Real Estate Roundup

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By, Zach Schofel www.creroundup.com Commercial Delinquencies Are At Their Lowest Level Since Pre-Pandemic. A new report from the Mortgage Bankers Association shows mortgage delinquencies on multifamily and commercial properties have now hit their lowest point since last March. 95.2% of out- standing loan balances were current in May. Just 3.1% were 90 or more days … Continued

Tomorrow Today College Consulting – Helping to Take the STRESS out of the College Admissions Process

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By, Pam Teel “With over 4,500 institutions of higher education in America, the college admissions process can be quite overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be so stressful,” stated Stephanie Ackerman, an individual College Admissions Consultant and founder and President of Tomorrow Today College Consulting, located in Red Bank, NJ. Having a college consultant’s advice … Continued

PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER DELIVERY

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Dear Reader and Friends:Each month we remain focused to do our best to provide our readers with local news, tips and snapshots of what is going on in your community. We believe you are happy with our content and monthly issues as our advertisers get calls from you each and every month!As a small business, … Continued

Freehold Challenger Sports

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The Freehold Challenger Sports Program is a three-season pro-gram that includes soccer in the fall, baseball in the spring and basketball in the winter. The programs function is to serve children with special needs in the Freehold area. Started in 1993, it was created for athletes classified as being eligible for Special Education and formulated … Continued

Protect Yourself From COVID-19 In Personal vehicles

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Cars are small spaces and when the windows are closed, SARS-CoV-2 (in fine aerosol particles) accumulates in the car’s cabin. Cracking one window open just 3 inches can help limit the COVID-19 spread. Along with keeping windows open, here’s how you can protect yourself: Clean and disinfect surfacesClean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces regularly (for example, … Continued

Wedding Venue Agreements and Deposits During COVID

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Weddings are supposed to be the most joyous of times. Yet, today’s environment has led to the unimaginable and potentially fraudulent practice of wedding venues and banquet halls refusing to refund deposit monies amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Disruptions caused by the COVID-19 outbreak have, in some circumstances, made it entirely impossible or impractical for parties … Continued

Having Trouble Getting in & out of the Bath?

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TubcuT has the answers! Whether from injury or aging, getting in and out of a bathtub can be challenging. Instead of spending thousands of dollars on a bathroom renovation, you can easily convert your tub into a walk-in shower with TubcuT Company. The tubcut® is the original tub to shower conversion, and it helps to … Continued

What is Optomap retinal imaging?

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The  optomap ultra-widefield retinal image is a unique technology that captures more than 80% of your retina in one panoramic image while traditional imaging methods typically only show 15% of your retina at one time. Your retina (located in the back of your eye) is the only place in the body where blood vessels can be … Continued

What Your Body Shape Says About Your Overall Health

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You’ve heard the adage that “an apple a day keeps the doctor away.” However, an apple can be bad news if it’s used to describe your body shape.More Americans have “apple-shaped” bodies, according to the Centers forDisease Control and Prevention (CDC). Carrying excess midsection belly fat, however, can lead to several health conditions. Belly fat—called … Continued