September 2020

Found 35 blog entries for September 2020.

CEO James Prendamano sits down with real estate specialist and entrepreneur Robert Nixon for Casandra Properties’ 12th podcast episode this week.

James kicks off the episode mentioning that the Casandra Properties podcast is now heard in 49 countries around the world, with a YouTube Channel that has well over 8,000 subscribers. James Prendamano humbly thanks all the his subscribers and notes the feedback has been much appreciated and fantastic.

Rob Nixon has been with Casandra Properties for the last seven years, and James refers to him as the “rock star” of the office. “Rob Nixon is the first one in the office and that last one out at night, something that definitely resonates with me,” laughs James Prendamano.

Rob Nixon first began showing

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Electrical work requires skilled hands; be it in your home or commercial property. While you may be able to change a light fixture on your own, it would be a sensible idea to appoint a specialist to handle the heavy-duty electrical work.

Hiring an electrician for your home might appear like an easy task. However, when it comes to such electrical services, it would be in your best interest to do a little research before appointing someone for the job. With professional agencies such as THG electrical getting any electrical work done on your property in Adelaide has now become a cakewalk. Here are a few tips that can help you find the best electrician in your city.

Faulty electrical repairs will not only add on to your recurring costs but can endanger

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Are you willing to wait at least two months to sell your home? That's how long it takes for the average house to sell. If you don't have experience selling homes, then it might seem like a fast home sale is out of your reach.

The good news is that fast home sales are possible for you. Follow the five tips below to make your home more attractive to buyers.

Fast Home Sales Secrets

1. Remove Your Personalization

You're putting on a show when you display your home to potential buyers. You want them to be able to imagine themselves as the owner of the house. It's hard to do that when you have your personal objects and decorations all over the place.

Keep things neutral throughout your house. Remove pictures, wallpaper, and unique furniture. Doing this will

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This stately and completely updated colonial revival in the heart of Tottenville is one part colonial charm, one part modern sophistication. Adorned with beautiful brick, shutters, and stonework, this home has been renovated and updated, inside and out. The home boasts three bedrooms, two baths, a usable attic, and is just steps away – around the corner – from Revolutionary War history, the Conference House, with nearby access to Main Street, shopping, dining, and the lush Conference House Park. The home is situated on the corner of a quiet charming street near schools, the precinct, post office, and public transportation. This home is gorgeous, spacious, and especially advantageous for someone who frequently travels to New Jersey. Do not miss

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Searching for a new home is an exciting endeavor that can quickly turn stressful if you don't keep an eye out for certain issues.

By noticing potential problems and preparing the right questions, you're much more likely to settle for a home you'll love forever. We've created a helpful home search tips guide to help you ease into a proper home search mentality.

Home Search Things To Look For

1. Identify Your Needs

Before beginning your home search, ask yourself what you want in your future home. Details like walk-in closets, a designated office space, or exterior style are significant features to consider. Create a thorough list of requirements and share them with your realtor.

2. Inspect the Home

A professional handles the bulk of a home inspection, which is a vital

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Every year, around 10 percent of Americans move home. Some move to another residence in the same city, and others go as far as crossing the whole country. But why do people move?

There's a huge variety of reasons someone might up and leave their home. It might be an individual decision, and it's time for a change for just them. It might be a family decision, and someone else has influenced the choice. 

Or it might be a combination of the two, as well as external factors influencing the move.

Moving house can be an exciting and stressful time, and there isn't only one reason people do it.

Why People Move

1. For a Relationship

Many people move for a relationship. After all, if two people meet and one's from California while the other is from New York,

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There has been an incline of interest in custom-built homes in recent years. More and more people are choosing to have more input on what their house will look like. 

While designing your own home can be great, it's also a daunting task. If you aren't a master architect or an interior design expert, you may be overwhelmed by the number of options. 

Are you looking to dive into the world of custom homes? Keep reading for 7 gorgeous ideas for custom-built homes.

Gorgeous Custom Built Homes

1. Custom-Built Homes: Open Floor Plan

When you're building a home, you want to get the most out of the limited space you have. The best way to do this is to utilize an open floor plan. 

Open floor plans open up your space and make it seem larger. You can even use some of the best

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Conducting a Denver Home Inspection

Denver, the capital city of Colorado and the most populous in the state, is one of the best cities to live in the United States. However, buying a home in Denver or any place for that matter can be complex and intimidating. To make this safer and more profitable, there are several steps to take, one huge part of which is conducting a proper home inspection. If you are interested in learning more about Denver, you can get more information here.

A home inspection is the examination of the condition of a property which usually takes place when such property is about to be sold. It is a limited and non-invasive examination which is carried out by qualified home inspectors. These inspectors evaluate the condition of

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The real estate market in the United States is huge. In addition to being the third most populous nation in the world, we also tend to have a bit of wanderlust. The average American will move 11 times in the course of their life.

Most of us could benefit a lot from knowing a few things about real estate. For instance, not only does it cost money to buy a house, but you'll need a bit of money to sell one as well.

How much does it cost to sell a house, though, and what exactly are you paying for? We'll talk about that in this article.

Selling House Costs

1. Realtor Fees

Whether you're buying, selling, or both, it's always best to hire a realtor. They know their way around the market and can help you get the best price.

Like all workers, realtors need

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This week, CEO James Prendamano rolled out his 11th episode of the Casandra Properties podcast, sitting down with local Staten Island business owner/restaurateur Mario Ferraro, whom James calls a dear friend since childhood. Mr. Ferraro is currently “out there every day fighting the good fight on Staten Island” emphasizes James. “Until we weren’t able to,” Mario chimes in. “Because of Coronavirus and now because of inconsistent policies,” James adds.

Like a number of native Staten Islanders, Mario Ferraro grew up in a big Italian family where meals were the central event. Sadly, Mario lost his mother in 1998. He was only about 21 years old at the time, still a boy who once had dreams of being a firefighter. Mario’s mother LOVED to cook, and he

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