Traveling And Wine

Napa Valley is known for its wine but did you know there is much more to do in Napa Valley in addition to the vineyard. As a Traveling Vineyard Wine Guide, it is nice to get familiar with other activities in Napa Valley to do besides drinking wine. Here are a few ideas.

Visit the Napa Art Walk exhibition. This exhibition features 3D art from artists all across the country. And a plus is if you like a sculpture enough, you quite possible could purchase it for yourself and take it home.

Learn the history of Napa Valley at the Napa Valley Historical Society. It is amazing to see how Napa Valley looked 100 years ago. The Napa Valley Historical Society collects pieces of history for viewing of Napa’s past. It is open to the public and you can sign up for tours as well.

If you love to cook, I suggest visiting the Silverado Cooking School while in Napa Valley. Chef Malcolm de Sieyes will teach you everything you need to know from basic techniques to more advanced. At the end, you can enjoy the meal you have prepared with a glass of wine.

Last, if you love wine that much, why not make a career out of it by becoming a Traveling Vineyard wine guide. Pair your love of wine with your passion to host events. At the event, you can talk about wine, teach what foods pair well with different types of wines, and have a great time doing it. After the event, clients get to purchase and take home wine. And they can go home and brag to their friends about how much they learned from you.

Some benefits from becoming a Traveling Vineyard wine guide is having a flexible schedule, hosting great events, and having a team ready to support you in making this a successful career.

You can find the Traveling Vineyard on Twitter and follow them. There are amazing photos of events and actual Traveling Vineyard wine guides meeting one another. They have their annual Harvest 2017 in Washington DC coming up. You can also sign up to host a party for your friends with a wine guide there. Whether you want a flexible career or to host a party for your friends, Traveling Vineyard is the best choice.

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How Boraie Development Is Helping The Housing Situation In New Jersey

Housing prices are increasing quickly across most of the United States. New Jersey, in particular, has surging home prices which have not only resulted in newcomers to the market not being able to afford a home but also an increase in mortgage delinquencies and even foreclosures. This has led to the real estate market experiencing a large slowdown in this state despite a lower unemployment rate and millennial finally getting married and forming households where the prospects are better. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms for the details.

The shortage in New Jersey housing due to these issues could turn into a true emergency if supply and demand of housing is not better met. The fears are that an unbolting of a surge of new houses for sale on the market could lead to home values plummeting as homeowners desire to quickly sell their home by undercutting other similar homes on the market. There are a large number of vacant homes held by banks that could flood the market if they all start selling the houses in their inventory around the same time.

There are, however, some areas of New Jersey that feature a high level of housing demand coupled with a good amount of inventory. The one trend among these properties is good access to mass transit. Homes that are near mass transit are experiencing steady demand and good values.

Boraie Development is a real estate company with almost 40 years of experience in the New Brunswick real estate industry. They had the foresite to build the condos and apartments they build near mass transit which makes their properties increasingly interesting to millennial and others who want to live in an urban environment.

At Boraie Development they don’t only build residential properties as they also manage them including marketing, sales, and maintenance. They have been creating properties for years which attracted people back to New Brunswick which had been a failing community back in the early 1970’s when the company was formed. Despite people thinking the founder of the company, Omar Boraie, was crazy for building in a city experiencing depopulation he had faith that he could attract people back to the city by building attractive places for them to live and work as well as near mass transit.

Today, Boraie Development has a number of properties in not only New Brunswick but also one in Atlantic City and another in Newark, New Jersey.

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