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Buying A Home When You Have Pets: What You Should Look Out For

8 October 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Buying a home when you have pets can make you a bit pickier in your options. You want to make sure you choose an area that is safer for them as well as choose a home that is more pet-friendly without having to make a lot of alterations after you buy it. Here are things you should look for when buying a home when you have pets. Fully fenced yard Read More …

4 Reasons To Hire A Property Management Company

7 October 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

The benefits of renting out your property are many. The greatest one is being able to get a monthly rental check and also being capable of holding onto your property, as well. However, taking care of all the things that accompany renting your house or apartment can be overwhelming for some people. This makes it a good idea to hire a property management company and knowing the reasons why can be helpful. Read More …

Downtown Living: Norfolk, Virginia

7 October 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Located on the Chesapeake Bay, Norfolk is one of Virginia's most desirable and interesting cities. Because of its naval history, the city of Norfolk has long been a place full of history and bustling excitement. While Norfolk has several neighborhoods to choose from, downtown is where the life of the city really takes place. Shopping, restaurants, art galleries, and much more can all be found in the heart of the downtown area. Read More …

Three Ways To Kick Your Tenant Screening Process Up A Notch

6 October 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Have you had a lot of dead-beat tenants who fall behind on their rent, don't take care of the property, or get into disagreements with their neighbors? Perhaps it is time to kick your tenant screening process up a notch! There's always a chance a tenant may screen well but still turn out to be a "bad egg." By implementing these three upgrades to your screening process, you can reduce the chances of this happening. Read More …

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What is the perfect home? What is perfect for one person may be too small or large for another? Do you want a home made of brick or do you want one made of wood? Do you want a condo or do you want a house on a nice big piece of land? Getting a few answers before you begin looking for your new home can eliminate many of the options on the market. This will help to decrease the time it takes for you to search for the home that you find perfect for yourself and your family's needs.