Spring is here and the yellow pollen on your cars is a sure sign of it. Spring is a good time to do some cleaning and maintenance in and around the house. So get everybody together and make it a Continue reading →
Something that every homeowner needs to understand about plumbing is how the water is turned off, in case of an emergency. It’s something that you hope you will not need to use, but it’s quite handy to know, just in Continue reading →
In the latest Rent vs. Buy Report from Trulia, they explained that homeownership remains cheaper than renting with a traditional 30-year fixed rate mortgage in the 100 largest metro areas in the United States.
Getting your security deposit back from your landlord after you move may feel like an impossible feat, but it isn’t. Remember that your security deposit is essentially your money, so not all hope is lost when it’s time to move Continue reading →
Problem tenants are a property manager’s worst nightmare. If you’ve been working in the property management space for more than ten years, chances are you have already come across at least a few tenants who fall into these problem categories Continue reading →
Every year, there are many disasters – tornadoes, hurricanes, flooding, and more. Fires can happen anywhere. You never know when something could happen to your residence. Therefore, obtaining renter’s insurance is very important. It is amazing how much Continue reading →