July 2018

2018 | In Focus | July 2018Incentive and Expansion Abounds in Evans, ColoradoCity of Evans, CO

2018 | In Focus | July 2018

Incentive and Expansion Abounds in Evans, Colorado

City of Evans, CO

Colorado is one of those ideal states that offers everything an outdoor enthusiast could want – plenty of sunshine and four full seasons, access to beautiful rivers, hiking and biking trails – not to mention the Rocky Mountains and wide open spaces. The towns and cities in the state range in size and diversity and are known for a variety of attractions. The northern city of Evans, located along the South Platte River, is one of the most resilient and enticing of them all.

2018 | In Focus | July 2018Embracing the Cool FactorCity of Costa Mesa, California

2018 | In Focus | July 2018

Embracing the Cool Factor

City of Costa Mesa, California

The City of Costa Mesa in Orange County California is teeming with success stories, from the return and growth of the shoe manufacturer Vans to its own Taco Maria being awarded LA Times Restaurant of the Year. The City is home to creativity and the entrepreneurial spirit – including but not limited to a strong action sports enclave that brings surf and skate aficionados from all over the world to the five world headquarters that call Costa Mesa home.

2018 | In Focus | July 2018Managing Clients’ Real Estate as if it is Their OwnLarlyn Property Management

2018 | In Focus | July 2018

Managing Clients’ Real Estate as if it is Their Own

Larlyn Property Management

A well-established property management company has distinguishable attributes that differentiate it from the competition. Among these attributes are a name that is synonymous with a good reputation within communities, proven leadership capabilities, responsiveness, and a strong foundation of efficient standards of practice. Trusted and capable property management companies don’t view themselves as managers, but rather as owners of properties under their stewardship.

2018 | In Focus | July 2018The Gig EconomyMaking Work ‘Work’ for You

2018 | In Focus | July 2018

The Gig Economy

Making Work ‘Work’ for You

There are countless studies that demonstrate that the nature of work is changing. Work is becoming increasingly precarious, but what does this mean? Does precarious employment imply doom and gloom or is there a silver lining for work that no longer fits traditional or conventional models? Is it a necessary evolution for the increasingly automated economy?

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