February 2021

Found 33 blog entries for February 2021.

If you talk to financial advisors about the best ways to build your equity and net-worth, almost all of them will advise you to start investing in real estate. Why is this such a big deal?

Property values keep trending upward despite the occasional temporary drop. As such, property one of the best areas to invest in long-term. You don't even need the money to buy a nice house to begin, just a starter fund and some knowledge of the market.

Are you ready to start building equity and making money moves? For some of the best real estate investments you can add to your portfolio this year, keep reading.

Real Estate Investors

Rental Properties

As long as the current trends continue, members of the younger generations will keep struggling to buy homes of their own.

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Did you know that only around 5.6 million Americans own a vacation home?

If you've been eyeing vacation homes for sale lately, you might be wondering if owning a second property is worth the investment. While the real estate market can offer great returns in general, it's important to know that some houses are better investments than others.

Do you want to know how you can enjoy a beautiful vacation home and build a stronger portfolio? Keep reading to learn 5 expert tips.

Vacation Homes

1. Do Lots of Research on Different Locations

The best place to buy a vacation home will differ from person to person depending on their unique tastes and financial goals. Your top priority should be finding a place that has your ideal weather and landscape.

However,

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The advertising landscape has significantly transformed with ever-increasing, global Internet use. Companies hopped on the bandwagon, hiring influencers to promote their products. 

However, the push differs from industry to industry, and real estate is traditionally one of the slowest fields to change. So, realtors are only getting into it in 2021.

There are concrete benefits to collaborating with a mini-celebrity and their large, trusting following, though. Let's examine some strategies to help you execute your campaign as effectively as possible.

Real Estate Industry

 

#1: Vary Your Post Types

You might've gone for traditional advertising modes in the past, relying on AdWord campaigns, banners, and pop-ups to promote your website. Working with an

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The security of an object depends on how reliable and safe the systems inside it are. Since plumbing is one of the lifeblood of every building, it’s necessary to ensure its smooth running. Still, despite regular maintenance, breakdowns do occur.

Some maintenance tips are listed below:

https://www.thisoldhouse.com/plumbing-maintenance 

If a problem with the plumbing network occurs at an inconvenient time, you may be in a dilemma whether to solve the problem yourself or to wait for the pros anyway. At this link, you can find out which are the smaller plumbing bugs that you can solve yourself. But if it's a more complex problem, or you can't determine why the pre-problem occurred, it is best to have it solved by professionals.

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Are you trying to drum up some new business for your moving company? Not enough moving companies focus time on their marketing, meaning they get overshadowed by the bigger and more recognizable names. Does this sound familiar? 

Lucky for you, there are plenty of ways to help boost your customer base. Keep reading for 4 of our favorite marketing hacks!

Marketing Hacks For Moving Companies

1. Know Your Audience

Too many moving companies pay no attention to their target audience. They get it into their minds that all people in their area are their target customers, but is this true? 

While everyone has the possibility to need a moving company if you pick specific groups to target you'll end up with more success. 

For example, what are the demographics of your local area? If

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Building a garage is a dream and a luxury for many homeowners. After all, who wouldn't want a secure spot to park their car after a long workday or a place to hide unsightly storage boxes?

You may have lofty goals of creating this space, but what you want to know is how long does it take to build a garage?  

Read on to discover types of garages, the garage process, and the best garage ideas! 

Building A Garage

Types of Garages 

Building a garage means determining individual homeowner goals and property logistics.

Do you have more than one car? Do you need extra storage, or will you need a workshop? Do you have the land to build a detached garage?

You may want to consider how your garage will function in the future. Will your kids learn to drive and

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Are you moving? Thinking about moving to another state? If so, you are not alone—around 15 percent of Americans that move each year relocate to another state.

Moving to a different state can be stressful, but it doesn't have to be with the right plan in place. Keep reading this guide to learn how to move to a new state to help you get started.

Moving To A New State

Find Out What Your Employer Covers

Now, that you got a new job, find out if your company will help cover your relocation costs. Some employers will reimburse for things such as shipping, packing services, and other travel expenses related to searching for a new home.

If you currently don't have a job, you can negotiate some of these costs in your hiring process. It's best to secure your job before

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If you're sitting on a pretty hefty mortgage, you might be wondering about how to get away from it and start your financial life anew. Unfortunately, there's no simple way to do that. 

We're here to talk to you about one of the most effective ways to take care of your mortgage, though, and that's selling your house. 

So, what happens to your mortgage when you sell your house?

Let's take a look. 

What Happens To Mortgage After Your Sell Your House

What Happens to Your Mortgage When You Sell Your House?

The beautiful thing about owning a home is that it tends to appreciate value unless there's significant damage to it. 

If you buy a home and let it sit, it will become more valuable than it was when you bought it. Selling a home, then, allows a person to get more money than the value of

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The average cost of selling a home ranges between $17,000-$22,000 or 6-10% of your home's selling price. Those prices would make anyone do a double-take. 

Getting your home ready to be listed on the market does require necessary costs, but what if there was a way to save several thousands of dollars and sell your home faster? Selling a house for cash provides you with a simple solution to sell your home without the extra fees and hassle. 

While these perks are noteworthy, there are plenty more benefits to selling your home for cash. Take a look at several of the best below.

Selling A House For Cash

Skip Unnecessary Fees

When selling a house you can expect to pay for real estate commissions, home repairs, inspections, staging, mortgages, photography, and closing

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Casandra Properties CEO and Host James Prendamano and Co-host Rebecca Matulonis interview a local but humble hero, chef, and Staten Island business owner, John Djombalic of Dolce Fantasia. He co-owns the restaurant with his wife Bruna. Currently located on Staten Island’s north shore (Forest Avenue near Eggers), they are opening up a second location in South Shore Commons here on the Island’s south shore on Veterans Road West. 

 

In speaking with James and Rebecca, John Djombalic is kind and humble. He came to Staten Island with his wife Bruna in 1988. He speaks highly of his wife, with whom he owns the Dolce Fantasia brand, which originated in Cugno, Torino, where his wife’s family is from. As a young boy, John also lived and worked

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