A Multi-Family Home

  • Selling Your Home? 5 Reasons To Board Your Dog

    28 January 2016

    If you are looking to sell your home because you bought a starter home in the first place, you are most likely ready to buy a property that accommodates every need of your family—including your dog. While you should have saved up money to contribute to the purchase of a new home, you can also use the money that you get from selling your current home to put towards a down payment.

  • Leasing Your Home As A Fast Solution When Relocating

    27 January 2016

    If you're a homeowner and have just been informed that you have to relocate to another state for your job, you may be looking at your current home in despair. Despite relatively brisk sales, the housing market can still be unpredictable, and you can't count on selling your home quickly. That means you might not have enough money on hand to buy a new home in your new location. However, that dilemma has a very bright silver lining in the form of renting -- in both locations.

  • Important Considerations When Buying Your First Home

    27 January 2016

    Have you finally saved up enough money to put a down payment on a house? Are you looking at homes for sale, but are getting confused by all the options? Choosing the right home can be tricky, especially if you plan to stay in the same house for decades. Here are a few things to consider when trying to find the perfect house: Purchase price: When looking at homes for sale, too many people choose the features they want first and then look at the price.

  • How To Make The Most Out Of A Studio Apartment

    26 January 2016

    Studio apartments are usually fairly small in size, usually consisting of the kitchen, living and bedroom space all in one open and common area, and a small bathroom. Your studio apartment can be made to feel larger with a few creative decorating and storage tips. See below for a few of these helpful tips.  Divide The Space Since there aren't any walls dividing your space, you'll need to do this yourself.

  • Tips For First-Time Home Buyers

    25 January 2016

    Deciding to buy a home is one of the largest purchases that you will likely make over the course of your life. While owning your home can be an excellent investment, the process of buying a house can be daunting. Not surprisingly, it is common for first-time buyers to make errors when they evaluate homes for sale, but if you utilize these tips, you may find yourself less likely to make errors and oversights during this critical process.

  • Four Costs To Consider When Moving To A New Apartment

    21 January 2016

    Whether this is your first rental or your tenth rental, preparing financially for your new home makes renting an apartment a pleasant experience. Expenses have a way of sneaking up on your budget. Take a few moments to consider potential expenses so that you have time to budget and save for your moving-related costs. 1. Application Fees When you submit your apartment rental application, be prepared to pay an application fee.

  • A Few Things To Look For When Renting An Apartment Near The University For Your Child

    20 January 2016

    When your child goes away to college, the problem of where he or she will live comes into play. Living on campus in the dormitories is one option. However, this is not always possible. Coming up with all the fees associated with this may be a problem, there may not be on-campus housing, or perhaps your child tried it for one year and found it did not work out well. They could join a group, like a fraternity or sorority that has some type of housing, rent a house with a few friends, or rent an apartment near the university.