Tips for Renters… The Search

Tips for Renters… The Search

  This is the first post of a mini-series of blogs for prospective renters.  I will guide you through the process of finding an apartment for rent, selecting the right place for you, moving in, moving out, and a few surprise topics in between! Before we dive in, take a look at a previous post about how

Craigslist Scams 2.0

Craigslist Scams 2.0

Now that Zillow has acquired Trulia, HotPads, and Postlets (to name a few) they opened up their listing input database to anyone!  Back in the day, we (licensed real estate agents) used to post on Postlets — after submitting to a licensing verification process— and then it would be kicked out to all sorts of

Before you move into your new house…

Before you move into your new house…

Do yourself a favor… go to Target a few days BEFORE you’re moving and stock up on a few things.  If there is no Target near you, I am sorry for your loss.  However, they offer free shipping on orders over $50, and you will spend more than $50 🙂 Toilet paper and paper towels

I’m a new homeowner / cheapskate

I’m a new homeowner / cheapskate

I recently bought a house— a single family home.  Whenever it comes up in conversation people respond with something to the effect of, “Wow, congrats!” or, “Good for you, you must be so excited!”  WELLLLLL, yes, good for me. Although buying a home can be exciting for most people, it was a roller-coaster anxiety provoking

Why so many up-front questions?

Why do we ask so many questions? We feel that it is important to publish this blog post in an effort to be transparent.  Sometime when people call or email us they are hesitant to answer all our questions up-front.  Let me tell you— I get it!  I know there are a million scams out


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