Have These 7 Steps Completed Prior to Your Next Tenant Moving In

Posted by blogger // August 2, 2017

There is a big difference between a good landlord and a great one. In most cases it is the little things you do that make all the difference. By going the extra mile, even when you don’t have to, you will have a happier tenant that respects you and the property. A happier tenant is […]

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Passive Income Through Rental Properties … Why You Should Hire Property Management

Posted by blogger // July 12, 2017

One of the most difficult business dilemmas is whether to pay for a task you know you can do. Even though you can save some money by doing it yourself it is important to ask what you are giving up to do so. This is a popular question with rental property owners. Rental property management is […]

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How To Honor The Deceased

Posted by Patricia Allen // June 14, 2017

You’ll never understand the pain of losing someone until you actually do, and when you do, it’s always hard to get over it. So when friends and relatives of the deceased come together and have a memorial, it reminds one of the infallibility of human existence. That even though we die, we live through the […]

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Steps To Discussing End Of Life Planning

Posted by Patricia Allen // May 24, 2017

It is without a doubt everyone’s wish that their end of life come natural and peaceful, however very few people want to discuss this act in life nor their desires of how they would like their final moments handled. Discussing your end of life seems an extremely difficult task and dreaded topic, but it most […]

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Trust & Wills

Posted by Patricia Allen // May 3, 2017

You have worked hard for your money and made every effort to save and invest. Because of this, it is only natural that you would want some control over what happens to your estate after you die. Some of the estate-planning tools you can use to achieve this goal include trusts and wills. Here is […]

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Don’t Be Your Family’s Lasting Burden, Organize Your Estate Before You Die

Posted by Patricia Allen // April 12, 2017

The last thing anyone wants to do when grieving the death of a loved one is trying to determine what to do with the remaining possessions and financial obligations. While you want to ensure that the wish of your loved one is acted upon, this time can often create a great deal of chaos, misunderstanding […]

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How To Sell Your Property In a Divorce

Posted by Patricia Allen // March 22, 2017

A divorce is not always a pleasant affair. However, it usually becomes a necessary stage in the life of many couples. When it happens, the family home is, in many instances, the first asset to fall on the line. One of the divorcing spouses may buy out the other. Nevertheless, some people cannot afford it. […]

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Buying Out Your Spouse’s Property Interest

Posted by Patricia Allen // March 1, 2017

Real property, such as the house, can represent one of the biggest problems in settling a divorce. While shared property is not an issue while the couple is married, it can be complicated to continue joint ownership after the marriage. There are just too many rights and responsibilities when it comes to owning property for […]

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Alternative Selling Options For Divorce Clients.

Posted by Patricia Allen // February 8, 2017

The biggest asset in many people’s lives and the most special place for any family usually their home. When a family breaks apart, the property is usually a focal point during any divorce settlement. During this time, one or both of the partners will also have to decide on where to go next and this […]

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Empathy For Sellers Going Through Divorce.

Posted by Patricia Allen // February 1, 2017

If you’re going through a divorce, chances are you’re already experiencing a great deal of stress and upheaval. From the sale of your home to dividing personal items, determining custody issues and, of course, managing the emotions that are a normal part of ending a marriage. Working with a real estate professional who understands what […]

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