Buying A Home At Auction: Tips And Tricks To Guide You

Posted on: 19 December 2016
Buying a home at auction can be a great way to save. While many homes bought at auction do need some work, you'll still probably end up spending less on the house and updates than you would on a standard listed home. However, there are some intricacies to the real estate auction process that can make it challenging for first-time auction buyers to navigate. If you're looking to save big on real estate by buying at auction, following these tips will help.
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Commercial Locksmith: 3 Things You Need to Do After the Store Keys Break While Still in the Lock

Posted on: 8 November 2016
Businesses are prime targets for burglaries, as they store many products that can be easily sold for a profit later on. Small businesses located in low-income urban areas are particularly vulnerable, and businesses that have been burglarized once will be more likely to get burglarized again. There are many different ways and security options you can choose from to protect your business. At the very least, you should install locks on all entrances.
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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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