Quit Your Job and Choose Real Estate Investing



You’ve been seriously thinking about investing in real estate for several years but the time never seems right. Today, prices appear to be too high and there isn’t much inventory too choose from. A couple of years ago, the market was uncertain

Weekend Project: Tile Backsplash



For even the greenest of weekend workers, tackling a tile backsplash in your kitchen can be one of the most manageable and rewarding home improvement projects. A tile backsplash adds color, character, and eases clean-up in any kitchen.

Five Ways to Stop Small Real Estate Site Suffering



We are living in a world where online and mobile content is more valuable than that which we see on the television or hear on the radio. Yet there are many small real estate companies that haven’t seemed to grasp the concept “digital”, or even of the 21st century. As smart phones become more prevalent, it’s fair to ask the question; “why haven’t these small companies realized the importance of creating a stronger digital presence?”

Should Your American Dream Home Be New or Used? (Infographic]



When the time to buy into your American Dream comes, there will be loads more decisions to make before the dealing is done on your home buying experience. Not the least of the decisions you’ll have to make, deciding on buying a new or used home has its share of pluses and minuses to consider.

Choosing a Real Estate Attorney



Throughout the course of your real estate investment career you will inevitably need the guidance of a qualified attorney. Getting the right lawyer is crucial to you, and you have several options when choosing an attorney which include investing in a pre-paid legal plan online or hiring a local attorney in your area.

Why Do People Have Housewarming Parties?



Traditionally, if you were moving house, you would throw a housewarming party for your friends and family. Now days this is a social event for friends and family to get together and enjoy each others company, however a housewarming party used to be more about friends and family helping you move into your new house. People would help you bring your furniture in and put it all in place, help decorate certain areas of the house and help you get settled in. As a thank you, you would provide food and drink, creating a small party atmosphere.

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