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Thursday, January 13, 2022

Homestead Exemption Changes Effective January 1st, 2022
Property Management Blog
 BEHIND THE SCENEA big change in the Residential Homestead Exemption law took effect January 1 of this year, and it will potentially save new homeowners big time on their 2022 property taxes. So what exactly does this new law mean to you? In short, it means you can now get a residential homestead exemption anytime during the year whe...

Thursday, January 6, 2022

22 Real Estate Facts To Entertain You In 2022
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 BEHIND THE SCENERecently I read an article about intriguing real estate facts. It was so interesting I went to research more facts and found more than I bargained for actually. For example, I discovered “Fun Facts About Real Estate”, Mind-Blowing Real Estate Facts”, “Weird But True Real Estate Facts”, a...

Friday, September 17, 2021

How to convince a landlord to consider your pet.
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BEHIND THE SCENE Let’s face it, landlords don’t always look fondly on leasing to renters with pets. In fact some will give you a stern “no” at the first mention while others will want to know more about your individual pet before making a final decision. Read on to find out some helpful tips that just might sw...

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Why working with an actual realtor makes a difference.
Property Management Blog
BEHIND THE SCENE Realtors bring so much to the table when it comes to a real estate transaction. Obviously they are trained in contracts and negotiation. But did you realize they bring so much more to real estate transactions than experience and legal knowledge? Actual licensed brokers and sales agents are held to Codes of Ethics&mda...

Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Top 6 Home Improvement Projects That Pay Off. (And a few that don’t.)
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BEHIND THE SCENE When it comes to making home improvements to increase the value of your home you’ll want to consider not only what’s important to you, but future potential buyers. You don’t want to spend a fortune on upgrades only to discover you’ve outpriced your market and can’t recoup or profit from ...

Thursday, August 12, 2021

Can You Evict a Relative?
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BEHIND THE SCENE It’s a touchy situation. A family member that has overstayed their welcome at your home. So the question is, if you have asked them to leave and they simply won’t, can you legally evict them?And, if so, does the eviction process become more complicated if you try to evict a relative? Especially if they do...

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Lumber prices are going down, aren’t they?
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BEHIND THE SCENE According to an article by NAHB (National Association of Home Builders), even though the price of lumber has fallen roughly 50% over the past few months, lumber prices paid by builders have only declined a fraction of that amount. The reason? There is a long lag time in the lumber supply chain before price reductions...

Thursday, July 29, 2021

What happens after mortgage forbearance ends?
Property Management Blog
BEHIND THE SCENEDuring the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, when so many were suffering financially, the federal government stepped in and provided mortgage relief to millions by passing the CARES Act. Essentially, the CARES Act allows homeowners to enter mortgage forbearance, temporarily pausing monthly payments. Today millions of homeowners have...

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

3D-Printed Homes. The future is happening now.
Property Management Blog
BEHIND THE SCENENot too long ago, printing a home was more or less a futuristic dream. But now it is a reality that is taking shape fast, thanks to a new wave of 3D-printing technology companies coming forth with solid solutions. Just think. Less time. Less costs. More happy homeowners than ever before. Truly 3D-printing is poised to revo...

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Real Estate Broker vs. Agent: What’s the Difference?
Property Management Blog
BEHIND THE SCENE In real estate, you hear the words “broker” and “agent”, but do you really know what the differences are in terms of education, income, and responsibilities? For starters, a real estate broker is someone who is licensed to own their own real estate firm. They can manage other agents and collec...

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