3 quick condo upgrades before hosting guests
Sep27

3 quick condo upgrades before hosting guests

When preparing to have guests over to your home, it normally seems as though there are a million things to do beforehand. Whether you are hosting a holiday dinner for the family, a birthday party for the kids or a casual dinner party with friends, it is not difficult to become overwhelmed with all that goes into the planning and preparation process. In addition to the food, guest list, music, entertainment and everything else that...

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New construction mistakes – choices I wish I hadn’t made
Sep27

New construction mistakes – choices I wish I hadn’t made

It’s been a year since we moved into our new home and we love it! It may still be mostly empty and in need of some serious decoration, but I’m hoping to get to that more this year. It took us a year full of agonizing over decisions and determining what we wanted, needed, and could live without. There are so many choices to be made when you build a home, so I thought I would share some of the decisions I made, that I wish I hadn’t, to...

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How to become a full-time real estate investor
Sep26

How to become a full-time real estate investor

Many people dream of becoming a full-time real estate investor. However, making enough money or feeling comfortable enough in the real estate business to quit your job isn’t easy. I have been a full-time real estate investor and agent for over 15 years. I love going to work on Mondays because every day is different and exciting. I also have complete control of what I do because I own my own business as a real estate investor. Real...

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The hidden costs of buying a new home
Sep23

The hidden costs of buying a new home

After months/years of hard work, you were finally able to save enough make down payments and then offset the rest through mortgage. But wait a minute – do you even know that certain hidden charges come with buying a home and are you prepared to pay them? You will have to pay for home appraisal and the money would be used to evaluate the real value of the property you intend buying. You wouldn’t want to overpay for the property, and so...

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