TOWN SQUARE | The number of new loans on residential property dipped by 16 percent in the second quarter of this year compared to the first quarter, which is unusual because the second-quarter spring market is typically more active than the winter quarter.
Entering this stage of life presents assorted upheavals, which can be highly emotional for many people. Through it all, I learned some coping mechanisms that helped me as I transitioned from New Jersey to Silver Spring, Md.
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