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Unless you have purchased a newly constructed home there is always some uncertainty regarding previous “events” in a home. Historically, real estate transactions were based on “Caveat Emptor” (Let the buyer beware). Over time, however, certain exceptions have been established by New York courts that help protect buyers by increasing a seller’s risk of liability for undisclosed defects.
These days there are so many avenues to buy products online, but what about a car? In this era, shopping online for a car is becoming commonplace. You can easily scan through numerous options without having to drive around to multiple dealerships looking for what you need. There is even an assortment of websites that cater to online car sales. If you decide to shop online for your next ride, be sure you still check out your final selection in person. You can buy a car online but unlike a pair of shoes, you can’t return it if it doesn’t “fit.” Generally speaking, a car is one item that once you have purchased it, you’re stuck with it.
First Friday Poughkeepsie is coming back November 3rd to kick off the Fall Season with a Friendsgiving celebration at Mural Square. It is FREE to the public, and creates a unique, lively atmosphere that provides entertainment for both adults and children.
Friendsgiving is an event where friends meet together for an enjoyable night in the Heart of Poughkeepsie to kick off the cheerful holiday season. There will be delicious food and beverage vendors, face painting, and a bouncy house for children, along with games and a contest for the entire family. Live entertainment will be provided by the incredible Robert Cahill Band who will be performing during the event.
How do you feel about your bank? Would you be surprised to learn that a recent survey* shows the vast majority of customers are satisfied with their primary bank?
The survey stated that 89% of those questioned rated their bank as being between “good” and “excellent.” The same percentage stated that they are satisfied overall with the services received from their bank.
Here at Rhinebeck Bank we have an array of entry level positions. When we interview for these openings, many candidates state that they are “looking for a career, not just a job.” What does that mean? What is the difference between getting a job, and beginning a career? There may be no way to tell exactly what each candidate means when they say this. After all, it very well may mean something different to each person.
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