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Question by Learly bear: Just what takes place to foreclosures if not sold at the county courthouse?
we have about 400 residences going up for auction next month … given that i don’t have cash i just can’t purchase one … so just what occurs to them if not sold there-can i ever before buy one with a home mortgage loan?
Answer by JTT PropertiesIf they aren’t
offered, they return to the bank and come to be REO. You can then purchase them from the bank just like you would certainly purchase from any sort of additional seller.
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US Company Credit Swaps Rise as Jobless Claims Exceed Forecast
The swaps index, on track for its third straight monthly decline, climbed after the Labor Department reported today in Washington that jobless claims were little changed at 374,000 in the week ended Aug. 25, higher than the median estimate of 370,000 …
Jobless claims unchanged last week
Jobless claims have risen by 10,000 in August, suggesting some moderation in the pace of job growth this month after payrolls increased 163,000 in July from 64,000 in June. The state of the labor market, particularly the unemployment rate, could …
Americans Spend More for First Time in Three Months: Economy
Consumer spending, though still weak, jumps most in five months
Instant View 3: Jobless claims unchanged last week
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits was unchanged last week, pointing to a labor market that was treading water. STORY: TABLE: U.S. July consumer spending posts strongest rise in five months. STORY: …
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Precision Aesthetics and Dr Lisa Zdinak, New Yorks No 1 Thermage Doctor Recognized Four times in one week.
(PRWEB) August 31, 2012
“Its nice to know that if you just quietly go about your business and do the right thing eventually the world will beat a path to your door” commented Dr Zdinak. “It’s not always easy trying to do it all while seeing patients during the day, it really only leaves nights and weekends for research. But if you are not constantly bringing in new procedures and technologies you simply arent doing your job, when it comes to providing your patients the best options in the world. Its a great job and I love doing it !” she continued.
Dr Zdinak was the first in New York to introduce every single upgrade from Thermage since 2007. Recognizing her leadership in Radio frequency skin tightening and fat loss, Exilis, skin tightening and fat loss asked her and Precision Aesthetics to introduce Exilis, Thermages largest competitor, to New York. Having done the original research on Carboxytherapy for stretch marks was yet another first and introducing Australian leading skin care line Ultraceuticals to New York . “There are so many terrific products coming out every day from every corner of the globe, you simply must sample and research as many as possible to ensure that your patients are getting the best available anywhere. I am launching a unique exclusive ultrasound device to the US for home use and a laser hair growth center at our practice as well, but more on that next month” commented Dr Zdinak.
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Growth in the Optometrists industry persisted through the economic recession, mainly due to resilient demand from the aging population and eye diseases associated with diabetes and computer use. During the five years to 2012, revenue is expected to increase at an annualized rate of 2.9% to $ 14.0 billion. While low disposable income and high unemployment deterred some consumers from seeking eye care, operators maintained growth by reducing prices and catering to favorably shifting demographics. The slowly recovering economy is expected to foster stronger growth in 2012; however, revenue growth has not been paired with profit growth. Optometrists cut costs during the past five years, but payers did the same. Managed-care vision plans and government payers (i.e. Medicare and Medicaid) kept reimbursement levels for industry services flat or only moderately increased them.
Insurance coverage and disposable income will improve in the next five years, but mounting competition will suppress profit expansion. The proliferation of optometrist schools will cause the number of Optometrists industry operators to continue a growth trend of the past five years. Optometrist offices will also face rising competition from large chain retailers, such as Walmart. These behemoth companies will reduce the profitability of selling eyeglasses and contact lenses at industry establishments as they increasingly open eye centers in-store. Optometrists are forecast to focus more on providing the full scope of medical eye care as a result. The Optometrist industry is highly fragmented, with no players accounting for a significant share of the industry. Optometric practice options beyond solo practices are numerous and include small and large independent group practices, group practices managed by a management service organization, independent practice associations, and physician hospital associations. The roots of group optometry began as a result of governmental legislation involving price advertising in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The results of enacting legislation fueled the emergence of corporate eye care. Further, many graduating optometrists, who are burdened with debt, are joining group practices. Despite this, industry concentration has been declining during the five years to 2012. This may be attributable to smaller group practices and the financial incentives to open solo practices in rural areas. The encroachment of national retail chains, such as Lens Crafters, may also be adding to fragmentation within the Optometrists industry.
Concurrently, President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is projected to cause the number of insured individuals to increase, particularly in 2014, when the health insurance exchange is planned to open. Vision care is expected to increase due to the Harkin Amendment, which prohibits its discrimination in health insurance plans. Rising insurance coverage and the aging population are forecast to be the main drivers behind growth during the five years to 2017. For more information, visit IBISWorlds Optometrists in he US industry report page.
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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics
This industry includes practitioners that have a Doctor of Optometry (OD) degree. ODs examine, diagnose, treat and manage diseases, injuries and disorders of the eye and associated structures. Operators may also prescribe and sell eyeglasses and contact lenses. These practitioners operate private or group practices in their own offices or in facilities like hospitals. The industry does not include ophthalmologists (i.e. medical doctors who are also trained to perform eye surgery).
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Question by kinky punky: how the labour market is similar to and different from markets for consumer goods and services?
Answer by Allan
I think the main difference is that there is so much variety in people compared to goods. They have different skills, different educational backgrounds, different attitudes, different cultural backgrounds.
This information is important, but difficult to understand in a simple job interview. There is a lot of work that goes into evaluating a worker compared to evaluating breakfast cereal, for example.
What do you think? Answer below!
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