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Working With A Real Estate Agent

Although TV shows make house hunting look effortless, most prospective homeowners have plenty of questions as they get started. However, with the right real estate agent by your side, things don't have to be so stressful. My husband and I have purchased seven properties over the years, and we couldn't have done it without the help of our realtor. In addition to finding us property that met our needs, our real estate agent also answered our questions and calmed our nerves along the way. We decided to create a website to help people know what it is really like to purchase property and to work with a realtor, so that you are ready to embark on your own adventure.


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Working With A Real Estate Agent


3 Things To Know Before Renting A Sublet Apartment

Finding the right apartments to rent in your area is not always an easy task, especially if you are looking for something cheap and flexible. If you are not sure how long you will need the apartment, you may want to consider finding a sublet. This is becoming a more popular option with apartment rentals, and here are three things you should know about this before you go through with it.

4 Ways To Get Friendly With Your New Neighbors

Moving to a new area can be an extremely stressful time. Unpacking all of your belongings, settling in to a new job and finding great schools for your children aren't easy tasks; therefore, it's important you have some good people around you to ease the burden. If you're new to the area, it's likely that you won't now anyone, so what should you do? One of the best ways to meet people is to acquaint yourself with your neighbors.

5 Items Everyone Should Keep In A Fireproof Safe At Home

Everyone should have a fireproof safe in their home. There are some items that are extremely difficult to replace, yet they need to be accessed easily. Having a fireproof safe so you can keep these items in your home without making them susceptible to damage is your best bet. Here are the items that you should keep in your safe. 1. Home insurance policies If anything happens to your home, you need to be able to access your insurance policy information easily and quickly.

Your First Apartment -- Is This The Right Time To Also Get Your First Pet?

You've just graduated from college and accepted your first "real" job. Now, you're ready to move out on your own and have been searching for suitable apartment rentals. You've also been thinking about getting a pet to keep you company in your new home. But before you commit to an apartment or to a pet, there are a few things you should consider first. Are You Ready for a Pet?

2 Tips For Shipping Your Belongings

Are you moving to another country? Before you pick up an electronic translator or start shopping for region-appropriate clothing, you need to start thinking about how you are going to get all of your stuff overseas. Here are two tips for shipping your belongings, so that you don't end up dealing with a police investigation or steep fines: 1: Watch Out For Prohibited Items Believe it or not, those bright red signs posted all over your local shipping warehouse aren't just suggestions.

Tips For Keeping Your Apartment's Carpets Pristine With Pets

After a lot of time spent searching, you've finally found that pet-friendly apartment from a company like Universal Realty Group you've been dreaming of. And look – it even has brand-new carpet! But brand-new carpet can easily become not-so-brand-new after a pet or two has had their way with it. Dirt stains, shedding and the occasional accident can leave your carpet looking worse for the wear. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can keep your apartment's carpet in pristine shape, even with Fido and Fifi around.

How To Keep A Disgruntled Ex-Employee Out Of Your Holiday Party

The holidays are here and you're ready to host the annual office party for your employees. The only thing stopping you is a disgruntled ex-employee who just won't stay away. You can postpone the festivities until next year, or you can hire a mobile security team to keep your staff safe. In addition, you can take other precautions to keep the ex-employee out of your building. Here's what you do: