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LandLeader Adds Three Brokerages to Exclusive Network of Land Specialists

Windsor, Colorado (PRWEB) June 16, 2015

LandLeader LLC, a national recreational real estate marketing and listing company, recently added three rural land real estate brokerages to their national group of land professionals. Corder & Associates in Montana, Allied Realty in Maine and Land & Lakes Real Estate Co. in upper Michigan join the leading group of brokers to benefit from LandLeader’s exclusive marketing platform.

LandLeader, an organization of exclusive member Brokers who specialize in outdoor recreational, timber, farm, ranch and luxury country properties, has over 150 agents listing properties with a combined value at over $ 1.6 billion, and offers its members cutting edge marketing strategies not found anywhere else in the rural real estate industry.

Dax Hayden, LandLeader’s Managing Director comments, “We are excited to have new members join our team, bringing their local knowledge of the land and real estate industry to these areas of the country. They are experts in their regions and we look forward to marketing their brokerages and their properties!”

Corder & Associates owners Trampus and Staci Corder commented on joining LandLeader, “We are so excited to be part of the LandLeader family. Our partnership raises the bar for our clients offering them the most experience, marketing power, knowledge and professionalism in the real estate market today.” Mark Schoenthaler of Allied Realty echoed Corder’s thoughts, “Land Leader has been a natural fit for the properties I market and sell in Western Maine. My clients are impressed with the additional coverage their properties receive and the expertise of the Land Leader staff to provide first class support. I am honored to be part of this dynamic team.”

Over the last year, broker membership has doubled in size, but LandLeader is seeking only the best brokers and agents. “We aren’t seeking all brokers, but the best brokers that represent trust, integrity and success in representing landowners,” says Hayden.

LandLeader is one of the fastest growing outdoor specialty real estate groups and has agents in 35 states. Go to http://www.landleader.com to learn more about LandLeader and its members.







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The Canadian Institute of Hair and Scalp Specialists, Top Providers of Hair Loss Treatment, Provides Tips on How to Prevent Female Hair Loss


Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) March 11, 2015

The Canadian Institute of Hair and Scalp Specialists (http://www.CanadianHair.ca), a Toronto-based organization offering hair loss treatment for over 25 years, is providing tips on how to prevent female hair loss.

“Female hair loss is still somewhat stigmatized and not addressed much publicly. However, most females will experience some form of hair thinning by the time they reach middle age, meaning it needs real solutions,” says Ken Robson, founder of the Canadian Institute of Hair and Scalp Specialists. “Thinning hair can actually occur when women are in their twenties, so it’s beneficial to know preventative measures as early as possible.”

Robson explains that diet is a determining factor in female hair loss. Not getting the required iron can lead to premature thinning and the loss of strength of hair follicles. Women who are vegetarians or vegans and not eating foods that are rich in iron may also notice their hair start to thin, making it crucial that vegetarians include greens like spinach and kale in their diet, as well as incorporate beans and tofu, which are strong sources of iron. (Source: “Are You Losing Your Hair? Here’s Help,” The Times of India, March 1, 2015; http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/health/Are-you-losing-your-hair-Heres-help/articleshow/46397930.cms.)

“Scalp massages are another preventative measure that has shown some measure of success in preventing thinning hair in females,” he adds. “Massaging either coconut or argan oil into the scalp increases the blood flow, which theoretically infuses hair follicles with the necessary nutrients.”

Robson notes that women can even flip the direction of their hair. It may sound ridiculous, but when hair is flipped the same way over and over, it ends up laying on the scalp. Flipping in a different direction can add volume, Robson explains.

“With all that said, there comes a time when hair thinning or hair loss becomes inevitable and more drastic measures must be taken. But that’s what the Canadian Institute of Hair and Scalp Specialists are here for. We offer clinical treatment for female hair loss with proven results.”

The best way for a female to know if they are a suitable candidate for hair transplant surgery is to visit the Canadian Institute of Hair and Scalp Specialists’ web site at http://www.CanadianHair.ca to make an appointment.







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