Real Estate Headlines for Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Is Gardening Giving You a Pain in the Neck, Back, Arms or Legs?

Are you simply suffering the consequence of growing older, or is the back, leg and arm pain that comes on during gardening just signaling the need for a change in behavior, even before the gardening chores are being performed?

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Recording. Entering or recording documents affecting or conveying interests in real estate in the recorder’s office; until recorded a deed or mortgage generally is not effective against subsequent purchases or mortgage liens...

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Q: Are there routine steps I can take now to avoid major home improvements later?

A: Get in the habit of taking an annual inventory of every single space in your home to check for potential problems. Examine the roof, foundation, plumbing, electrical wiring – basically everything. Try to fix trouble spots as soon as you uncove...

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Top 10 Cleaning Tips from Hotel Housekeepers

Nobody knows how to clean faster and more thoroughly than a hotel maid. To cut down on the time you spend cleaning, take these tips from Radisson Housekeeping Manager Maria Stickney:

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Fiduciary. Person acting in a position of trust, responsibility and confidence for another, such a broker for his client.

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Learning the Best/Worst Cities for Renters Pt. 2

In our last segment, I dug into the Apaprtmentlist.com's annual study of renter satisfaction, examining some of the top and bottom cities across the nation as ranked in...

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Q: What Questions Should Be Asked of an Architect?

A:   Ask questions that will give you a sense of the architect’s style, approach to design, and methods of work.  For example:  What is your design philosophy?  What important issues or challenges do you see in my project...

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Junior mortgage. Any mortgage, such a second or third mortgage on a property, which is subordinate to the first one in priority.  

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Q: What Are Allowances and What Should I Know about Them when Planning with a Remodeling Contractor?

A: Rather than price specific products or materials, many contractors prefer to use product allowances, an amount included in the contract to be used toward the purchase of these products and materials as they are selected by the consumer.  Typica...

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Breaking Down Best/Worst Cities for Renters

I recently received the latest survey on renter satisfaction from Apartmentlist.com - one of the leading information sources and resources for renters.

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