Dos And Don’ts Of Finding And Keeping A Good Tenant

Finding a good tenant is often a hard job for most landlords. Everyone has their quirks, but often tenants don't see things the way landlords do, and this causes friction between the two. This article will give you a few tips and tricks to finding and keeping a good tenant. DO Ask questions before signing the lease Most landlords now do this, where they try and get to know their tenant before they sign the lease. Read More 

Should You Use A Realtor: Pros And Cons

Buying a new property can be exciting. You can't wait to get your new place and move into your new home. You may be so excited that you think about going out and buying the house on your own without waiting for a realtor. But, is not using a realtor in your best interest? What are the pros and cons of using a realtor to buy your new house? Pros Read More 

How To Get A Traditional Mortgage Loan To Finance The Purchase Of A Mobile Home

According to data from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), mobile homes are a tiny share of home loans in the U.S. Part of the reason lies in the fact that aspiring mobile homeowners have a shaky financial situation. For example, data show that their wealth is as much as 75% lower than that of the other families. This explains why they are often denied when applying for a traditional mortgage, and directed towards a chattel mortgage instead. Read More 

Are You Moving to a New City?

If you are moving to a new city, you are probably having mixed emotions. Part of you is sad to be saying good-bye to loved ones and familiar places, and the other part of you is excited about new experiences. If you are planning to buy a home, finding the right one will give you peace of mind as you go forward in your move. Remember, buying a new house is one of the most important transactions you will make in your lifetime. Read More 

How Can You Deal With An Over-The-Top Homeowners Association Member?

Homeowners associations (HOAs) can provide many benefits to a home and community -- in fact, homes that are part of an HOA often have higher resale values than similar homes in the area. However, in some cases, an overzealous HOA member may become a nuisance to its area's residents. Read on to learn more about the powers an HOA board can have, as well as how you can fight back if you feel one of your HOA's board members is overstepping his or her bounds. Read More