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3 Upgrades That Will Help Sell Your Home Quickly

If the market is flooded with homes for sale, it will be difficult to find an interested buyer to sell your home to. While you may not want to spend money to improve your home since you are moving out, making some improvements can help it sell quickly and for a higher asking price. Consider these 3 ways to upgrade your home. Upgrade Your Major Appliances One thing that is likely to scare off a potential buyer is if the appliances in the home are past their prime and ready to be replaced. Read More 

Want To Allow Pets In Your Rental Homes? Follow These Tips

As a landlord, you probably want to make your rental units as appealing as possible for your prospective tenants. Many tenants may want to bring their pets along to live with them, but you could be concerned about property damage and other issues. Luckily, it isn't always a bad idea to allow pets in your rental homes. By following these tips, you can help make the process as painless as possible for both you and your tenants. Read More 

Want Property In The Cayman Islands? What You Need To Know Before You Buy

There are many advantages to buying a home or plot of land in the Cayman Islands. If you are planning to spend an extended period of time on the island, owning your own property is likely to be more affordable, particularly during the peak tourism season. Luckily, property in the Cayman Islands isn't restricted by any residency requirements, which allows for foreign ownership of property there f you're looking for Cayman residential property. Read More 

Property Listing Trivia: 5 Real Estate Caveats

Sometimes when you look at real estate listings, you need to read the fine print twice to see what you're really getting. And sometimes when you sell a property, advice from a real estate professional could come in handy. Here are five pieces of real estate trivia, each with a little lesson attached for both buyers and sellers. Not What They Mean by a Pocket Listing You've probably heard a real estate agent say more than once, " Read More 

What You Should Know To Safely Store Your Wooden Furniture

When renovating, redecorating or moving, many people turn to secure storage units as a resource for storing furniture and keeping things out of the way. It's easy to just move everything into the unit and not think much of it, particularly if you expect that it will only be there for a short time. But it's important that you protect your furniture any time you put it into storage, particularly if you're storing wooden furniture. Read More