3 Reasons Sellers Should Get A Home Inspection

Posted on: 1 September 2016
Most people know that home buyers order a property inspection after an offer is accepted on a house they want to purchase, but many people don't realize that it is a good idea for a seller to get an inspection before listing a house for sale.  A home inspection can be a valuable tool for the seller, and  it can help make the selling process go smoother. Some of the many reasons a seller should order a home inspection include:
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Quiet Time: Dealing With Noise In A New Home

Posted on: 25 August 2016
There's no doubt that buying a new house — one that's completely new and that has never been lived in — can be a special experience. Here's a house that you get to modify as you see fit. However, new houses can also have a noise problem because of both their design and their components. Knowing how to make the house quieter can make your time in the house a lot more peaceful.
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These Tactics Will Make You A Good Landlord Of Your Rental Property

Posted on: 17 August 2016
If you have enough money for a down payment, buying a second home and using it as a rental property can be an effective way to make money. The tenant will essentially be paying the mortgage through his or her rent, which also might be putting a bit of money in your pocket each month. But renting a house is a big responsibility, and it's important that you take an ethical approach to doing so.
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What You Must Know About A Tenant Before Signing A Lease Agreement

Posted on: 9 August 2016
Finding the ideal tenant is the dream of every landlord, yet this can seem like an unattainable goal sometimes. Before you give up and rent your home to someone who doesn't meet any of your top criteria, consider this must-have information you need to know about your tenant. It can help you make a wise decision about whether to rent your property to them. Detailed Credit History Run a credit check on all potential tenants.
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