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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

  • Former attorney gets 3+ years in prison for defrauding real estate investors September 20, 2017
    A former attorney from New York will spend more than three years in prison for defrauding real estate investors out of at least $1 million. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, Brandon Lisi received a sentence of 38 months in prison for his role in a scheme to […]
  • San Diego mansions at the center of $50 million mortgage fraud scheme September 20, 2017
    A senior executive at a real estate investment company and a real estate broker stand accused of playing key roles in a $50 million mortgage fraud scheme involving a handful of multi-million dollar mansions in the San Diego area. Here are all the details.
  • Texas brokerage closes state's first-ever bitcoin home purchase September 20, 2017
    Taking real estate purchases in the Lone Star state to a new level, Kuper Sotheby's International Realty said it finalized the first-ever home in Texas that was purchased entirely with the cryptocurrency, bitcoin. Located in the capital of Texas, the luxury home sold for an undisclosed amount this summer.
  • Senate Democrats press FTC for review of data security at Experian, Transunion September 20, 2017
    The Federal Trade Commission is already investigating the massive data breach at Equifax that exposed the personal information of 143 million U.S. consumers to hackers, but a number of top Democrats in the Senate want the agency to extend its investigation to the other big credit reporting agencies.
  • Existing home sales drop to lowest point since last year September 20, 2017
    Existing home sales decreased for the third consecutive month to the lowest point since last year. While some experts point to hurricanes Irma and Harvey, others say these happened too soon to affect the data in August. One thing they agree on: the lack of housing inventory continues to hold back home sales.