Purchasing insurance may not be as fun as choosing new furniture and paint colors, but it's a big part of homebuying. Your homeowners insurance policy is a financial safety net in case of a disaster, so you'll want to ask a few important questions to make sure you have the coverage you need at a price you can afford.Read More »
When an employee at a Milwaukee construction firm took his own life, the trauma struck all parts of the company and was felt keenly for a long time. Whenever suicide takes someone we know, our first thoughts are to the loved ones left behind. But the impact on a workplace can also be very deep, leaving former colleagues wondering if there was any sign we missed, any way we could have helped avert such a terrible occurrence.
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What will Madison look like after the pandemic? A reassuring view of our city’s future is the $125 million office tower proposed for the Capitol Square. The city’s Plan Commission last week wisely approved Urban Land Interest’s revised and improved plans to revitalize the 10 block of North Pinckney Street.Read More »
Year to year, changes in computer technology can be staggering. In most cases, the advancements give rise to disruption—and opportunities—in every industry. In real estate, one such disruption is being caused by drones, which have become an extremely effective means of mapping and marketing property.
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Over the past seven months, businesses throughout the country have dealt with ever-changing difficulties arising from COVID-19.Read More »