Lori Higgins

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Here's an infographic that points out very clearly the content elements of a good cover letter.although some say the use of "sincerely" ages the candidate, so a closing such as "Best regards," may be preferred

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I like built-ins; window seats, quality shelving and the like. Do these things add or take away from the sale value of a home? Is there a minimum standard: good, better, best for finish vs. paint?

I like built-ins; window seats, quality shelving and the like. Do these things add or take away from the sale value of a home? Is there a minimum standard: good, better, best for finish vs. paint?