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3 Things to Consider When Investing in a Ranch

Owning a ranch can be incredibly exciting, fulfilling, and profitable, especially if you intend on passing the ranch and its traditions onto your children and hope to have it in your family for many generations. However, this type of investment is not one that you should take lightly, as there are many responsibilities that come with the ranching profession. When making a large purchase like this, it is crucial that you do your due diligence from the get-go. Read More 

How To Handle Real Estate Contract Contingencies

All homes have their quirks and buyers shouldn't expect perfection as they view homes on the market. While minor imperfections should probably be overlooked, larger issues may need to be addressed. The way to deal with major repair problems is by using the contingency clause. In addition to items that need repairing, contingencies also serve a number of related needs. Read on to find out more about contingencies in your real estate contract. Read More 

Need A New Home? Why Townhome Living Is Right For You

Looking for a new house can be both fun and challenging. It's great to tour different properties and see the great features that are now available on the market. Choosing the kind of house that you want is part of the journey because it plays a big part in determining how much you will enjoy your next home. While condominiums might tickle your fancy and a single-family house could be calling your name, there is nothing quite like a townhome. Read More 

Is Selling Your Home “As-Is” The Right Decision For Your Unique Situation?

If you need to move as soon as possible and don't have the money in your household budget to do many repairs, then you may be tempted to list your home "as-is" or as a "fixer-upper." Although you may be tempted to call up a local realtor and say, "Sell my home as-is so I can get out of this money pit," you need to think through the process before you choose this option. Read More 

What Can You Expect With A New Property Management Service?

Your property management services are changing. What can you expect when they do? A shift in property management services can be anything from disruptive to seamless. Here's how you can make the process easier on yourself.  Check In Early On You should be notified well in advance of any changes in the property management service. Check in with the new company early to introduce yourself and to find out what changes may be made. Read More 

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Real Estate Tips from a New Homeowner

While some people "wing it" when purchasing their first home, I went about the process differently. I put a lot of research into home market trends before even deciding where I would like my new home to be located and learned about all of the steps of the buying process. Once I was ready to start looking at homes, I hired a real estate agent who was very impressed with all the knowledge I had accumulated about the home-buying process before I even owned my first home! I love learning, so I actually greatly enjoyed learning all about real estate, and I am still keeping on top of the latest real estate news and trends since I know they will come in handy when I decide to upgrade into a larger home in the future. I decided to help others by sharing what I have learned on a blog!

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3 Things to Consider When Investing in a Ranch
13 September 2019

Owning a ranch can be incredibly exciting, fulfill

How To Handle Real Estate Contract Contingencies
2 September 2019

All homes have their quirks and buyers shouldn't e

Need A New Home? Why Townhome Living Is Right For You
16 August 2019

Looking for a new house can be both fun and challe

Is Selling Your Home "As-Is" The Right Decision For Your Unique Situation?
28 July 2019

If you need to move as soon as possible and don't

What Can You Expect With A New Property Management Service?
17 July 2019

Your property management services are changing. Wh