Tag: contractor

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Standing Out as a Contractor!

Dear vendor,  we understand the worry it generates to see other contractors converting leads into contracts on a regular basis, while you are stuck trying to figure out what you are doing wrong. Well, let’s start by saying that it…

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Tips on Hiring Contractors

Dear Homeowners, There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing your home improvement contractors, so it is important to be well informed about the law set by local governments for contractors on how to interact and communicate…

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Hello HELOC!

If you are a homeowner wanting to know more about Home Equities and how lines of credit for up that value can be requested, we invite you to read What Is A Home Equity Line Of Credit? to learn more…

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Spooktacular Safety!

Dear Homeowner, Halloween is around the corner and we know it can be extra scary to engage in usual trick or treat behavior considering the current health situation due to the pandemic, so please follow these simple guidelines to help…

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FALL PEST PREVENTION

Listen, there’s no need for unnecessary encounters with bugs seeking shelters during the colder days ahead, so preventive measures, like filling cracks with spray foam can avoid any unpleasant confrontation..Visit Fall Pest Prevention Tips Every Homeowner Should Know to read…

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LEASE NEGOTIATION

Although the first location might seem the perfect one, always search for several options before making your final decision! Also counting with a tenancy agent to help you scout the best of the best is always advisable.⁠ Visit Five Things…

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Straightforward tips on how to unpack in your new home!⁠

  Moving to a new place can be exciting but also exhausting, plus you might not know where to start when seeing all those boxes piled one over the other…. but calm down, take it step by step and follow…

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Inform tenants about the surroundings of the rental property

Update tenants on things happening in the surroundings of the rental property that might influence their stay there. Provide all information possible that will protect tenants from unpleasant surprises.

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Anything broken, something has worn off, inform the landlord.

Always communicate to avoid misunderstandings. Inform landlords of things they need to know. Find the time to report any problem that arises before it worsens. Anything broken, something has worn off, inform the landlord.

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Tip #2 for tenants.

Be a paid-on-time rent champion. Avoid late fees.