Archive for February, 2011

Natural Cleaning In The Bathroom

To many minds, the bathroom is the place where the greatest amount of bacteria lurk, whether or not your toilet is located in the bathroom itself or elsewhere. The bathroom often looks the tackiest, what with soap and toothpaste smears everywhere, gray soap scum on the taps and rings around the bath. And it can [...]

Tips to Ensure Your Home Wont Sell

There are thousands of articles written furnishing tips of how to sell a house. But what if you want to list your home, just for fun, but don’t want it to sell, then what? It seems like some “sellers” don’t really want their homes to sell, here are some of the steps they use . [...]

What You Need To Know About Bank Owned Homes

In 75% to 80% of the instances bank owned properties are some of the finest values in today’s housing industry.  The main reason is because the asset supervisor who is dealing with the properties wants to get it off the books inside two to 4 weeks so they are normally quite motivated to get an [...]

Kitchen Remodels: What to Consider Before Starting

A kitchen remodel is an exciting proposition.  There are many things to consider—and frankly—fun things to decide.  Decisions have to be made about cabinets, countertops, appliances, a shiny new faucet and flooring to name a few.  Unfortunately, like most home betterment projects, there are some things to consider before starting kitchen remodels. “Home is where [...]

The Difference Between Tied and Whole Market Mortgage Advisers

It’s a bit astounding when nearly all people learn this, but mortgage specialists are not all created equal.  When you seek out the type of mortgage comparison that only mortgage brokers can provide, you might have absolutely no clue that there are two separate and distinct types of advisers with whom you can deal.  And [...]

Commercial Loan Review

The owner of a commercial property, such as a shopping center, strip mall, apartment complex, office building and multi-tenant building, can collaborate with the bank or lender for a possible commercial loan modification.  The changes to the commercial loan may cause a reduction in the interest rates, the lengthening of the loan term,  interest-only payments [...]

Some Information About Foreclosed Properties For Sale

The number of repossessed or foreclosed properties for sale has increased during these last two years or so, providing a vast amount of choices for home buyers who cannot afford regular-priced homes. Repossessed properties are far cheaper than new or existing homes, hence they are popular among home buyers. Repossessed houses are residences that were [...]

Rental – 131A Crescent, San Francisco, CA

Remodeled with new kitchen, bath, and hardwood floors.   Studio/1BA Apartment $1,350/month Bedrooms Studio Bathrooms 1 full, 0 partial Sq Footage Unspecified Parking None Pet Policy No pets Deposit $2,000 DESCRIPTION Excellent like new studio apartment with newer kitchen, bath and floors. This unit is the lower smaller unit in a single family Victorian home. [...]

What to Do if You Experience a Flooded Basement

While no one can predict when a flood might happen to your basement, or anyone’s basement for that mater, it’s best to be prepared with a flood protection plan in case you are suddenly stuck with a flooded basement. First, it’s a good idea to keep all furnace and AC units on the first floor [...]

1890 26th Ave, San Francisco, CA

Classic Doelger home, steps from Sunset Reservoir, and a block away from Noriega dining and shopping.  Original condition, mid-century classic with “eat-in kitchen”, sunlight and rare Open Space views. 2BR/1BA Single Family House offered at $670,000 Year Built 1939 Sq Footage 1,100 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 full, 0 partial Floors Unspecified Parking 2 Car garage [...]