New Landlord Of A Multi-Unit Building? 2 Decisions To Consider
29 July 2016
If you recently acquired an empty multi-unit apartment building and you've never been a landlord before, you may want to consider hiring a property management service like Taylor Realty. This type of service is experienced in finding suitable tenants for apartment buildings, getting the property ready for occupancy, and managing the property maintenance and repairs. What's left for you to deal with? You'll need to make some important decisions. Here are a few.
Busy Lifestyle? Look For These Features When House Shopping
28 July 2016
When you're looking for the perfect house to call a home, there are so many factors to consider. But beyond finding the right number of bedrooms, a good neighborhood, and a pretty backyard, you need to keep your lifestyle in mind. When you're a very busy person who always has a million things on your to-do list, there are a few home features that will help simplify and streamline your life.
Spouse In A Wheelchair And Purchasing A New Home? Changes You May Have To Make
25 July 2016
If you are purchasing a new home and your spouse is in a wheelchair, the home is likely not already set up to accommodate your spouse. Fortunately, you can make modifications to the house you purchase to turn it into a wheelchair accessible home. Below are some things you will need to change.
One of the main things you will have to change is the width of the doorways. To meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), doors for wheelchairs must have a clear width of at least 32 inches.
Four Common Obstacles To Avoid When Selling Your Home
15 July 2016
Homes for sale in a competitive market need to be up to par with other houses in the area, but should also bring something unique to the table. While renovations and upgrades are important, putting some energy into the actual selling process can entice potential buyers as well. As a seller, here are four common obstacles you should try to avoid during the selling process.
1. Research Home Pricing
If you bought your home a few years back at a high asking price, this might not be a realistic ask in the current market.