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Author: Therese Yacenda

Therese Yacenda cultivates the social media at Accelerated Buy Sell, Inc., regularly contributes to the blog and composes the monthly newsletter, putting out information to empower the Manufacturing Industry.

In July of 2012 the Accelerated Group of companies launched Manufacturing WebSolutions where Therese manages the social media content strategies that create a strong web presence for clients.

Therese Yacenda is the Social Media Manager at Accelerated Buy Sell, Inc. and Manufacturing Web Solutions as well as a contributing author to the blog. She orchestrates the social media landscape for the “Accelerated Group of Companies” that provides tools and services to help manufacturers grow and exit strategies to maximize dollars when they are ready to retire or sell their manufacturing business. Accelerated’s group of companies that provide services to the manufacturing industry includes:

www.AcceleratedBuySell.com – Provides Online Industrial Auction Services, Used Equipment Auctions, Capital Equipment Auctions, Plant Liquidations, Industrial Plant Cleanout Services, Used Machinery Location Services, Certified Machine Tool and Equipment Appraisals, and more.

www.AcceleratedMfgBrokers.com – Specializes in Manufacturing Business Brokerage and Mergers and Acquisitions. We help manufacturers develop exit strategies to maximize retirement dollars, and successful manufacturers expand through acquisition of other manufacturing companies, product lines and customer lists. Manufacturing Companies for sale throughout the United States are listed on this site.

www.AcceleratedRE.com – Provides Industrial Real Estate Brokerage Services, Online Real Estate Auctions, Sealed Bid Real Estate Auctions and complete industrial facility cleanout services.

www.IgniteMfg.com – Provides funding for products made in the USA, and engineering/manufacturing educational needs through Crowd Funding.

www.MfgWebSolutions.com – Provides web development and social media services for manufacturers at under-market rates.

Therese Yacenda is a contributing author to:

blog.AcceleratedBuySell.com - A site that provides the latest manufacturing news, statistics and opinion. It also provides information on how to grow a manufacturing business, and what to do if you are a manufacturing company that needs to close.

MFGWebSolutions.com/blog - Provides the latest information on social media and web development for manufacturers. It gives manufacturers tips and tricks for boosting their web presence.

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Existing-home sales surmounted an annual pace of 5 million sales for the sixth time in seven months despite the low inventory conditions. Median home prices for 2014 rose to their highest level since 2007, but total sales fell 3.1 percent from 2013. A year ago, December sales were just 3.5 percent higher and are now

According to the National Association of Realtors, all major regions in the nation experienced a decline in existing-home sales in November right after reaching the highest of the year. Sales fell 6.1 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.93 million in November from a downwardly-revised 5.25 million in October. While sales flattened, housing supply

Last month the housing market’s shining star was the apartment rental. With a rise in renters, builders focused on building them. In October though, a decline in construction started on apartments contributed to the drop in housing starts. Starts fell 2.8% in October to an annualized pace of 1.01 million from 1.04 million in September.

At the highest pace of the year, existing home sales turned the corner after August’s slight decline and increased 2.4 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.17 million in September. Sales still remain 1.7 percent below the 5.26 million-unit level from last September. We’re looking at a housing shortage next year if builders

Investors paying in cash withdrew from the market in August causing existing-home sales to slip according to the NAR. Northeast and Midwest sales increases could not sustain the heavy declines in the South and West. Total existing-home sales decreased 1.8 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.05 million in August from a slight

Existing-Home Sales increased in July, marking the highest annual pace of the year. Sales rose 2.4 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.15 million in July from a 5.03 million in June. Although sales are at their highest and have been rising for the past four consecutive months, the stats still remain below

Existing-home sales went up in June reaching an annual pace of 5 million sales for the first time since October 2013. Inventory is still rising and continues to push overall supply towards a more balanced market. Total existing-home sales climbed 2.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.04 million in June from an

All four regions of the country experienced sales gains compared to the previous month. Existing home sales rose with gusto in May, to 4.9 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.89 million in May from an upwardly-revised 4.66 million in April. The 4.9 percent month-over-month gain in May was the highest monthly rise

The length of time a house sits on the market can vary greatly depending on the location, the schools, the quality of the house/property and so on.  Can we agree that the conventional way of selling a home can be a drawn-out and painstaking process? A SOLD property means a big exhale of relief. With

At the fastest pace this year, home building surged in April. Housing starts rose 13.2% this April to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.07 million, up from 947,000 in March and overachieving economists’ forecasts. April’s gains were mostly due to multi-family construction, where starts rose almost 40% from March. Starts improved in every region

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