very close friends of mine even went as far as speaking with a realtor and looking […]

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Perks Renters and Landlords Can LIVE with

January 23, 2009 | 1 Comment

We’ve posted an article previously with ‘Ten Tips for Advertising during Tough Economic Times’. And today I stumbled upon an article from the Wall Street Journal circling the same suggestion we provided; which is for companies to ‘provide perks’ for their customers. This is something we’d like to elaborate more on as it’s very current […]

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Ten Tips For Advertising During Tough Economic Times

October 29, 2008 | 0 Comments

Economic times have many businesses thinking twice before they spend their money. However, numerous studies, going back as far as the Great Depression, have shown that maintaining or increasing advertising during tough economic times yields greater results than advertising during good times. According to a recently released article titled, “Advertising in a Recession: In Chaos […]

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Save on Gas by Eliminating your Commute

August 1, 2008 | 2 Comments

Tired of spending an arm and a leg on gas? Want to eliminate the amount of hours you spend in traffic? Well the perfect solution is simple, move closer to your job! I was reading this article “Renters go downtown to save on gas, commuting” by J.W. Elphinstone, and it appears that people are getting […]

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What’s Your Credit Score?

April 15, 2008 | 0 Comments

According to Wikipedia, a credit score “is a numerical expression based on a statistical analysis of a person’s credit files, to represent the creditworthiness of that person, which is the perceived likelihood that the person will pay debts in a timely manner.” Lenders typically assess the potential risk involved in lending money to consumers by […]

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Cities with the Most Expensive Commutes

August 29, 2007 | 0 Comments

Forbes has complied a list of cities that have the most expensive commutes in the nation; some siphon 20% of income!! Transit costs such as gas, tolls and public transit fare, as well as money spent on car payments and maintenance make commutes expensive. Topping the list is Houston, Texas with 20.9 percent of expenses […]

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