Are you wondering how much home you can afford?
That's the biggest question most people have when looking to purchase a home.
There are two things to take into consideration when figuring how much you can afford:
Let's explore what this breakdown will look like--and a great tool you can use to make it easier.Read more
Are you planning to relocate your retail store to a different venue? Or perhaps, you're relocating your office to another city? Either way, planning a commercial move is an expensive and stressful endeavor. Regardless of the projected benefits, pulling off a commercial move is hectic and requires meticulous planning.
Even the slightest lack of oversight can cost you thousands of dollars. It is vital to plan every aspect, from packing the expensive equipment to hiring the right moving company. Businesses should start planning at least six months to ensure efficiency.
Keep reading to discover some budget-friendly tips that will prove immensely helpful.Read more
Just as a home's curb appeal may impact a potential buyer's first impression, your vehicle can sway clients as well. While there are many considerations to keep in mind when buying a new car, the impact it has on your career often goes unnoticed. Here's how your car can impact your real estate business.Read more
Flipping 101—you’ve seen it on TV. A variety of popular cable television shows make flipping houses look like a clever and satisfying way to make some money. Such shows portray the ups and downs that go along with the job, and there are never any guarantees in this business. Nevertheless, flipping houses is more than just a fun gamble. It’s a business endeavor that can cultivate real rewards. Here’s how to flip houses for a profit.Read more
After the danger of the COVID-19 pandemic shut down much of the U.S. in the spring, the future looked bleak for all sectors of the real estate market. But as summer approached and states began reopening for business, signs of hope returned in residential, industrial, and commercial real estate.
And that hope continues in surprising ways across the country despite real challenges presented by the virus.Read more
Are you looking to finally take the plunge and upgrade your home from your cozy condo or starter home? There are many things to consider and many questions when buying a home, especially when you're looking to upgrade. Here are some important things to keep in mind when you are thinking of purchasing a move-up home.Read more
Every real estate investor wants happy tenants who pay rent on time and renew their leases. But, they also want their property to remain in good condition. The holiday season can raise issues about tenant responsibilities not to cause damage to rental properties. Landlords can help by issuing reminders to tenants about fire safety, and about damaging walls and doors. Those reminders should be carefully worded to be friendly, and neutral regarding religious observance. Here’s what landlords should know about holiday decorations.Read more
When considering the price of a new home, many first-time homebuyers make the mistake of forgetting to budget for closing costs. Because closing costs often cost the equivalent of roughly two to five percent of a home’s value, such a mistake can place hopeful buyers in an extremely sticky financial situation if they don’t plan properly. To ensure you still have enough money to pay for your down payment when it’s time to seal the deal, remember to budget for some of the main closing costs of purchasing a home.Read more
When it comes to your multi-family rental property, the most important thing to you is the happiness of your tenants. As a result, you’ve spent the last couple of years looking for ways to improve their experience. If you find yourself struggling to come up with new tactics, you’ll love these four ways to increase tenant happiness. Keep reading for the ultimate tenant retention guide.Read more
The yard is an essential part of every household in Abbotsford. Together with the house, it should represent a whole pleasing to the eye and stay in it. To achieve this, it’s necessary to make your yard a corner to relax and spend quality time alone or with friends in the fresh air.
As seen on this page, you can do pretty much by yourself, without spending a single dollar. All you need is time, some devotion, and an idea. But if you're not into landscaping and have no time for that, it's possible to hire a professional to do this work for you.
Hiring a landscaping company can be quite an expensive endeavor. But after you consider the many reasons to hire landscapers, the cost will certainly not be nearly as much as it sounds. Working with these professionals brings many benefits, besides making your dream home (and yard) a reality.Read more