Short sale California transactions and the homeowner who needs to unload a home which is now worth far less than what is owed on it is now an increasingly common phenomenon in many parts of the state. This is due to the severe drop-off in home sales since the economy went into recession about 18 or so months ago, and the fact that many homeowners are sitting on mortgages whose rates are about to readjust Continue Reading →
It is a big issue to find a suitable renter to put your property. It is not very simple to find a good renter on whom you can put your property and trust to rent. You can do it easily with the help of a manager. He can easily find a renter and rent your properties. The peoples who deal with the managing remain regularly in contact with the tenants. They can give ideas concerning their background and financial status. Continue Reading →
It is very important to maintain a proper office and its administrative details in order to run a successful business. However, it turn out to be very difficult to concentrate on the business flow if you are bogged down by the details of running your office and ensuring proper administrative and establishment facilities. Therefore, it becomes necessary to opt for a serviced office to ensure Continue Reading →
I remember being a first time homebuyer in 1992… those were the days, my friend. Although it was a “seller’s market”, the most a homeowner would do to tart up their house was to boil some sprigs of mint over the stove to control the odour of the kitty litter right beside the fridge. And in the beach, people still fought over these houses. We paid $1000 over asking on a semi-detached on Waverley Rd that had wall-to-wall Continue Reading →
The Hollywood Hills is probably the closest thing you can ever get to Hollywood. And for most affluent families these days, leasing a mansion in the Hollywood Hills is the closest they can get to becoming neighbors with the likes of Paris Hilton and Ryan Philippe.
Hollywood Hills is the unofficial label for the part of Los Angeles from the eastern portion of the Santa Monica Mountains up to the Los Feliz Continue Reading →
What do your tenants need in a retail property? It’s an interesting and essential question to ask, and sometimes we really do not focus enough on getting an answer.
When you know what tenants need, the strategy you adopt can strengthen your property tenancy mix and performance for the landlord. The landlord wins when the tenants have a stronger business and trade.
When you own, Continue Reading →
Bills, Bills and More Bills
Rent isn’t the only payment that is due every month. Phone bills, Internet bills, cable bills, hydro bills, gas bills… these can all add up quickly, especially if you’re moving into a bachelor apartment and have to cover the costs by yourself.
Some apartments are considered “all-inclusive” – that is, these extra payments are included in your rent. This Continue Reading →
We all are quite well aware of the liquidity in global conditions. Thousands of people have one thing in their mind, and that is how to pay their mortgage next month. Homeowners face difficult situation of how to pay their bills when grabbed in financial crises that drains their pocket. Paying increasing bills and then looking after the families is becoming a daunting task. Many of such Continue Reading →
So you are considering selling your own home and forgoing use of a real estate agent? Here are two examples, neither is inclusive but might provide information for consideration.
Example One: The market is great; you live in an area where homes are selling very quickly. In fact all the homes look exactly alike because the builder had no imagination or it reduced his initial cost to build, Continue Reading →
A big step in every young adult’s life, taking the plunge and striking out on your own, renting you’re first apartment can be confusing, intimidating, and downright hard. Your first apartment will be a learning experience, and with the right outlook, a fun one!
Most experts will tell you when looking for an apartment for rent; the rent should be no more than 25-30% of your annual income. While you might Continue Reading →