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Protecting Your Valuables From Moisture In Storage Areas

Storage areas are often overlooked. When you want to buy real estate, it is possible to end up with huge problems as some moisture problems in storage regions are going to lead to structural damage in the future. Unfortunately, it is a little difficult to deal with moisture or identify it. You can use the following tips in order to help you in all situations where moisture could be a problem, ranging from the Westminster storage units to a real estate... [Continue Reading]

8 Reasons Why you should Invest in an Independent Surveyor

Buying property is one of the largest investments you can make. As such, when you want to sell your home, you will do well to harness the expertise of a surveyor to help you estimate the value to be able to set the right asking and final selling price. While most people turn to estate agents for a valuation of their property, it is prudent to consider investing in independent surveyor that is registered by the Royal Institution of Chartered... [Continue Reading]

Real Estate Purchase Contract: Preparing For Signing Day

The purchase of a home or property is one of, if not the biggest purchase many people will ever make. It is a lengthy often stressful situation that must be evaluated and analyzed before a decision is made. The contract involved is our way to protect the transaction as well as ourselves. What exactly should be contained in a purchase contract is extremely important. As the success of the purchase completely depends on it. There are some basics that... [Continue Reading]

7 Things to Consider When Getting Your First Home

Buying a property involves making many big decisions and you need to make the right decisions when buying your first home. Here are seven things to consider when buying your first home, whether that’s an apartment or a house.   1. The Mortgage How much can you afford to borrow and repay? That’s the first question that you’ll need to ask yourself when looking for a property to buy and call home. Securing the mortgage is the... [Continue Reading]

Seven Best Websites for Real Estate Listings in Longueuil

Want to live in beautiful Longueuil? You'll surely find great properties for sale here that suit your needs. But where can you find the best real estate listings in Longueuil? Here are seven websites that are worth visiting: https://duproprio.com In 1997, DuProprio changed the way people buy or sell homes in Quebec. Through its services, numerous Canadians were able and will still be able to sell without commission. Another good thing about the... [Continue Reading]

Discover New Ways to Decorate Your New Condo

Buying new condos for sale doesn’t always mean that you can move in right away. Often the unit isn’t ready yet, and you may have an entire year of waiting ahead of you. But even as you wait, you can still start planning how you will decorate your new home. Here are a few ideas to get you started. First you need to figure out what it needs. If, for example, your new condo doesn’t offer enough storage space, you have to think about... [Continue Reading]

10 Simple Tips to Secure Your Home

Home security is always a big deal, and that’s especially true these days. Even if you’re selling your home, you need to keep security a priority. A few simple rules from experts like real estate pro Louie Santaguida can help you tremendously. Don’t leave your ladder outside. A burglar can use it to get to the top floor of your home. Some may even be brazen enough to use it as a prop when they pretend to be a handyman. Hand your... [Continue Reading]

Pros and Cons of Furnishing a Home Before Selling

Selling your home is never easy and there are about a million reasons why – first of all, you have to say goodbye to the space you’ve lived in, forget about its coziness and familiarity, and leave all your memories behind. Next, you have to find a buyer and negotiate the price, and most people hate the hassle. Finally, you have to prepare your home for potential buyers and you’re faced with a huge decision – whether to furnish... [Continue Reading]

Cut Down Your Moving Costs to New York City

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the US. Mobility and relocation costs are skyrocketing and if you do not act smartly, you will have to spend exorbitant amounts of hard- earned money. Most people hire professional movers to make the challenging task easy whilst some manage the relocation on their own. You can cut down the costs of your big move to NYC by collective usage of your own manpower and a reliable professional moving... [Continue Reading]

Five Scams A Homeowner Should Always Be On The Lookout For

Owning a home is a big responsibility and a big financial burden. It can be hard enough on its own for a lot of people to deal with. You certainly don’t need to have to deal with the risk of getting caught up in a scam. Unfortunately, it happens to thousands of homeowners every year. Being aware of the risk is the best defense you have, so here are some of the scams to keep your eyes out for. Picture by DodgertonSkillhause The renovation... [Continue Reading]

The Housing Market: It's A Game Of Snakes And Property Ladders

Today’s housing market is a disaster for those trying to move up the property ladder. House prices are shooting up like never before in cities all over the country, and God help you if you happen to live in San Francisco. Flickr The result? Today there are thousands of professionals working six days a week who can barely afford accommodation. Most are living in hovels that masquerade as professional apartments. They’re sharing mortgage... [Continue Reading]

Best Online Security Tips for Real Estate Agencies

We are living in a time of data breach such that any time you connect to the internet; you expose yourself to cyber-attacks. Hackers can access different kinds of information from your transactions and policies to your clients’ personal and private information. Every day there are data security breaches, and if they happen to you, they could have a real cost to your firm regarding revenue and reputation. Therefore, every real estate agent... [Continue Reading]