Archive for February, 2016
Did you know that 32% of people actively looking for new homes are first time home buyers? If you are a part of that percentage, you may be wondering where to look first. Years ago, your parents may have contacted a real estate agent when buying their first place, but today, 92% of home buyers use the Internet as a primary resource. In fact, almost half of all buyers browse the Internet as their first step in the home buying process, looking online at homes for sale. Only a small 14% first contact a real estate agent. We are living in a digital age, and online shopping of all sorts is becoming increas
In the United States, people are sleeping worse than ever. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 35% of Americans fail to get enough sleep at night, and there are millions more with chronic sleep disorders.
If you’re interested in exploring new kinds of beds, particularly supportive beds, then adjustable bed systems have something for every sleeping need imaginable. The rise of new types of adjustable beds on the market suggest many people depend on the comforts of a more supportive bed. So what styles of adjustable beds are available in 2016?
Hospital Beds, Therapeutic Beds
When many people think of adjustable beds, they immediately
For those who enjoy hunting, fishing, ranching, or farming, the phrase “land for sale” is music to the ears. Throughout the United States, vast tracts of land exist, already prepped for working, especially in the Midwest and Southwest. The myth that there is no American Wilderness anymore is just not true: lands and farms abound, and, when chosen carefully and managed efficiently, can turn a profit for the owners. Ranches and farms still play an important role in the U.S. economy and contribute to a multi-billion dollar industry. Whether cash crops, field crops, livestock, or otherwise, agriculture is a thriving, sustainable business endeavor. There are plenty of non-agricultural uses for o