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Ways to Make Your Rental Property Tenant-Proof

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Renting a property can be a lot of work, but it’s important to take steps to keep the property looking its best from tenant to tenant. It’s crucial to keep your property clean and safe for your future tenants. However, these tasks don’t have to burn a hole in your pocket or take up a …continue reading »

How to deal with Awful Neighbors

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We’ve all been there at some point. Unkempt lawns, pesky dogs, unruly kids, junky cars.That neighbor is in every neighborhood. It’s only a matter of time before you discover who it is, and hopefully it’s not you! But how do you deal with bad neighbors? Let me tell you: declaring war is not an option. …continue reading »

Clutter Control Tips for Your Home

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Home clutter control is perhaps the world’s strangest form of Tetris – trying to fit every little thing in its’ perfect little space. There are many easy (and potentially fun) options to get your home feeling and looking its best. Here are some of our favorites: Assess What are the main areas of your home …continue reading »

The Different Types of Commercial Leases

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Signing a commercial real estate lease is no small feat. Despite the typical long-term commitment of a commercial lease, the task at hand doesn’t have to be as intimidating as it seems. When it comes to this type of real estate, there are 3 standard categories of leases: Gross Lease (or Full Service Lease), Net …continue reading »

The Top 10 Due Diligence Commercial Real Estate Mistakes

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Any purchase in the real estate industry is a huge investment, but even more so when you’re buying commercial. Yet, we rarely talk about and discuss how imperative doing your due diligence on these deals is. An investment can go south very quickly unless you play the game one step ahead of the competition and …continue reading »

What You Need to Know Before Taking on a Fixer Upper

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Fixer upper homes can be frightening, but with the right preparation and knowledge, your soon-to-be revamped crib could be worthy of its own HGTV show. Here’s what to know ahead of time before you commit to that seemingly charming, but run-down 1920s bungalow: Know your budget and its’ boundaries. Be realistic! Don’t let it suck …continue reading »

Why is the Waco Market SO Good?

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Whether you live in Waco already or are thinking about making the move, you know how good the real estate market is. In fact, on-lookers can’t seem to get their head around how Waco has managed to push itself to the top of numerous “Best Of” lists in recent years— In fact, realtor.com reported that …continue reading »

How to Prepare Your Home for Appraisal

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  Having your home appraised is a necessary, but daunting process. Your home and all of its’ glory will be inspected and judged to determine its’ monetary value. It’s an important step to determine how to price your home if you are in the market to sell, or find out what necessary updates need to …continue reading »

How to Ensure Your Pet is a Good Rental Resident

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Pets are extremely important to the daily post-work, de-stressing regiment. But, while you’re enjoying the wonderful healing powers of your furry friend, don’t let them become “that dog” or “that cat” the neighbors wish would mysteriously disappeared in the middle of the night. Property owners and leasing agents are becoming increasingly and understandably strict on …continue reading »

Tips on Becoming Part of the Community

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Change can often cause a myriad of feelings to surface. Whether you just moved to a new city, started a new job or moved in with new roommates, most of us can relate to the anxiousness that precedes and often follows a transition. It’s easy to get overwhelmed, especially when you move to a new …continue reading »