Learn How To Make The Most Of Your Vacation Rental
31 March 2015
Owning a vacation rental property can be a great way to make extra money and have your home paid off in a timely manner. You can rent out your home during times when your family will not be in it and use the money toward the principle on your mortgage loan. Use the following guide to learn a few tips to ensure that you get as many renters as you possibly can to ensure that renting out the home turns out to be a very lucrative endeavor for you.
Tips To Make Your Dog A Perfect Tenant
18 March 2015
According to the Companion Animal Renters Study which was conducted by FIREPAW, Inc., only 9% of available housing allows all companion animals to live onsite without size or breed restrictions. This can make it seem impossible for pet owners to find suitable living arrangements for the entire family. But, there are things you can do to make your own dog a more desirable tenant. With responsible teamwork, you and your pet can be living in a new place in no time.
What Real Estate Agents Want You To Know About Your Credit Score
11 March 2015
A real estate's main job is to show you homes you might want to buy, but their job isn't complete until the sale is finalized. Part of completing the sale is getting you approved for a mortgage, and for that, you need a strong credit score. Here's what they want you to know so that your score is as high as possible.
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4 Things Not To Do When Renting Your First Apartment
29 October 2014
If you are a first time apartment or home renter, or renting as a student, here are four things you definitely do not want to do. Doing these things can lead to costly repairs or just plain hassles down the road. Read on for tips on what not to do, and how you can handle these situations when they arise.
1. Painting/Repairs without Permission
Say you've just moved in to your first apartment or condo, and you hate the color of your bathroom.