How To Become a Landlord

Posted on: 2 June 2017

Buying a house is one of the wisest investments that you can make. This is because it is a place where you can live, or you can use it as a way to make money by renting it to a tenant. It is also possible to live in the house and rent a room out to a tenant to bring in some extra income. There are several steps that you should consider taking to become a homeowner and landlord in no time.
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You And Your Real Estate Agent

Posted on: 21 May 2017

Once you choose your real estate agent and the time comes for you to start searching for your next house, you want to make sure the two of you are approaching things in the best manner possible. You need to establish a good relationship with your agent and make sure the two of you are on the same page with everything related to your next home. You also want to take steps to ensure that you guys are working well together.
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The Big Deal About Tiny Homes

Posted on: 28 February 2017

Not everyone wants to live in a " mcmansion", and the trend toward downsizing our square footage has never been hotter. Tiny homes have become increasingly popular, and this housing option can be perfect for some. To learn more about the advantages of living in a small way, read on. What is a tiny house? Although there are no hard and fast rules concerning tiny homes, in general they tend to be between 100 and 400 square feet.
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A Quick Guide To Vacation Home Shopping In Washington State

Posted on: 23 February 2017

The Pacific Northwest offers a great option for vacation home buyers looking for a place that's quiet and beautiful. If you're thinking of finding a second home here, the state of Washington can be the perfect place to buy. Here are 5 great options for any budget and any vacation style. San Juan Islands. The ultimate getaway in Washington state must be the San Juan Islands. Situated across Puget Sound from Seattle, these wildlife wonderlands are quiet and remote—perfect for the harried worker looking to get away from it all on vacation.
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