KeatsConnelly Week’s Best From Around The Web

Every week we share news stories, blog articles and other interesting stuff from around the web that received the most views, shares, comments and overall interest on various KeatsConnelly social media outlets.

This week we bring your items on real estate, decision-making and planning for long-term care.

U.S. Real Estate Is Still A Bargain (www.advisor.ca) – The Southeastern U.S. is one of the fastest-growing areas in North America, showing a surge in business opportunities in the manufacturing and distribution, retail, high-tech and professional services sectors. As of 2010, an…

Foreclosures fall in 62% of U.S. cities (CNN Money) – Foreclosures fell in nearly two-thirds of the nation’s largest metro areas during the third quarter, according to RealtyTrac…

Five Customer Myths That Lead To Poor Decisions (The Globe and Mail) – They may not be uniformly untrue but they are often untrue, so believe them at your peril…

Long Term Care Takes Planning (Financial Post) – What happens in Canada if your health fails in retirement? Who takes care of you…

4 Steps To Better Decisions (KeatsConnelly Blog) – Be deliberate: Sometimes, we make decisions without even knowing it. Some obligations and responsibilities that we take on aren’t deliberate, and they might be some of the worst ones we make…

Come back next Friday for more interesting news and articles. Enjoy your weekend!

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