The weather warms. Tulips bloom. Coats and long-sleeved shirts go back into the closet. And yet the streets are quiet. Old friends who pass one another on the sidewalk maintain a respectful distance and are careful to keep physical contact to a minimum. Restaurants remain empty, their metal outdoor tables and chairs securely locked in place. As the world begins to cautiously venture back into some semblance of its “normal” routine once more we find ourselves asking, “Where do
The office of President of the United States is one of the most revered in the world today. Whoever sits behind the Resolute Desk finds themselves facing a tremendous challenge: somehow bringing people together even as the world faces circumstances unheard of, even in the times of their immediate predecessor. How a president is presented to the people they govern often does more to inform their legacy than their accomplishments while in office. Every president from George Was
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, important art and cultural sites around the world sit unprotected, and thieves, looters, and smugglers are taking advantage of the lack of security. When government lockdowns started going into effect, law enforcement was drawn away from museums, archaeological sites, and religious sites around the world to focus their efforts elsewhere. During this time, these places that carry valuable and important historical, cultural, and religio
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MIR Appraisal Services' monthly blogs cover a wide range of subjects pertaining to the various property we appraise. Our blogs are written by our team of researchers.