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Buying A Luxury Home: Four Things To Consider

26 April 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Luxury homes offer the height of convenience and comfort, but finding the right property to meet your needs may take a little bit of hard work on your part. Here are just some of the many things you'll need to take into consideration as you begin your search for luxury homes for sale. Go Beyond Online Online real estate websites have made the process of shopping for a home easier, but you may find it difficult to locate luxury homes through these sites. Read More …

How To Tell It’s Mold You’Re Looking At

24 April 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Some people see mold all the time and never know that's what they're looking at. There's various types of mold, and it doesn't all look the same. In general, if you see dark spots, splotches, or other discoloration, there's the possibility of mold. Discoloration can occur for any number of reasons. Here's how you can tell it's mold you're looking at. Is Seeing Believing? Mold inspectors can pull out a magnifying glass and look at the actual structure of the stain to tell if it's mold or not. Read More …

Looking For An Apartment? Why You Should Look At Luxury Apartments

20 April 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Renting an apartment is a smart choice if you do not plan to live in your area for a long time. When looking at apartments, you will find many types. One type you will find is luxury apartments. They may be more expensive when compared to other apartments, but with everything they have to offer, this expense may be well worth it. Keep reading so you can decide if a luxury apartment would be right for you. Read More …

3 Primary Advantages Of Buying A Home That Is A Part Of A Home Owner’s Association

17 April 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Homes in gated or close-knit communities are always attractive for buyers looking for an ideal place for their family to land, but often times if a residential property is listed as being a part of a home owner's association (HOA), a buyer will go the other direction. Even though buying a home that is part of an HOA offers a wealth of advantages, many buyers only see the yearly HOA fees and are immediately turned off. Read More …

3 Application Screening Mistakes to Avoid as a Landlord

12 April 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

One way to increase your resident retention rate is to ensure the tenants you are moving into your property are likely to stay. Tenants who have a solid history of meeting their obligations should be your target. The screening process gives you an opportunity to learn enough about a potential tenant to determine if he or she fits your criteria. To increase the chances of landing good tenants, avoid these screening mistakes. Read More …