Tips For Personalizing Your Rental Home Without Upsetting Your Landlord

Posted on: 5 August 2016
One of the most common challenges that renters face is the inability to really personalize their living space by painting the walls or making other significant changes. If you've recently rented a new home, you may have asked your landlord about repainting only to be discouraged. That doesn't mean that you cannot personalize the space with more temporary measures. Here are some tips to help you make the space your own without lasting changes that will cost you your security deposit.
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What Do You Do When The House Of Your Dreams Is For Sale But You're In A Lease?

Posted on: 31 July 2016
Sometimes the right home just comes along at the wrong time. If you weren't intending to look at homes for sale for another year or so, but the market in your ideal residential area happens to be right or the home of your dreams is suddenly up for sale, you may have a big complication: the lease on the place you live now. Should you break your lease to buy a home?
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Four Mistakes To Avoid When Buying Commercial Real Estate Properties

Posted on: 22 July 2016
If you are thinking about investing in commercial real estate, this can be a sound business decision. The buying process all starts with vetting the right properties to purchase depending on your personal situation. Here are four mistakes you should try to avoid when looking into commercial real estate properties to purchase. 1. Watch out for Up-and-Coming Neighborhoods While you might find a steal on commercial properties on offer for office spaces or buildings zoned for a specific market, if the neighborhood is less than ideal, you might have a hard time with an immediate start up.
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A Checklist For Buying Vacant Land

Posted on: 28 June 2016
Investing in vacant land can be a great real estate idea, but it does take some know-how to navigate a finished product. If you are new to developing vacant land, here are some things that you must do when contemplating a land purchase.  Visit the Land First The first thing to do is conduct a visual inspection of the piece of land. There is only so much information that can be conveyed in a listing or description of the property.
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