What You Should Include In Your Real Estate Listing

Posted on: 16 June 2020

When you select a real estate agent to help you sell your home, they will write a listing for your home. You can have input in this listing if you want, and you may want to spend some time researching what to put in a listing before you help the agent write it. The listing for your home will attract people to your house or push them away from it. Therefore, you must carefully consider what you place in the listing.
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4 Terms To Fully Understand If You're Investing In Commercial Real Estate

Posted on: 15 June 2020

Whether you are buying commercial real estate specifically for the purpose to embellish and resale or you are looking to invest in properties you can lease to prospective business owners, you must be an educated buyer. Part of being an educated buyer is getting familiar with some of the common terms used in commercial real estate listings and transactions. Here are a few of the important terms to get familiar with as you set out on your business venture.
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How To Choose The Right Home Inspection Service For You

Posted on: 12 June 2020

You most likely know that it's a good idea to hire a home inspector to check out any home you are thinking of buying. Some buyers will hire the inspector once they find a home and put in an offer, but that's not necessarily the best idea. In fact, it's a good idea to hire a home inspection service before you make any offers and have them check out the houses that you are most interested in.
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Rules You Can Expect When Moving Into A Student Apartment

Posted on: 10 June 2020

Student apartments are a nice alternative to rooms in a dorm. These apartments give you more privacy, a more complete living space, and a place to live off-campus. Nevertheless, student apartment rentals can come along with certain rules.  Expect there to be rules about overnight guests.  Of course, there will be times when you may want a friend or relative to stay overnight with you at your apartment. However, there may be stipulations in the lease about how long an overnight guest can stay at the apartment.
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