Following these seven tips of dog etiquette will keep you in the conscientious neighbor vs. that-neighbor-with-the dog zone.
You may have seen signs, billboards, and banners with the advertisement "We Buy Ugly Houses." For somebody who doesn't know anything about real estate investing, this might seem like a strange statement. Who would want to buy an ugly houses? Who exactly is the "we" mentioned on the billboards and ads?
I recently paid cash for a house that I'll be rehabbing (that's investor-speak for fixing up) and selling. It's in in very desireable Appleton neighborhood, near great schools, with great walkability, and will certainly yield a profit because I got a very good deal on it.
You might ask how I beat out all the other investors competing for good deals in the area. Did I have an in with the owner? No.
Each month I try to give you great information in my blog and have even included several great guest blogs. Some of the blog subjects you can always count on me to publish are:
Selling a problem home can be just that - a problem! Hopefully you'll never know what it's like to have a problem home on your hands. Even having a relative who has to sell a problem home in the Fox Cities or anywhere else can be stressful, let alone doing it yourself. But there is hope!
When shopping for a new home, we all know there are TONS of factors to take into consideration. But let's concentrate on a phrase that has become so common it's almost comical. What's that, you ask? Location Location, Location!