Tips For Selling Your Home In The Winter

Many people prefer to sell their home in the summer, spring, or early fall because the weather is nice and will therefore encourage people seeking homes to actually come out and view the house. However, you might not always be able to sell your home during the nice times of the year because of financial difficulties or a sudden change in circumstances. Here are some tips for successfully selling your home during the winter. Read More 

Less-Common Ways To Boost The Value Of Your Home Before Listing It

When you're interested in listing your home for sale, hiring a real estate agent to work on your behalf can expose you to more clients and, in many cases, get you more money in the sale. Another way to get more money is to tackle some renovations and other projects around the home that can make it more enticing to the prospective buyers who visit during open houses. It's common knowledge that upgrading the kitchen and bathroom can pay off, but there are a number of lesser-known projects that can help you get a greater percentage of your asking price. Read More 

2 Things Buyers Overlook When Shopping For A New Home

Making the decision to invest in a new home can be exciting, but the process of purchasing real estate can be overwhelming as well. Unfortunately, between requests for your credit reports and appointments for walk-through inspections, it can be easy to overlook some basic things that can have a huge impact on your happiness level in your new home in the future. Here are two things you should be watching for as you shop for a new home. Read More 

Just Bought A Home? Go Shopping For Safes

After you go through the extensive process of buying a home, you now have a place to call your own. While you will likely want to go food and furniture shopping to prepare your home for daily life, you should also think about home safety and security, which you can increase in a variety of ways. Shopping for safes is a perfect way to get reliable protection for sentimental or valuable items and important documents. Read More 

Keep Good Tenants In Your Rental Properties By Treating Them With Respect

All property managers have horror stories of tenants that made their lives miserable and left thousands of dollars of damage to the rental unit when they moved. Tenants also have horror stories of neglectful, rude or downright criminal landlords who they couldn't wait to get away from. To attract and keep great tenants, you need to treat them well and show that you appreciate them. Allow Reasonable Alterations to the Rental Units Read More