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Every New Year calls for resolutions. And if you’re a landlord, often this will involve feeling more in control of the huge problem of rent being paid on time.

You will want to approach the New Year with new ideas on how to ensure rent payments are kept up to date, and you aren’t lagging behind paying the mortgage or chasing tenants, which can cause friction and a breakdown in your relationship.

Nobody wants to have to turn nasty, bringing out the big guns with legal jargon, but sometimes it’s inevitable if tenants aren’t playing fairly and by the rules.

However, hopefully... Read More

Will the gains that the U.S. housing market made in 2012 and 2013 continue into 2014? As you’ll read below, the biggest threat to the housing market is moving in the opposite direction—against housing.

Sure, the Case-Shiller S&P Home Price Index, which tracks prices in the U.S. housing market, shows an overall increase of 13.6% in home prices in the first 10 months of 2013 (see the chart below).

But for growth in the housing market to continue, you need favorable market conditions for buyers. Unfortunately, the “favorable” conditions of 2011 through to 2013 are now becoming... Read More

A home is much more than a shelter; it is a place where remembrances are accumulated. There is a way to keep those remembrances safe, with home insurance. Home insurance covers anything from broken-windows to bushfires.

CALCULATING THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF COVERAGE FOR YOUR HOME

Preventing the hazard of underinsurance is necessary for every homeowner. Therefore, it is vital to comprehend the complete replacement expenditures of the home and its belongings.

In order for your home insurance to be effectual, it must be sufficient and up-to-date. There are various online calculators... Read More

When purchasing a home, whether it is required or not, it is a good idea to have a home inspection completed. It is unpleasant to purchase a home without an inspection and find problems with it after living in the home for awhile. To prevent this from occurring, it is ideal to use a reputable home inspection service, such as A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspections. These professionals will go through every system and structural area of a home, including the roof and outer foundation, to point out any potential problems.

Find Potential Problems

Some problems found with a home are minor. In... Read More

By using a dynamic and 3D model, building information modelling optimizes the efficiency of the facility building process. Everything is managed here from building design, construction to building management aspects. Not only does it serve as a friendly tool to design, plan and construct, but one can manage any facility or plant project. Its added advantage is that it supports in the generation of the cost-effective solutions by digitally representing the facility characteristics.

Also known as virtual design and construction (VDC), building information modeling creates an information... Read More

Thinking about buying a home in Canada? Here are a few things you should know about mortgages and rates before taking the home-buyers plunge.

Show them the money

Your lender will need to see proof of your income. You'll need to provide pay stubs or tax forms to prove you make what you say you do. The amount of money a lender is willing to give you will depend on how much money you have coming in. According to Canadian Living, the lender will not consider what kind of money you'll make in the future. It all depends on what kind of money you're making when you apply for the loan.

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Looking for a new home? There's a variety of ways the sale can go down and having a trusted realtor at your side is the best option. Here's a look at few reasons a full time real estate agent is best.

Beware of for sale by owner

On average, about 10 to 20 percent of home sales each year happen without a real estate agent, according to the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors. While some of these sales go off without a hitch, others are disaster. If you're interested in buying a home that's being sold by the owner, be sure they are willing to work with your real estate agent.... Read More

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