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  • Thinking About Becoming A First Time Home Buyer? 3 Preparations For The Best Possible Experience

    30 January 2017

    For those who have been renting a home or apartment, the decision to purchase a first home is an exciting time in life. But along with the freedom to paint the walls in your favorite color and plant trees in the yard comes the responsibility for meeting the mortgage payments and paying for repairs when something goes wrong. If you have decided to begin the process of buying your first home, take time to do the following preparations first to make sure that you are truly ready to become a happy homeowner.

  • 3 Tips That Can Help You Find a Dog-Friendly Home

    10 January 2017

    One of the most important things to keep in mind when looking for a home for sale is the suitability of the home for every member of your family, which can often include your pets. Listed below are three tips that can help you find a house that will be a good fit for you and any dogs that you may have. Consider Carpeted Floors While hardwood floors are among the most sought after home features by many people, you may want to consider going with carpeted floors instead if you have dogs.

  • How To Keep Your Dream Of Leasing A Commercial Property From Becoming A Nightmare

    30 December 2016

    Many people dream of being their own boss. Some business owners will start out in their homes and eventually move into larger commercial properties as their businesses grow. But leasing a commercial property can lead to a nightmare if you aren't careful. If you are ready to move your home based business to a commercial property, here are a few important things to consider so your dream doesn't turn into a nightmare.

  • How To Help An Agent Sell Your Property

    14 December 2016

    If you are selling a property, don't sit back and relax after signing a contract with a real estate agent. You also need to participate in the sales process if you want your property to sell fast. Here are four ways in which you can contribute: Be Flexible With Viewings When selling a property, you want as many people as possible to view it since you never know who will eventually buy it.

  • Things To Discuss With Your Tenants When Selling Their Home

    29 November 2016

    When you own an investment property occupied by tenants, you might eventually wish to sell the home. In some cases, the tenants will need to leave the property when you sell it; in other cases, you'll find a buyer who will also use the property as an investment, which means that the tenants will stay. Regardless of the eventual outcome, you need to remember that selling the home should necessitate regular communication with the tenants.

  • 3 Reasons Your Home Isn't Selling And What You Can Do About It

    21 October 2016

    If your home has been on the market for weeks or months without a single offer, you may be wondering what you're doing wrong. While the home selling process can certainly be frustrating, there are a number of things you can avoid doing to ease your frustrations and increase the odds of your home selling. Below are three possible reasons your home may not be selling and what you can do to fix them.

  • Choosing A Real Estate Agency: Why Your Interest In Certain Properties Should Not Be The Deciding Factor

    11 October 2016

    With all of the real estate agencies out there, how do you choose the right one? If you are just buying a house, there are only a few factors that really affect who you choose as your real estate agency and who you work with as an agent. One of those factors should not be your interest in certain properties. Here are the reasons why and how to choose a real estate agency otherwise.