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3 Things Landlords Look For In A Commercial Apartment Building – Written by Jaron Clinton

When an investor is considering the purchase of a commercial apartment building, there are certain qualities that they may consider deal breakers. While every landlord is different in regards to specific areas that they consider necessities prior to purchase, there are a few general things that every prospective buyer needs to see in order to even be interested in the property. The most important thing about a property is not actually if the landlord likes it, but whether or not tenants will ac

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4 Reasons to Refinance Now… And 4 Reasons Not To – Written by Jaymi Naciri

A nicer car. Some new furniture. A family vacation. Or a bigger, fatter savings account every month. They're just a few of the things you've been thinking about since you learned you can save a couple hundred dollars per month by refinancing. We get it. That new low interest rate is tempting. But is refinancing really right for you? If you're only thinking about what you can buy with the money you'll save, the answer might be no.  "Whether or not refinancing makes sense for you comes d

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Does Your Homeowner’s Insurance Cover Water Damage? – Written by Blanche Evans

Many a distraught homeowner has had to deal with water damage only to find out that their home insurance policy does not cover the damage. Here's how to make certain that you are not caught in that position. Avoid water damage Proper home and appliance maintenance is the best prevention to water damage. Have your heating, cooling and water heater serviced regularly. Don't leave an appliance such as a dishwasher or washing machine running while you're out of the house for a long period

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Agents: Preparing For Objections – Written by Dirk Zeller

There are really two parts to preparation for sales objections. The first is the preparation of practicing to perfect your delivery. You must make a commitment to role play a few times weekly; to work at delivering your responses in a controlled environment where you can learn, but it won't cost you sales. Don't practice in front of your prospects; practice before you talk with them. You also must memorize, rehearse, and internalize multiple ways to overcome each objection you will regularly en

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Selling Your Home? Better Make Sure It’s Clean Before Moving Out – By Angela Colley

Let’s face it: Now that you’ve found a buyer and scheduled the closing, you’re ready to be done with your old home. A clean break! The last thing you want to do is spend the weekend deep cleaning the place for someone else to enjoy. Besides, would it even matter? Actually, yes, it does matter. We feel for you—the temptation to skip out on those last few cleaning chores is strong. But don’t give in. How dirty you leave your home isn’t just about etiquette—it could also cause

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