Increasing your curb appeal may be one of the most important tasks you face as a seller, but that doesn’t mean it has to be an expensive one. Often times, homeowners get so caught up in their daily lives that simple home maintenance tasks get ignored or forgotten about completely.
When the time comes to finally sell your home, the last thing you want buyers to think is that they’re viewing a neglected property. Make sure you give your home’s curb appeal the attention it deserves by taking the time to fine-tune small details your buyer will notice.
You may be surprised by how much better your home looks after just a few low-cost DIY upgrades.
Being a landlord comes with many responsibilities and stresses. Whether it's getting paid on time or unreliable tenants, renting and/or leasing can become trouble. However, there are many things to prevent a hassle waiting to happen.
Today, many landlords are preparing their tenant agreements with caution and stricter policies to protect the property and other liabilities. But for some, they don't even know where to begin! Fear not, whether you have an organized plan or are just getting started, we have a few "do's and don'ts" on how to be both a successful and agreeable landlord.