If you live in a newer home, working with a real estate company to place it on the market and get it noticed is usually not that big of a deal. However, if you live in a vintage house that is older than most, you are marketing to a select group of potential buyers who may be interested, which means the marketing process can be a little more of a challenge than usual.
- If you are a board member of a small condo complex, one of your main decisions will be whether you want to select a community association management company to handle your day-to-day management needs or to self-manage your community. Many boards choose to self-manage, thinking that it will give them greater control and save the community members' money. However, there are several ways that hiring a specialist can increase the cost-effectiveness of your community management while providing better service.
- Whether it's a vacation home or a permanent residence, the beach is where many people want to be. While living on the beach does have its perks, such as being able to enjoy the surf and sand at any time, it comes at a price. Waterfront homes for sale, whether they are at the beach or on a lake, cost more than double the value of average homes. Oceanfront property in areas such as Hawaii, California, and the Long Island Sound are some of the most expensive in the US.
- If you find yourself needing to quickly move to a new city for your job, you run into the struggle of finding a place to live. Selecting apartments for rent for your first year in a new city is great, because you'll have time to learn the area with a short term commitment to how long you need to stay in one place. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to select an apartment sight unseen.
- Moving offices can become a major headache for small-business owners. With all of the stress and anxiety of moving offices mixed up with the stress of running the business itself, it's understandable that many small-business owners make mistakes when changing locations. As such, below are three quick tips to make your next office move a smooth one: Plan Your New Space Accordingly You shouldn't start packing away your old office until you have signed the agreement on your new place.