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From person-centric service to staying ahead of the tech wave, Re/Max Realtor Katy Dix Brahler has her own unique way of getting the sale

According to a recent article in Forbes Magazine, one of the best ways for home buyers or sellers to find a perfect-fit Realtor is to seek referrals from other homeowners. “Despite the technology that seems to take over much of the searching for a home, the right real estate agent is still a human-to-human choice,” the article states...

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Now under the meticulous ownership eye of Michael Boukzam, Westlake Laser Wash offers an elite level of clean

Whether you drive a Tesla, Maserati, Porsche or simply baby your VW bug as if it were one, the newly opened Westlake Laser Wash will treat your ride with every measure of care, using top-shelf products and the latest equipment and techniques. Owner Michael Boukzam just purchased the business in late December after the previous owner passed...

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The Mentor Schools buses are now equipped with exterior cameras

The next time you are running late and feel the temptation to sneak around a bus with the stop sign arm out and red lights flashing—you may want to think again. Thanks to a safety grant from the Ohio Attorney General, all of Mentor School’s buses are currently being outfitted with exterior cameras that will capture the license plates...

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Stay connected in a tech-rich world with the new Phonak Audeo Marvel, one of the most advanced hearing aids on the market

As one of only 20 hearing centers in the United States to participate in a pilot program testing the effectiveness of new Bluetooth-connected hearing aids, Dr. Jane Kukula is thrilled to report the results. Over a six-month period last year, from early spring to late summer, 28 of her patients at Advanced Audiology Concepts The Hearing Center...

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Acclaim Renovations & Design provides these screening musts before hiring a home remodeler

An unfair practice unique to the home improvement industry called “spiking the job”—or contractors duping people by pretending to do work within the three-day cancellation period of a contract—got its name from unscrupulous home siding salesmen walking out after a sales call and literally driving a spike into the home’s siding...

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