The Perfect Property

  • Making Your New Home Work For You: Custom Features To Fit Your Lifestyle

    27 January 2016

    Chances are, your family is not the same as every other family you know. Yet, when it comes time to purchase a new or larger home, you may find that that most of the homes on the market in your area are very similar and, by default, somewhat disappointing to the buyer in search of a perfect fit. If this is your reality as a home buyer, it may be time to consider the option of designing and building a custom home that will enhance your family's lifestyle with specific features that really fit your needs.

  • Why Living Green Means Buying A New Home

    26 January 2016

    Although recycling is a staple of environmentalism, there are some situations where it simply makes more sense to buy new. Buying a house, possibly the largest investment you will ever make, is one of those situations. Not only does buying new give you greater flexibility and fewer unpleasant surprises, but it also places you at the cutting-edge of green technology. The new homes being built today are far more efficient than the houses built as little as 10 years ago, and that increased efficiency can translate to significant savings for your family in the long-run.

  • Understanding The Art Of "Flipping" Mobile Homes

    26 January 2016

    You're interested in getting into the world of commercial real estate, especially the art of "flipping" homes to increase their value. However, you only have enough money to invest in mobile homes. Don't fret! Mobile homes can serve as a useful way to break into the flipping market and increase your capital. But only if you know when and how. When And Why Mobile Homes Are A Good Investment Generally speaking, you're going to want to invest in mobile homes that actually have access to property.

  • Should You Buy A Home With An Open Floor Plan?

    22 January 2016

    Open floor plans are becoming more and more common, especially in higher-end, luxury homes. This type of floor plan eliminates many of the walls that are traditionally placed between common areas like the living room, dining room and kitchen. While many people love open floor plans, they are not necessarily right for everyone. Explore the pros and cons of this type of floor plan to determine if it's right for you.

  • Want To Build A House But Not Right Away? Get Ahead And Buy Your Property Now

    21 January 2016

    If you want to build your own house in the next few years but you don't have the money to do it right now, you can save a lot of money and enjoy advantages if you start looking at property right away. If you are able to find lots for sale and purchase just the property, you can start making progress towards building the house. A realtor can show you property in your area in your price range, and then you'll be able to start saving for the house you have always wanted.

  • Debunking Common Myths Renters Have About Mobile Homes

    20 January 2016

    If you are looking for a real estate rental option that is a little more affordable than a house, the idea of living in a mobile home rental will likely come up if you live in some areas. Even though mobile homes are an excellent alternative to traditional rental houses and abundantly available in a lot of places, there are some common myths about living in a mobile home that may get in the way of you ever seriously considering one as an option.

  • Non-Traditional Products That You Should Bring To A Property Clean Up

    19 January 2016

    Cleaning up properties after tenant move outs and evictions tends to mean that you need to do a deeper cleaning than for an ordinary apartment. When tenants leave a property, there is always the chance that they will leave items behind, including furniture. Some tenants will not clean as well after a move, due to being in such a hurry. There are also unusual items or circumstances that you can run into while cleaning.