Identifying Valuable Income Properties

How To Hire A Vacation Property Management Company That Works For You

13 July 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

You may have one property you want to rent out for vacationers, or perhaps you have several properties you use as vacation rentals. It can be difficult to manage these properties on your own with your regular job and daily life you need to take care of too. When you hire a vacation property management company, they can take care of the details for you. How do you find and hire a vacation property management company that works well for you? Read More …

Six Important Considerations When You’re Moving As A Military Family

7 February 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you've received PCS (permanent change of station) orders, you might feel a little overwhelmed at the prospect of starting life over in a completely unfamiliar area. However, a military move can turn into a great adventure for you and your family.  Of course, there are numerous considerations you'll have to work into your planning for your move. The following are six important considerations when you're moving as a military family. Read More …

How To Save Money With The Right Vacation Rental

27 January 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

All vacation rentals will give you a good place to stay while on a trip, but some go beyond that. Some vacation rentals have features and amenities that can help you reduce the total cost of your trip. If you're on a budget and traveling, here's how the right vacation rental can save you money. Avoid Parking Fees with a Designated Space If you're traveling to a city and will be using a car, you'll need to find a place to park the vehicle. Read More …

Want To Purchase A Waterfront Property? 2 Things To Consider First

17 January 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you are planning to purchase a waterfront property, there are many things you need to consider before you sign any papers. Below are two of these things so you can start your search to find the best waterfront property for you. Check with Your insurance Company You need to contact your insurance company to determine what changes you will have to make to your policy. In most cases, you will find that your home insurance will become much higher. Read More …

Buying A House? Avoid These Red Flags

11 January 2020
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you on the hunt for a home for your family, it is important that you perform your due diligence to ensure that you are a good home. While you may be impressed with the home's initial looks, you must go beyond the fa├žade to see if there is anything lurking that could cause potential problems later down the road. Here are a few red flags to keep an eye out for during your house hunting journey. Read More …