Monthly Archives: June 2009

Round and round we go

On four separate due dates the government has chosen to extend the implementation of the E-Verify system, which is designed to check the legal standing of the individuals preparing to enter the United States or to begin work at a new employer. Now… Continue reading

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Have You Really Looked at Your Population lately?

The demographics of the marketplace will change over the next decade according to the US Census. Their latest data indicates that the world’s 65-and-older population is projected to triple by mid-century, from 516 million in 2009 to 1.53 billion i… Continue reading

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The Workplace Has Changed

Let me begin with a statement of fact–In order to survive in the global workplace we have to actively engage in collaboration between the organization’s non-owned assets, it’s people. In a recent posting from the Wharton School they ran an articl… Continue reading

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DBAI Creates Client Platform on LinkedIn

Daniel Bloom & Associates, Inc. has created a group on LinkedIn located at http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=2056101.It is designed to be a central location where the client base of DBAI, can share ideas, keep in touch with each other … Continue reading

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Trailing Spouse Income requirements may change

Worldwide ERC reports that in its recently issued June 8 guidelines, among other changes, Fannie Mae reversed a long-standing policy that permitted mortgage applicants to include the income of trailing spouses in the household income data supplied… Continue reading

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Clarifying comment on Previous Post

This comment came from one of the readers of this blog and an attendee at CRP 2009Dan,Your paragraph ???And the World Changes??? makes some good points but has one misconception. I don???t like the HVCC. It is a power grab by the billionaire that owns L… Continue reading

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And The World Changes

For most of the entire history of the relocation industry, it has been the practice of the industry to have the appraisers confirm their data with the local real estate broker. That all changed as of May 1, 2009. Effective on May 1, the terms of t… Continue reading

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