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Important Home Security Tips and Tricks You Should Not Miss

Important Home Security Tips and Tricks You Should Not Miss

Securing your home is one issue that should be taken seriously because your family, your property, and your life are at stake. You definitely can’t take this for granted or you’ll be making your home an easy target for criminals. Surveillance Cameras – This is a setup that includes security cameras that are mounted and wired to a viewing and recording device. It’s usually hooked up to a video monitor and a digital video recorder (DVA). You can read more about the importance of security cams to your homes and business by visiting the page.

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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.
  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

  • Housing discrimination lawsuit against Bank of America gets green light July 19, 2019
    A federal judge in Maryland denied a motion Thursday to dismiss a lawsuit brought against Bank of America and Safeguard Properties Management by the National Fair Housing Alliance, 19 fair housing organizations and two homeowners for alleged fair housing violations. According to the judge, the facts presented allow for a “reasonable inference that the defendants […]
  • Oregon close to becoming first U.S. state to ban single-family-only zoning July 19, 2019
    Earlier this month, Oregon’s legislature passed House Bill 2001, a measure that will require cities of more than 10,000 people to permit duplexes in areas currently zoned for single-family usage. The bill, which received bipartisan support, is set to go before Gov. Kate Brown, D-OR, who is expected to sign it, therefore positioning Oregon as […]
  • Chris Heller leaves loanDepot and mellohome for AI real estate company OJO Labs July 19, 2019
    Chris Heller shocked the housing world last year when he stepped down as CEO of Keller Williams to become the CEO of mellohome, loanDepot’s attempt to serve as a true one-stop-shop for “buying, financing, and improving homes.” But now, less than 18 months later, Heller is leaving mellohome and loanDepot behind for OJO Labs, a […]
  • Stagnant wages, vacant homes are undercutting housing markets, U.S. mayors say July 19, 2019
    The two biggest villains undercutting housing markets in American cities are stagnant wages and vacant properties, according to a report this week from a coalition of U.S. mayors. “In fast-growing cities, wages lag behind housing costs, leading to a scarcity of affordable housing,” the report from the National League of Cities Housing Task Force states. […]
  • First American: Growth in potential existing-home sales dampened by lack of inventory July 19, 2019
    In June, potential existing-home sales increased slightly from the previous month, keeping the market’s potential below its 2018 rate, according to First American’s Potential Home Sales Model. First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming said while increasing house-buying power improved housing affordability and boosted the incentive to sell, a lack of inventory continues to hold the […]