Category: Business and Commerce

Importance of Snow Management

Snow accumulation can be a serious problem for many areas of the country. Freshly fallen snow provides an excellent opportunity to create great winter sports like skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, hockey or just plain old fun games for kids, but it also presents problems that must be dealt with to ensure public safety. Commercial snow and […]

Why buy boxes for moving?

Moving boxes

Whether you are hauling a few items across Michigan or moving your household possessions across the country, dumping your stuff in just any old container is an ineffective and potentially costly way to transport your items. Commercial movers, truck rental services, and pack and ship stores have a great number of shipping box options available […]

1031 Exchange Company Michigan

Real Estate Investors in Michigan consider the 1031 Exchange to help defer taxes, which allow the investor to grow their net worth over time, without taxes slowing the momentum as they exchange and trade-up properties. It’s helpful to hire a 1031 Exchange Company in Michigan or in any State you find yourself in for guidance. […]

Spring is Here! Time to Remodel 

Remodel your West Bloomfield home

Spring, like home landscaping, may be the best time of year to consider remodeling or even an addition to your home.  People often believe, for good reason, that home remodeling or adding an addition provides a cost-effective and less painful alternative to moving when they get the itch for a larger living space. This can […]

Michigan To Be the New Florida?

A recent report in Popular Science suggests that Michigan will become the most desirable location in the United States by the turn of the next century. Although this may seem far fetched, let’s look at some of the factors responsible for such a ringing endorsement of the Great Lake state. Much of the survey focuses […]

Sanders Chocolates

Detroiters smile at the mere mention of the word Sanders Chocolates. The first Sanders Chocolate store was opened by Fred Sanders on June 17, 1875. Eventually, there were more than 57 stores throughout the Great Lakes Region alone, selling their trademark recipes of candy, fudge toppings, and baked goods, as well as light lunches and […]