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Save On Your Energy Bill While Keeping Cool

August 11, 2020

Unless you have a payment plan set up where you pay the same amount every month, summer is generally a dreaded time to get your energy bills. Costs go way up and it’s mostly the cooling system to blame. We have some tips and tricks for you to save on your energy bills, while keeping […]


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7 Common Mistakes First Time Landlords Should Avoid

June 10, 2020

If you have a living space you are not using; you may have thought about renting it out. This something more and more people are doing, with 36.6% of households renting their homes in 2020. And while being a landlord can have many benefits, like a steady income and use of unused space, it isn’t […]


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DIY Home Renovations Gone Wrong

June 3, 2020

Are you tired of looking at the same old walls, especially after being locked in your house for the past couple of months? Purchased a fixer-upper? We all want to make changes at some point. Maybe it’s something as simple as painting the master bedroom a new color, or finally getting around to tearing down […]


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What’s Ahead For Real Estate As Safer-At-Home Restrictions Expire?

May 27, 2020

As many state governors shift to fewer restrictions under “safer-at-home” guidelines, what does this mean for how real estate businesses can operate?  Some states classified real estate leasing, buying, and selling as an essential service. In other states, real estate activities became “non-essential” to how local economies would function in the short term. And in […]


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How Property Managers Plan to Manage Rentals Post COVID-19

May 13, 2020

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic drastically affected the financial situations of residential and commercial tenants. What does that mean for property managers and landlords, and how might they change their operations moving forward? Landlords Must Review Stipulations About Rent Increases and Evictions The coronavirus pushed some legislators to pass regulations barring landlords from taking some actions […]


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Important Documents You Should Have If You’re A Landlord

May 6, 2020

Documents are often an overlooked thing in many areas. How often do you get a bill, invoice, or receipt of some sort and then just kind of pile it up on top of other documents you’ve received? The only time people think about the collections of documents is during tax season. As someone who spent […]


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10 Things NOT To Do Before Closing

April 29, 2020

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So you’ve been pre-approved for your first mortgage loan, and you’ve found the perfect starter home. Your offer was accepted, the home inspection passed and your loan officer locked you in at a favorable rate. You likely think you’ve all but sealed the deal. You won’t officially be a homeowner for another 30 days, give or […]


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Landscaping and Curb Appeal

April 22, 2020

This is the time of year when people start going out more, especially if they live in areas that receive snow during the winter. At least this used to be the time when people started going out more. Even if you are self-isolating, you can still go outside in your yard to get some natural […]


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Redecorating With Items You Already Own

April 15, 2020

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  Right now, many of us are spending a lot of time inside our homes. And, if you’re anything like me, you’ve reached the point where you’ve noticed things about your home that you might not have before, and it’s starting to get to you. While I do have some larger projects that I want […]


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Mortgage Relief Might Not Be the Relief You Think

April 8, 2020

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We are currently living in unprecedented times, which is affecting all aspects of our lives. Besides our health, our finances are a cause for worry. While some people are worried about rent, others are worried about their mortgage payments, and the fear of losing their houses. With the newly enacted CARES Act, federally backed mortgages […]


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