New Homebuyer Tip: How To Inspect The Rafters In The Attic Crawl Space Of An Old House
17 June 2016
Old homes typically cost mush less than newly built homes and can be an attractive option for people and couples on a limited budget. The biggest concern is the condition of the house. A house in heavy disrepair could turn into a money pit and could end up costing you a lot more money than you had planned on spending. The two most important areas to look for potential trouble are the attic and the basement.
Three Reasons Why You Should Hire A Property Manager To Manage Your Rental Property
8 June 2016
Owning a rental property can serve as a great source of recurring income. When you own a rental property, there are quite a few mundane aspects that must be taken care of in order for your home to be as rentable as it can possibly be. If you have a hectic life that limits your free time or live far away from the property, consider hiring a property manager to manage the property for you.
Selling Your Home And It Was Appraised Too Low? What You Can Do About It
27 May 2016
If you are selling your home, you want to get the most money you can out of it. One factor that determines the price of your home is the appraisal. If you had your home appraised and they showed you a figure much lower than what you anticipated, below are some reasons why low appraisals happen and what you can do about it.
How an Appraisal Works
An appraiser uses two different methods to come to the value of your home.
Retail Store Owners: How To Protect Your Employees From Robbery
22 May 2016
If you own a convenience store, clothing store or other type of store, you might worry about things like robbery. After all, if you have cash registers in your store, there is always the chance that a criminal will be tempted to rob your business. If you're wondering how you can cut down on this risk and protect both your employees and your business, consider these helpful tips.
Install Surveillance Cameras