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Preventing Broken Dreams: 5 Tips To Prevent The Theft Of Your New Motorcycle

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Owning a motorcycle is a dream for many people. Unfortunately, this dream can often become a nightmare if your motorcycle is stolen. Considering an estimated 45,000 motorcycle thefts occurred in 2013 alone, understanding the importance of safe storage and theft prevention is essential. Not only will these tasks reduce your risk of losing your dream ride, but they can also save you financially due to expensive purchase price of a motorcycle. Read More»

Avoid Stress By Remembering These Commonly-Forgotten Items During A Move

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Whether you are relocating to a new country for your job or moving across the country to be closer to family, the moving process can be an overwhelming experience. Finding boxes, organizing, packing, cleaning, transporting your belongings, and then unpacking at the new place can wreak havoc on your stress and anxiety levels. During this long process, you will most likely lose or forget one or more things, making your move even more challenging. Read More»

Three Tips For Small Business Owners Looking To Increase Their Store's Security

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As the owner of a small store, your commercial property’s security is vital to ensuring your company remains profitable. Therefore, you must have proper security measures in place in order to prevent burglaries happening when you are off-site. Below are three tips to help increase the security of your store: Take Good Care of Your Keys Despite your best intentions, you’re probably not going to be around everyday to open up your store in the morning and lock up at night. Read More»

Tips For Handling Tenant Complaints Effectively

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If you manage a lot of rental properties, one issue you may encounter is tenant complaints. If you have tenants, there will be some that complain about every little issue they have, and you will need to find a good system to manage and handle all the complaints you receive. As a landlord, you have an obligation to fix all important issues they may have with their units. Here are some tips to help you get a better handle on tenant complaints and necessary repairs, maintenance, and upgrades. Read More»

Four Aspects To Staging The Exterior Of Your Home For Sale

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When selling your home, it is important to prepare, or stage, your home’s exterior in order to make a good first impression upon prospective buyers. When they approach your home, buyers want to feel welcomed and find an instant emotional bond with your home. That is why you should take time to perform a few tasks to help bring about this response. Below are four aspects to staging the exterior of your home to make it as appealing as possible: Read More»