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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Stylishly Smaller And Retirement-Ready: Finding The Right Real Estate For Your Active Senior Lifestyle

Posted on: 11 July 2016
It was great having a big house and yard in the suburbs when you were raising a family and pursuing a rewarding career. But now that the kids are off on their own and retirement is approaching, it's very noticeable how much of your time – and money – is spent maintaining the large property. So you've made the decision to sell and move into a smaller, more manageable place where you can enjoy your retirement years.
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Buying In -- 5 Ways To The Find The Right Location For Your First Home

Posted on: 22 June 2016
As a first-time home buyer, it can be daunting to try to figure out where you want to make such a major investment. Everyone knows the old real estate adage, "location, location, location." But what does that mean for you? Here are 5 location-picking tips for any budget. Research the neighborhood. A lot of information can be found online nowadays to help you select a good neighborhood. Crime statistics, ownership demographics, income information and purchase vs selling prices can all be found with some internet digging.
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