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Making The Deal Count

  • 3 Things Landlords Can Do To Protect Themselves Against Negative Reviews

    With more and more renters relying on the Internet to find suitable housing, maintaining your online reputation is critical when it comes to keeping your residential units occupied. Negative reviews left by former tenants can hinder your ability to find quality tenants in the future, so managing your online reputation should be a high priority. Here are three things that you can do to protect yourself against negative online reviews in the future:

  • Two Things You Should Know About the Overbidding Process in a Probate Home Sale

    Purchasing a house from a probate sale can net you a great home at a cheap price. Even if a seller has already accepted an offer on the property, you may be able to buy it at the court confirmation hearing where the judge will entertain additional bids on the house. Here's what you need to know about the process to help ensure you're fully prepared and increase the chance you'll get the home of your dreams.

  • Three Things You Should Know About Buying A Home At A Probate Sale

    Like foreclosed homes, houses sold during probate sales are typically priced lower than market value so they will move faster. Therefore, if you want to purchase a home but don't have a lot of money, buying a house from a probate sale can net you a great deal on a piece of property that may otherwise be out of reach. However, the process is not like the traditional home buying procedure, and here are three things you should know to help you prepare for the complexities associated with probate houses.

  • What You Need To Know About Tenant-Landlord Laws Before You Let A Homeless Friend Stay With You

    Imagine this: a friend is homeless so you let him stay in your house until he can get back on his feet. After several months, he overstays his welcome and you ask him to leave, but he refuses to go. You call the police, but they can't do anything to get the unwelcomed guest out of your home. You speak with a lawyer who informs you that you need to start an eviction.

  • 4 Ways To Avoid Getting Sued When Leasing Out Your Residential Property

    If you purchased a house several years ago that your family has since outgrown, you may be considering leasing home out to tenants rather than putting it up for sale. This can be a good investment because when the home is paid off, the majority of rental income will be yours to keep. However, leasing out your home involves a degree of risk because tenants can potentially sue under premise liability laws.

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    Making The Deal Count

    Have you ever stopped to think about how much money you have invested in your home? Although it might be tempting to overlook that paint job or the fact that the backyard didn't exist when you moved in, the money you spend on your house might matter when you move someday. Unfortunately, all of those careful improvements won't make much of a difference if you don't hire a skilled real estate attorney to protect your assets during the sale of your home. I want to make sure that you get top dollar for your place, which is why I made this blog.