Archive for April, 2011

Moving Mistakes You Can Avoid

Moving to a new home can sometimes be complicated especially if you have never moved before . Everything needs organizing and planning ahead with coordination so you will be able to know what help you will need to get done .  This will also save you some extra money with your move . The first thing that you will do is to decide […]

Budget-Friendly Coverage and a Home Insurance Estimate

A home insurance estimate can be educational to the new homeowner.  Obviously the homeowner needs to protect the home they live in, but quite a few are not aware they will need to look at insuring other permanent fixtures on the property;  things like garages, storage buildings , and fences. In case of unexpected damage, […]

Being Eco Friendly at Home

Living a more eco friendly or sustainable lifestyle is quickly becoming a very hot topic for many Americans. Not only is this a matter of saving the earth, it is also a matter of being frugal, too. Kids aren’t cheap and recycling and reusing are great ways to help save the Earth and save money. […]

Rental Property Maintenance

Upkeep on the rental property can be a confusing issue. Renters may possibly mistakenly assume all maintenance may be the responsibility of the leasing representative and upkeep employees but this really is normally not true. In a lot of situations the leasing representative and repair employees are liable for sustaining the typical areas and performing […]

Worth a Look

for those who are interested in  “what is good for the R.E. consumer.” Behind the Curtain: Will Inman News survey expose need for RE reforms? While consumers may have more information at their fingertips than ever before about for-sale homes and real estate transactions, some consumers remain misinformed or in the dark about the intricacies […]

Commercial Building Classes To Know is to Economically Lease Office Space!

It is important to know the class of a building as it pertains to leasing commercial office space. What does the category of a building tell a potential client? Basically, it is a somewhat subjective breakdown of commercial buildings by different standards that can indicate how desirable this property is to both tenants and lenders. […]

Broker’s Worst Nightmare

from the RE Insider The FBI and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) investigated a fraud scheme that defrauded lenders of more than $20,000,000.  As a result, ten people have been indicted. The indictment focused on David Marshal Crisp and Carlyle Lee Cole who owned and operated Crisp and Cole Real Estate. Along […]

Finding A Terrific Area To Invest In

When people being to think about property investing, they usually start off by wondering where they should invest. There are many personal decisions that come with this thought. For example, it is always a good idea to buy investment properties close to where you can best manage them from. In addition to this, you’ll need […]

Selling Your Own Home? – What Buyers are Looking For

When looking for a new house to buy, you may get caught up in all the little intricacies of the house itself. But just as important is the area in which you purchase your property. Unless you can purchase a house on a distant island somewhere, the neighborhood itself will dictate how comfortable you feel […]

Be the change: lead by example

Each and every individual has the power to generate a variation. It will take only a solitary change. A change in attitude, lifestyle, habit, anything. There’s no knowing how much impact it could have on the planet. Mahatma Gandhi stated, “Be the change you want to see in the world” simply because at the end […]