About Me
Starting a Business: Finding the Right Location

After years of saving and planning, I finally opened my own retail establishment. Before I could do so, I spent a lot of time looking at real estate options. With the help of a commercial property management firm, I did find a storefront with a great location, and enough room for my business. The agent at the firm helped me a lot by creating a profile of the type of commercial property I needed. We went over details such as lighting, display space, and even the number of electrical outlets. With the profile in hand, she found several properties that were worth considering. If you are setting up a new business and need space, let me explain why working with a property manager makes sense. I'll tell you more about how we worked together to find a place that met all my needs, including the rental cost.


5 Terms Home Sellers Should Know

3 April 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you are trying to sell your home, you should be familiar with certain terminology. This will better help you understand things that you may hear from your realtor when working to get your property sold. By being familiar with key terms regarding this process, you will be better prepared in advance for it. Offer When a potential buyer is interested in your home, they will offer you a specific amount of money for it. Read More …

3 Tips For Getting The Best Apartment Lease

12 March 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

Looking for the right apartment can be time consuming. However, don't forget to spend some time looking at the lease. You can negotiate the lease with your landlord so that you get the contract that you want. Below are three tips for getting the most out of your lease. 1. Lower Monthly Payments Think about asking your landlord for lower monthly payments. Some landlords would be willing to do this if you offered them something substantial in return. Read More …

Learn Why Renting An Apartment May Be A Far Better Option Than A Hotel Stay During Your Business Trip

20 February 2015
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

There are many jobs that now require people to stay in one part of the country for a few weeks or months at a time. If you do not live near the area where you are working, you will need a place to stay at night and during the weekends. While a hotel may be the first option that comes to mind, renting a furnished apartment may be a far better option to consider. Read More …

A Couple Of Commonly Asked Questions About Professional Moving Services

10 February 2015
 Categories: , Blog

Moving into a new home can be challenging and stressful experience to undertake. Luckily, there are professionals movers that can handle the bulk of the physical work, and this can allow you to focus more of your efforts on starting your new life off on the right foot. However, many people have never used these services for a move, and this means that there are probably a couple of questions that they may need answered before contacting these individuals to schedule a moving date. Read More …

3 Steps for Emergency De-Cluttering

5 February 2015
 Categories: , Blog

It happens to everyone. Sometimes homeowners think they have a home that is the perfect size to fit all of their belongings, family members, and pets. Yet, one day you might discover that there isn't quite enough room. This is when it's time to de-clutter your home immediately.  Use these three steps to start the de-cluttering process right now!  1. Throw Away Trash and Junk Some people have been letting junk pile up in their homes simply because they haven't had the time or energy to haul away their large junk or have someone else haul it away for them. Read More …