6 Easy Tips to Buy Your Country House in Wisconsin without Regret
Wisconsin is a great place to make your dream of living in the countryside real. However, buying your country house there and getting acclimated could be tricky. Here come some few easy tips I gathered over my career as a real estate agent. 1) Find out who your neighbors are and start building relationships immediately…Read More
Six Great Tips to Have Smooth Relationships with People Around you and Save Money too!
Homeowners have to deal with many people, from contractors to tenants to everyone else. Unfortunately, human relations are not an easy matter, as you have probably already learned from your past experiences. Misunderstandings and battles can make you pay a high price, especially if you end up in front of a court. So, how to…Read More
Is Your Property in a Flood Zone? How to Find Out and What to do About it
Flooding is one of the most occurring natural disasters facing homeowners in the Hampton Roads area and many other areas in the United States. As a homeowner, your property may be at risk of water damage. Two things you can do to evaluate your risk are look at the flood zone map, and determine the…Read More
Your Relocation to the Norfolk Area: To Rent or to Buy Your New House?
The time of your permanent change of station to Norfolk/Virginia Beach has come and you have to relocate. Now, the great question is: to rent or buy your new house? Both options have their pros and cons. In a nutshell, renting means no maintenance costs (because it’s built into your rent), while buying is convenient…Read More
Coming to Live in Hampton Roads
Coming to live in Hampton Roads could be the right move for those who appreciate a life style that combines the opportunity to enjoy the peace and calm of one of the most beautiful US countryside with the excitement and thrills of urban life. This is the direct result of Hampton Roads’ geographical and anthropological…Read More
A short sale is an option that involves selling your home for a less amount than the one owed to the mortgage company. The net proceeds from the property sales usually fall short of the debts, and in this case, the lender agrees to this arrangement since the homeowner is unable to pay off their…Read More
Sometimes as a homeowner, you may come across difficulties in making your mortgage payments. Foreclosure is usually a distressing family financial experience. Doing nothing is the worst you could do when you fall behind your mortgage payments since your lender could ensue with a foreclosure even if you refuse to appear be a participant in…Read More
How To Make A Simple Budget
Whether you need a budget because your debts are through the roof, you’re rearranging for a new home, or saving up for a skateboard, it all can be done very simply and easily. Step 1: Think about the financial goal you are trying to set. It can be big or small, but try to stick…Read More