Have a great weekend!
That’s a great overview of the process. Thanks for sharing!
Can you smell it? It’s all around. The air is crisper and cooler and the first of the leaves are starting to turn colors. Just as the trees, we begin to shed our summer layers of cotton dresses, coral polish and even ombre hair. We trade them in for darker locks, Lincoln Park After Dark, and luxe cashmere cardigans. But just because summer Fridays are over, it doesn’t mean the suitcase needs to go back under the bed.
Fall is one of my favorite times to travel. You get to take advantage of off-season rates, fewer tourists, and a change-up from restaurant menus to fun outdoor activities to partake in. two + seven asked me to style a look for three great getaways to go the fall season. Now, many travel bloggers recommend you pack only necessities and plan your wardrobe ahead of time. They also recommend couch surfing, so…
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Nine tips for making your move stress free!
These are great!
To start of your weekend off, we thought we would leave you with a little bit of plumbing humour. Here are our top picks. Let us know which ones are your favourites!
Enjoy & have a great weekend!
Sharing is Caring – Urinal Buddies
Peek-A-Boo I See YOU
Faucets – Waterfall Style Option
Toilet Paper Issues – For those with really long arms…
And for those with really short arms…
“Half Sized Bathrooms”
King of the Thrown… Literally
Buying a new home is exciting – and a big deal. If you’re searching for the perfect place, or you’ve already found it and are under contract, the next step in the process can feel more tedious: moving.
Moving can be stressful, a bit expensive and plenty chaotic. But with some planning, help from friends and a little organization, it doesn’t have to be as hectic as you imagine. Here are some tips to take the stress out of your move:
1. Make a plan of attack – Whether you’re moving across town or across the state lines, you’ll probably want to rent a truck. Do you have willing helpers to assist in the move, or will you need to hire some help? If you’re moving farther away, you’ll probably want professional help. Figure out what your moving needs are, and ask friends or your real estate agent for references…
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Your credit report is a compilation of information about the way you handle debt. It includes information about how much debt you’ve accumulated, how you pay your bills, where you live, where you work, whether you’ve filed bankruptcy, and whether you’ve had a home foreclosed or vehicle repossessed. If it sounds like your credit report contains a lot of information, that’s because it does.
How Does Information Get On Your Credit Report?
Credit reports are maintained by businesses known as credit bureaus or credit reporting agencies. In the United States, there are three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. Companies that you do business with have agreed to send your debt information to credit bureaus (at least one of them or maybe all three) who then update that information in your credit report. Most of your credit card and loan accounts are updated on your credit report monthly.
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There are so many different ways to answer this question, that there really is no one correct answer. But, there are defiantly certain characteristics to look for when you are trying to find an investment property and some of them will be discussed below.
Location – Location – Location
A highly astute and very profitable real estate investor was once asked, what are the three things that he looks for in a property before he buys it? He answer was, “location, location, and location.” He said whenever he finds a piece of property that meets those requirements he is more than happy to take out a Toronto mortgage.
Now that you know that, you have to be asking yourself exactly what is a good location? Once again, there a ton of different ways to answer that question, and we will do our best to provide you a few examples.
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