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Dangers of Unpermitted Improvements

Posted by Paige Panzarello // March 20, 2019

Dangers of Unpermitted Improvements

Do I really need a Building Permit? This is a question many people may ask themselves when planning alterations to their home. They are just rolling the dice if they don’t pull building permits. There are dangers of unpermitted improvements. Dangers of Unpermitted Improvements Some homeowners are finding when they try to sell or refinance […]


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Experiencing a Divorce

Posted by Paige Panzarello // March 13, 2019

Experiencing a Divorce

Experiencing a divorce is one of the most difficult and stressful periods in your life. Bill Gassett writes in Realty Biz News, “what you need to know about going through a divorce.  Knowing what to do with the marital home can be a real problem. Should you sell it and divide the proceeds or follow another route?” […]


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Truth About Retiring Early

Posted by Paige Panzarello // March 6, 2019

Truth About Retiring Early

Few of us can retire at 35 and live for the next 45 years just playing golf and traveling the world, or even living on an island with our feet in the sand enjoying the sun. However, many of us do dream of retiring early in our 50s. What holds us back from realizing that […]


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Tips to Increase Income and Not Work More Hours

Posted by Paige Panzarello // February 27, 2019

Tips to Increase Income and Not Work More Hours

Looking for tips to increase income and not work more hours? If so, you’re not alone. According to CNN, millions of people are constantly looking for ways to increase their income. The good news is, with the advent of the internet, it doesn’t matter if you’re looking for ways to make money at home, or online, there […]


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3 Reasons Beginners SHOULD NOT Flip Houses

Posted by Paige Panzarello // February 20, 2019

3 Reasons Beginners SHOULD NOT Flip Houses

Matt Faircloth, founder of The DeRosa Group, writes “New investors seem to really love the idea of flipping houses. (Thanks, HGTV.)And I get it. It seems glamorous. It seems simple. It seems like it all happens in a snap. But “seems” is the keyword here. While I do understand the appeal—I’ve done dozens of fix and flips […]


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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Posted by Paige Panzarello // February 13, 2019

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

When the weather gets cold and people kick up their furnaces, along with cozy homes comes an increased risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. It happened in Los Angeles recently. According to CBS, “Eight people, including three children, suffered carbon monoxide poisoning at a home in Bell Gardens Tuesday morning, prompting a hazmat callout which forced surrounding […]


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Buying Notes and Deeds

Posted by Paige Panzarello // February 6, 2019

Buying Notes and Deeds

If you’re a real estate solutions company buying properties for cash, try adding another arrow to your quiver by buying notes and deeds. Notes and deeds can be far more profitable, and less stressful than stocks and real estate investment in physical property. Here’s how to go about buying notes and deeds. Buying Notes and […]


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10 Common Difficulties That Come with FSBOs

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 30, 2019

10 Common Difficulties That Come with FSBOs

Most homeowners would probably prefer to have a professional licensed Realtor work on their behalf to sell their home, but not everyone sees the value of paying a fee for an agent’s expertise. RICH PELUSO lays out 10 Common Difficulties That Come with FSBOs 10 Common Difficulties That Come with FSBOs The ‘on sale’ vs. […]


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5 Reasons to Consider a Property Manager

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 23, 2019

5 Reasons to Consider a Property Manager

Being a landlord is one of the toughest occupations in the world. Renting can be the biggest hassle of your life. Many owners of rental properties think they want to handle the job of landlord. It is much cheaper in terms of dollars of expense. Soon a property manager is suggested to the hassled real […]


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Fear of Not Having Enough Money

Posted by Paige Panzarello // January 16, 2019

Fear of Not Having Enough Money

Fear of not having enough money. A staggering two-thirds of Americans are more afraid of a money-related catastrophe than anything else, including death, according to a recent survey conducted by GOBankingRates. Many people never take the necessary steps to move past their money fears. Many simply allow financial panic to drive life choices. Getting more money isn’t […]


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