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How Having A Cosigner Can Help You Rent An Apartment

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If you recently got your first real job and are ready to move out of your parents’ house, you will probably want to find an apartment to rent. Because you are young, you might not have any credit established yet, and this might present problems renting an apartment on your own. If you run into this problem, you could consider using a cosigner to get an apartment to live in. Here are a few things you may want to know if this is something you are considering doing. Read More»

Tips for Attracting Home Buyers Using Pinterest

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Social media is a limitless resource when you have real estate for sale. Home sellers need to take their responsibilities on social media very seriously because the right posts can ultimately help them get top dollar for their home by attracting the right buyers at the right time. Pinterest is not as frequently utilized as other social media websites and apps for real estate marketing, but it can be a great place to connect with home buyers who are looking online to pin the perfect attributes of their dream home. Read More»

2 Ways To Find Your Perfect Bug-Out Property

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If you are worried about the way the world is going and that the time may come that you have to have a safe place for your family, you are going to need to be able to find that safe place. After all, it’s not like there are going to be survival properties just anywhere. If there were, that would sort of defeat the purpose. There are things that you can do to help find a good site and determine if it is a good site for you. Read More»

Was Your Home Involved In A Crime? What Are Your Sales Options And Obligations?

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In some cases, the notoriety behind a home in which a death or crime took place can lead to endless marketing options – from the asking price of nearly $5 million for the home in which the unsolved Black Dahlia murder took place to the comparably more modest $850,000 asking price for the house behind the Amityville murders, legendary crimes can carry hefty price tags. However, there are many homes in which much less marketable deaths and criminal activities can make sale difficult. Read More»

Using Super Glue To Extract A Broken Key? Here's What You'll Need To Know

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Imagine trying to unlock your door using your key, only to hear and feel that tell-tale snap. Pulling out the nubby remnants of your once-trusty key can be a heartbreaking feeling. Desperate times call for desperate measures and one of those measures involve using super glue to extract the broken remains of your house or car key. However, there are a few rules to using this method and ignoring them could land you in even more trouble. Read More»