Three Home Safety Features You Should Keep Up To Date

ADDED August 18, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Three Home Safety Features You Should Keep Up To Date

In the midst of all the summer activities, there are a few things you should add to your to-do list to keep you and your family safe in your home. Here are three: Fire Extinguishers If you don’t have a fire extinguisher, you should get one. Install one in the kitchen and other areas prone…Read More »

How to Sell for Full Price

ADDED August 18, 2014 0 COMMENTS
How to Sell for Full Price

Often, homeowners try to “test the market” with a higher than fair-market price when first listing their home. That can be a poor marketing strategy. When your agent tries to talk you out of it: Listen! Setting “too high a price” will be too high a price for you to pay in the end. Results…Read More »

Can I Afford to Be a Landlord?

ADDED April 27, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Can I Afford to Be a Landlord?

According to Freddie Mac, the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC), multifamily rent growth should level out to its long-term average performance as interest rates increase. That does not mean that investing in a multifamily property is a bad idea, it just means that the supply and demand conditions are varying by location and adjusting…Read More »

Spring Means Servicing Your Air Conditioner

ADDED April 27, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Servicing Your Air Conditioner

In preparation for warmer summer days, spring is the perfect time to have your air conditioner serviced. With regular service, air conditioning units can continue to function in the most efficient and effective way possible. Neglected units are more costly to run and deliver poorer air-cooling quality. DIY air conditioner maintenance Several components of your…Read More »

Real Estate Terminology: Ratios, the Third in a Series

ADDED March 28, 2014 0 COMMENTS
Real Estate Terminology

In the vocabulary of real estate, various ratios help buyers and mortgage services determine the viability of a purchase. A ratio is a way of expressing the relationship between two values or amounts. Usually, ratios compare how much of one thing there is to another such as a 20 to one student-to-teacher ratio. Expressed as…Read More »