Two Questions You Should Ask Before Renting Commercial Office Space

Posted on: 2 December 2016

Whether you're just starting out or are expanding your business, you'll need office space at some point. In the stress and excitement of looking for a place to hang your shingle, sometimes important questions that can have a major impact on your business go unasked. Here are two things you need to discuss with your commercial landlord before you sign a lease. What Are the Building's Hours of Access? One thing business owners commonly overlook is the building's access hours.
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Tips For Selling Your Home Fast Without Making Any Expensive Home Improvements

Posted on: 29 September 2016

If you have made an offer on a new home, you'll need to sell your old home fast. If not, you'll be stuck with two mortgages until your old home is eventually sold. You may also be trying to save money by avoiding major renovations to make the home more marketable. That said, there are some cheap things you should be able to do to make a home look more appealing.
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Where To Buy A Luxury Waterfront Home With An Easy Commute To Manhattan

Posted on: 29 September 2016

If you work in Manhattan, and are in the market for a home with a view of the water, then you have lots of options. While it might sound nice to live in a high rise in Tribeca, overlooking the Hudson River, not everyone can afford to purchase a condo in Manhattan. Also, you might like a bit more space. If that's the case, then you should look outside of Manhattan.
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Three Tips for Selling a Home with Foundation Issues

Posted on: 29 September 2016

Foundation issues are a red flag for buyers. Most buyers who look at a home with foundation issues are going to say "no thanks" and move on to other options. However, there are a number of buyers out there looking for fixer-uppers. Some of these buyers may not mind a home with fixable foundation issues. The secret to selling your home with foundation issues is finding these buyers and providing the right information to convince them that your home is the fixer-upper worthy of their time and money.
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