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Home Renovations Gone Haywire #3: A Little Close for Comfort

July 26, 2021

Here’s another example of a home renovation gone haywire.   Or, perhaps this is a great way to put on your makeup while you … This was in a hotel room.   Have you ever been in a hotel room like this? Many thanks to https://www.daily-stuff.com/home-renovation-goes-wrong


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Garage or Storage Area?

July 7, 2021

Here’s another example of a home renovation that went haywire. Is this a garage, or a storage area? Many thanks to https://www.daily-stuff.com/home-renovation-goes-wrong


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Problem Eviction? Try Cash For Keys

July 7, 2021

So what do you do when a “normal” check-out scenario clearly won’t work with your current tenant? i.e. He/she is months behind on rent, you are going through the eviction process or there is animosity so great that the best course of action is to get the tenant moved out ASAP no matter the current […]


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Home Renovations Gone Haywire

June 18, 2021

My wife shared an absolutely hilarious website that shows really weird home renovations.   Over the next several posts, I’ll share some of these.    I’d love to get your reactions.  If you know of other home renotations that defy understanding, feel free to share them with us in the reply box below. The first genius […]


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The Challenges of Selling an Inherited Home

June 10, 2021

Dealing with an inherited property or a property in probate can be one of the most difficult and time-consuming processes you can go through. Because of the many laws and red tape associated, an inherited property can take months before the title changes hands. When it finally does, you can be left with a property […]


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Traditional Listing or Cash Buyers … Which is Better?

May 3, 2021

Most homeowners have experience working with a realtor to buy or sell a home.   If they are selling a home, the realtor or agent lists their home on the Multiple Listing  Service (MLS).  When a buyer sees the home on the MLS, the buyer’s realtor (if any) contacts the seller’s realtor, the sale is arranged […]


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Is tenant damage covered under your insurance policy?

April 28, 2021

While intentional tenant damage and normal wear and tear are normally not covered, there are other considerations when buying insurance for a rental property.   The National Real Estate Insurance Group has a great article on how to correctly insure your rental property.


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Attract Butterflies with a Butterfly Garden

April 13, 2021

This Spring, do something good for the environment and yourself.  Plant a butterfly garden to attract some of nature’s lovliest creations.  Lowes.com has a article that shows you how. Splashes of Color Plant in patches.  Butterflies are attracted to reds, oranges, and yellows.  Plant groupings of each of these colors to help butterflies notice them […]


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Severe Spring Weather

March 25, 2021

The National Real Estate Insurance Group has a great online article on preparing for severe spring weather.   It uses graphics to illustrate average number of thunderstorms, hail storms, tornadoes, etc. across the entire United States, and how to prepare for them.  Check it out!


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Robotic vs. Traditional Mowers

March 2, 2021

  A robotic mower operates with minimal time and effort needed from you. It’s a lifestyle-friendly mower that gives you back time with assurance that your lawn is well cared for.  Lowes has a great blog post that talks about robotic lawn mowers. What is a robotic mower? A robotic mower is a relatively small, battery-powered mower. […]


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