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The Do’s and Don’ts in Hiring a Demolition Contractor

The Do’s and Don’ts in Hiring a Demolition Contractor

Tips in choosing the right demolition contractor for the job:

  1. Specialty – Hire the company that works exclusively on the type of structure you wanted demolished. We can suggest you JTM Construction & Demolition if you’re living in the Cincinnati area.
  2. Insurance – This is one of the most vital things to consider before hiring a contractor. An insured company will prevent you from being sued if a worker gets hurt on the job. Also, an insured company will also save you the trouble of going to court if by any chance, an adjacent home gets damaged during the completion of the job.
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Amazing Tips When Buying a New House

Amazing Tips When Buying a New House

When looking for a new home, the first thing you need to decide is whether to purchase a previously-lived-in house, or a newly-built one. There are pros and cons either way. As for the former, it costs less and is well-suited to people who want to move into their new...

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RSS Real Estate News

  • Existing home sales see largest decline in more than three years February 21, 2018
    Existing home sales decreased in January, seeing the largest annual decline in more than three years. NAR's chief economist explained the utter lack of sufficient housing supply and its influence on higher home prices muted overall sales activity in much of the U.S. last month.
  • HUD awards $35 million to promote housing independence February 20, 2018
    In order to help low-income residents earn housing independence, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced an award of $35 million. HUD claims the funding will help housing organizations hire or retain service coordinators who help residents find jobs, educational opportunities and help residents achieve economic and housing independence.
  • Four Californians accused of running mortgage fraud scheme that targeted minorities February 19, 2018
    Four Californians face a total of 194 charges for allegedly operating a mortgage fraud scheme that preyed on distressed minority borrowers who were seeking help with paying off their mortgages. According to the indictment, between 2012 and 2017, they used a fake insurance company called SafeCare, claiming to offer mortgage aid to primarily minority families […]
  • U.S. takes 4th place in renter population growth February 19, 2018
    The U.S. isn’t the only nation that’s seen an increase in renters and decrease in homeownership over a period of five years from 2010 to 2015. In fact, one country even saw a switch from a homeowner dominated population to a renter population during that time period.
  • Do you make enough to buy a home in America’s most expensive cities? February 16, 2018
    As home prices rise across the U.S., and wage increases fail to keep up, affordability continues to slip. Using data from the National Association of Realtors, here are the top seven most expensive cities in the U.S., and how much homebuyers need to earn in annual income to afford to buy a home.