How To Get Rid Of An Easement On Your Property

If you are buying a home and find out there is an easement on the property, you may wonder what this means, how this will affect you, and if there is a way to get rid of it. Easements are legal rights that can be found on almost any property, but you will know if a property has one when the title search of the property is conducted. Here are a couple things to understand about easements. Read More 

How To Decorate A Small Apartment Space

Just because your apartment is small doesn't mean you can't fill it with all of your things and furniture too. You can decorate your small space and make it feel like there's much more to it. See below for tips on how to decorate a small apartment space. Keep Furniture To Scale You may not be able to fill your apartment with huge pieces of furniture. You need to keep your furniture scaled to the size of the room. Read More 

Becoming A First-Time Landlord: 3 Things To Watch Out Before Renting To A Potential Tenant

Renting out a unit in a condominium building or a rental property that you own can be a great way to earn some additional income, but it does require some special care to ensure that your new tenants are courteous and responsible. As you prepare for seeking out tenants and begin considering what makes a tenant a good one, it's best to keep the following things in mind. By screening potential tenants more extensively, you'll likely be able to have long-term tenants that you're happy renting to. Read More 

Need A Seller’s Agent? Look For These Qualities

If you are getting ready to sell your house, you'll need a good agent on your side to handle the home selling process. When deciding on an agent, look to see if they have these qualities. They Can Properly Price Your Home One of the best qualities you can find in an agent is if they know how to price a home that is for sale. If a house is priced too high, a home could sit on the market indefinitely while it sits and you pay taxes on it. Read More 

Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Rent Out A Home

Many people favor the idea of generating some extra income by buying a second home and renting it out to tenants. Doing so can certainly be profitable; your tenants will put money toward the mortgage of the property and in a matter of years, you'll have the property paid off. This will allow you to either sell the home at a profit or continue renting it out — and pocketing the rent check each month. Read More