More and more Millennials would pay higher amount to guarantee their retirement benefits. The number increased from 42% in 2009 to 59% this year. Two-thirds of baby boomers (66%) would also be willing to sacrifice pay for more secure retirement benefits, versus half in 2009.

That is according to the findings from Willis Towers Watson's Global Benefits Attitudes Survey. The 2015/2016 survey measured attitudes of over 30,000 nongovernmental, private sector employees in 19 countries and was conducted...  READ MORE

More and more Millennials would pay higher amount to guarantee their retirement benefits. The number increased from 42% in 2009 to 59% this year. Two-thirds of baby boomers (66%) would also be willing to sacrifice pay for more secure retirement benefits, versus half in 2009.

That is according to the findings from Willis Towers Watson's Global Benefits Attitudes Survey. The 2015/2016 survey measured attitudes of over 30,000 nongovernmental, private sector employees in 19 countries and was conducted...  READ MORE

Written by Sam Conners on Oct. 17th 2016

Written by Sam Conners on Oct. 17th 2016

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Urban markets see price hikes after real estate growth

Urban markets see price hikes after real estate growth

Written by Kathy Williams on Oct. 13th 2016

Written by Kathy Williams on Oct. 13th 2016

There has been a significant increase in international housing prices within the past year, and urban cities are leading ahead of national standards, according to Knight Frank.

For the second quarter of 2016, the real estate industry saw the strongest annual growth rate within two years, at an increase of 5.5 percent. While urban cities are ahead of most national averages in their respective countries, Chinese cities are leading the way with six of the top 10 being major municipalities in China for annual price growth...  READ MORE

There has been a significant increase in international housing prices within the past year, and urban cities are leading ahead of national standards, according to Knight Frank.

For the second quarter of 2016, the real estate industry saw the strongest annual growth rate within two years, at an increase of 5.5 percent. While urban cities are ahead of most national averages in their respective countries, Chinese cities are leading the way with six of the top 10 being major municipalities in China for annual price growth...  READ MORE

September Brings Slight Yearly Increase in New Home Purchase Mortgage Applications

September Brings Slight Yearly Increase in New Home Purchase Mortgage Applications

Written by Jack Carlsen on Oct. 8th 2016

Written by Jack Carlsen on Oct. 8th 2016

Mortgage applications for new home purchases increased 3 percent this September, relative to September 2015, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Builder Application Survey (BAS) data. Compared to August 2016, applications decreased by 7 percent. This change does not include any adjustment for typical seasonal patterns...  READ MORE

Mortgage applications for new home purchases increased 3 percent this September, relative to September 2015, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Builder Application Survey (BAS) data. Compared to August 2016, applications decreased by 7 percent. This change does not include any adjustment for typical seasonal patterns...  READ MORE

How retirement ready are employees?

How retirement ready are employees?

Written by Bill Masters on Sep. 22nd 2016

Written by Bill Masters on Sep. 22nd 2016

I’ve been thinking about retirement — specifically my own — a lot lately. Maybe it’s because my birthday is coming up this month (according to new research from LIMRA, birthdays are the top reason that Americans begin planning for their retirement).

Maybe it’s because I’m already daydreaming about fewer deadlines, reduced stress and more traveling (who says you can’t retire in your 30s?). Or maybe it’s just because I’m tired of reading sad stories about retirement and feeling like just another statistic...  READ MORE

I’ve been thinking about retirement — specifically my own — a lot lately. Maybe it’s because my birthday is coming up this month (according to new research from LIMRA, birthdays are the top reason that Americans begin planning for their retirement).

Maybe it’s because I’m already daydreaming about fewer deadlines, reduced stress and more traveling (who says you can’t retire in your 30s?). Or maybe it’s just because I’m tired of reading sad stories about retirement and feeling like just another statistic...  READ MORE

Vancouver home sales plunged nearly 33% last month, real estate board says

Vancouver home sales plunged nearly 33% last month, real estate board says

Written by Nancy Miller on Sep. 15th 2016

Written by Nancy Miller on Sep. 15th 2016

VANCOUVER – Home prices in Metro Vancouver’s once-surging real estate market are on the cusp of falling, housing experts say, as new figures show another month of plunging home sales in the region.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver published a report on Tuesday revealing a 32.6 per cent drop in September home sales compared with the same month last year. That follows a 26 per cent year-over-year decline in August and a dip of about 19 per cent the previous month...  READ MORE

VANCOUVER – Home prices in Metro Vancouver’s once-surging real estate market are on the cusp of falling, housing experts say, as new figures show another month of plunging home sales in the region.

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver published a report on Tuesday revealing a 32.6 per cent drop in September home sales compared with the same month last year. That follows a 26 per cent year-over-year decline in August and a dip of about 19 per cent the previous month...  READ MORE

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As one of the most renowned motivational speakers, David Rhodd is a dynamic personality and highly-sought-after resource in business and professional circles for Fortune 500 CEOs, small business owners, non-profit and community leaders from all sectors of society looking to expand opportunity. 

For almost a decade he has not only studied the science of money,achievement and motivation, he’s mastered it by interviewing hundreds of successful business leaders and collaborating with them in the boardroom translating theory into bottom-line results for his clients.

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Worried Millennials willing to pay more for retirement

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Urban markets see price hikes after real estate growth

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September Brings Slight Yearly Increase in New Home Purchase Mortgage Applications

September Brings Slight Yearly Increase in New Home Purchase Mortgage Applications

How retirement ready are employees?

How retirement ready are employees?

Worried Millennials willing to pay more for retirement

Worried Millennials willing to pay more for retirement

Urban markets see price hikes after real estate growth

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