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5 Tips For Keeping Track Of What Is In Your Storage Unit

14 December 2015
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Self-storage is a booming industry in the United States. About 10.85 million Americans rent a self-storage unit, and of those renting, 52% of people say they plan to rent for a year or more. If you are one of the many Americans planning to utilize long-term self-storage, you should consider forming a plan to keep track of what is in your storage unit. Keeping track of the items that are in your unit can allow you to utilize these items more efficiently, helping you to make self-storage a useful part of your life as opposed to an area to keep items that you never plan to use again. Read More …

Nightmare On Elm Street: What Makes Being A Landlord A Nightmare And How Property Management Can Help

20 November 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Articles

If you're new to the landlord business, you might be in for an unpleasant surprise. There are nuances to this business that can make even the most hardened businessman tuck tail and run. Fortunately for you, you don't have to navigate this maze alone. Hiring the right property manager, such as Condominium Management, can head off the nightmares at the pass and prevent you from losing any equity in your property. Here you'll learn about common complaints from landlords and how a good property manager can help. Read More …

5 Things You’re Better Off Putting In Your Safe Than In A Safe Deposit Box

11 November 2015
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If you're trying to choose between renting a safe deposit box at your bank or buying a sturdy safe for your home, you'll need to keep in mind the kinds of things you'll be storing. In some cases, you're much better off stashing your stuff in a home safe than you are in a bank deposit box. Here are five things you should put in your safe rather than a bank safe deposit box. Read More …

3 Ways To Avoid Getting A Termite Infestation From Second-Hand Furniture

3 November 2015
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Buying second-hand furniture from yard sales or thrift stores is a great way to furnish your home inexpensively, but unfortunately, it can also introduce termites to your home. Termites can hide in second-hand furniture, and once inside your home, they can feed on the wood structure of your home, causing extensive damage. Homeowners with termite infestations need to spend an average of $3,000 to fix the damage, and if you're one of them, your second-hand finds will become a lot more expensive. Read More …

Why Real Estate Investing In 2015 Is Safe & Advice For Choosing Your Investment Strategy

2 November 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Articles

Whether you were once a real estate investor in the early 2000s or not, you have undoubtedly heard of or even had an experience with the US home foreclosure crisis that peaked in 2008. You may wonder why, after that crisis, anyone would invest in real estate in 2015. The truth is that real estate investing is still alive and well, and you can actually make good money doing it as long as you learn from the mistakes made by homeowners and investors that led to to the crisis. Read More …