Pickpocket To Picket Fence: How Your Real Estate Agent Can Sell And Find You A Home, In Secret

If you are looking to sell your home and find a new house, there is a typical process to go through. You must fix up your home and make sure to put away any personal effects and decorations that buyers may not find appealing. For the duration that your home is on the market, you need to ensure that home stays in showroom condition. You must also search for a new house and compete with other buyers for the ideal listing. Read More 

2 Things You Should Do Before You Try To Sell Your House

When you decide to sell your house, you might be eager to snap a few shots and find an agent. However, listing your home prematurely might cost you money in the long run. Here are two things you should do before you try to sell your house, and how they can pay off: 1: Get A Pre-Sale Home Inspection If you are like most people, you might save the call to your favorite home inspector until after you go under contract on your new home. Read More 

2 Tips For Finding Your First House

One you've saved up enough money for a hefty down payment, you are ready to start looking for your very first home. Unfortunately, it's common for many people to be unprepared when they start the home buying process. If you are new to real estate, check out these two tips that will help everything go smoothly. Set A Budget You may be tempted by granite countertops, hot tubs, and tons of extra space, but is that all stuff you can afford for your first home? Read More 

New Rental Property Manager? 3 Landscaping Tips

If you are new to managing rental properties, the landscaping may also be new to you. It is important, however, as it can add value to your property. Below are three problems you may have with your tenants when it comes to landscaping, and what to do about these problems. Tenants That Have Pets If you allow pets in your rental properties, you should put something in the lease that pertains to the pets damaging the landscaping. Read More 

Tips For Attracting College Students As Tenants To Your Rental Property

If you own or plan to invest in rental properties, college students can make great tenants. You simply need to know ways to attract them to your property. Some property owners may be hesitant about renting to students because they may envision wild parties. Keep in mind that just as the adult population is versatile and full of people with different personalities, so is the diverse population of college students.  Read More