Water Safety

Warmer weather is rapidly approaching us, albeit hesitantly as of late. With rising temperatures and extended hours of sunlight comes open campgrounds, hours spent at the lake and lazy days around the pool. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, each day, about ten people die from unintentional drowning and, of these, two are children aged 14 or younger. Drowning ranks fifth among the leading causes of unintentional injury death in the United States, and for one in every five who dies from drowning, another five receive emergency department care for nonfatal submersion injuries. Primary factors found affecting drowning risk are: Lack of swimming skill: Adults and childre

Technology Has Changed Real Estate

New technology has not only revitalized how real estate is marketed to the masses, but also how agents, brokers, loan originators and all other interested parties correspond throughout the real estate transaction process, whether someone is looking to rent, buy or sell real estate. The Cloud The cloud has changed the way real estate is rented, bought and sold because it eliminates the gaps that once existed in the industry. Mobile tools like smartphones, tablets and other daily evolving technologies assist agents 24/7 from everywhere. These tools help drive rentals and sales faster than ever before because agents aren’t the only ones using them – consumers are utilizing them at increasing ra

Top 5 Property Management Errors

Property management can be a rewarding investment, but all too often property owners don’t realize how complex this investment can be. Property management often involves detailed agreements and a diverse clientele, which means that there is a lot of room for error. Chances are, you don’t want to learn the hard way how property management mistakes can quickly make a dent in your budget. Avoid these common property management mistakes from the beginning to reduce your costs and your headaches. Mistake #1: NOT SCREENING TENANTS Though the risks are high, it is not uncommon for landlords to bypass screening new tenants. Unfortunately, there are tenants that know how to exploit this trust and wil

Cleaning & Neutralizing to Increase Marketability

In making our houses into homes, we arrange them as an outward expression of our inward tastes. But when it comes time to sell a home, the goal is to create the opposite, which is a clean, neutral, blank page upon which many prospective buyers can envision starting their next chapter. DECLUTTER Remove clutter from your home, basement, garage and yard. Not only does decluttering provide you and your family an opportunity to remove items that are no longer used, operating or needed, it also allows potential buyers a chance to envision their own belongings in your space. The easier you make it for potential buyers to picture themselves comfortably living in your home, the better your chances of

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