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Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

Darla is a full-time​ freelance writer published internationally and an award-winning author. Over the last decade, she has ghostwritten memoirs for a successful entrepreneur and created byline pieces for USAToday, Jillian Michaels, USARiseUP, New York Times -- About.com, Multibrief, MedCity News, LiveStrong and AOL. Darla is known for her ability to take complex topics and make them clear to anyone. With an academic background in the sciences and healthcare, Darla F. spent years working as an EMT, but she has vocational experience in several industries. After college, she took a job as an Accounting Manager for the factoring division of a major bank in New Jersey and learned the basics of programming. Nowadays, she spends her time writing and tackling artistic projects like painting. Her first novel was published in 2009 and she is working on a second and third, while still creating engaging content for her clients.

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Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Cindy is an attorney in private practice in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area, and a freelance writer. Having spent 19 years in the financial services industry in various operations and compliance roles, including 2 years as the Chief Compliance Officer for a federally-registered investment adviser owned by an accounting firm, Cindy loves to write about topics applicable to financial firms, accountants, law firms as well as general business pieces. Cindy has also had several parenting essays featured on the Huffington Post and Scarymommy.com.

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I've been writing digital content for over 30 years. I've also been a vice president in a Fortune 100 company, a hotel operator, a real estate executive, an ad agency art director and a freelance creative director. I do all of these things very, very well. Please see my website for my portfolio. I prefer to write about topics relating to politics, lifestyle, travel, entertainment, fashion, design, art, business and/or fitness. I prefer assignments that do not have to do with software, information technology, data analytics, and/or web marketing. If you have questions about whether an assignment might be right for me, please don't hesitate to send me a message.

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Read Sample Property Investment Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect property investment content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our property investment writers:

Pros and Cons of Independent vs Franchise Brokers

Real estate transactions involve a number of moving parts including loans, large sums of cash, contracts, contingencies, and liens -- to name a few. States want to make sure home buyers and sellers are protected from fraud. Depending on the state, there are specific requirements for who is allowed to handle specific parts of the transaction. The most common player in the real estate transaction is the broker.

Codes and regulations governing real estate change so often that the real estate industry is built around the brokerage model. Brokers are real estate agents that have completed additional hours of continuing... Read More

Why Millennials Are Avoiding the Housing Market

As the largest generation in U.S. history, millennials are becoming an increasingly vital group in the real estate market. But as they come into their prime house-buying years, there are important factors keeping millennials away from purchasing homes.

Income levels are low. Millennials are behind the eight ball in income and wealth accumulation compared to home prices, making it harder for them to catch up due to a continuous rise in home costs. Research shows it takes five to 10 years to get back on the wealth accumulation path. And although house prices have increased in the last couple of... Read More

Finding an Apartment in New York City

So — you want to find an apartment in New York.

Good luck!

Finding a worthwhile place to live in "The Naked City" is one of its most infamously excruciating "joys."

Assuming that you want something affordable, spacious and well-located, you should be prepared to settle for just two of those qualities; it will be more or less impossible to attain all three. The good news is that if you have a solid plan, and you've done your research, you should be able to deliver on your preferred two to a reasonable degree.

Before you start your search, you may... Read More

Operating Risks And Considerations When Expanding Business In The U.A.E.

Operating Risks And Considerations When Expanding Business In The U.A.E.

The U.A.E. Sidestepped The Arab Spring, As Did Most GCC States

The political system in the U.A.E. is stable. With the exception of Bahrain*, the Persian Gulf was virtually untouched by the 2011 Arab Spring and its violent aftermath. The al-Maktoum family, which rules Dubai, is generally popular and does not face any organized political opposition. There is some measure of competition between the al-Maktoum family and the al-Nahyan family, which rules Abu Dhabi, but both families have a strong incentive to cooperate to attract foreign investment. The primary... Read More

Who’s Really No. 1 in Chicago? A Look at Brokerage and Agent Advertising

Real estate is a competitive profession. And while there are any number of occupations that may, rightfully, make a similar claim, hardly any industry is as dedicated to leveraging those positions of prominence as explicitly as those in real estate. Being in a hyper-competitive market, like Chicagoland, where both low inventory levels and demand persist through our post-crisis cleanup, it is not only a matter of pride that keeps agents promoting themselves and their brokerage, but rather a necessity to maintain a successful business. However, as with any advertising, there is a very fine line between honest promotion and hyperbole.... Read More

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