Tips For Acing Your Real Estate License Test

Posted on: 17 October 2016
According to the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials, there are approximately 2 million licensed real estate professionals in the United States. If you're thinking about attending real estate school, are in the middle of classes or are about to graduate, chances are you're thinking ahead to the licensure test. Taking the test can seem overwhelming, especially if you're not prepared or don't know what to expect. Don't get stressed and instead, here are a few simple tips to help you ace your real estate exam:
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Properly Caring For A Berber Carpet

Posted on: 19 September 2016
Many homeowners opt for Berber carpet because they love its neat, pristine look. The closed loops give it a somewhat plush texture without looking fluffy or puffy. But in order to keep your Berber carpet clean and in good condition, you must care for it properly. Many standard carpet-care techniques need to be modified in order to be suited for Berber carpet. You have to avoid fraying the loops and getting products trapped below the carpet's dense, looped fibers.
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Are You New To Being A Landlord? Learn More About Property Issues That Are Real Emergencies

Posted on: 12 August 2016
If you have recently bought your first rental properties, you may be excited and looking forward to earning a passive income. However, if you have purchased property that required repairs and upgrades, taking the time to renovate the property is a good idea. If you have finished your renovations and rented out your property, you need to know about some of the property issues that would be considered a real repair emergency.
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Six Tips For Preventing Online Identity Theft

Posted on: 28 July 2016
Identity theft has quickly become one of the fastest growing crimes, with around 27 million Americans affected over the past five years. By getting your personal information online, cyber criminals can quickly ruin your credit and affect your livelihood. Fortunately, there are ways to protect yourself and your information. By implementing these six simple preventative measures, you can greatly reduce the risk of someone stealing your identity and your money. Avoid Website Redirects
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