Real Estate Headlines for Saturday, September 20, 2014
Q: What Should I Know about Zoning Issues and Approvals?

A: Zoning regulations establish how the land can be used, either for residential, industrial, commercial, or recreational purposes, or sometimes a combination thereof. Designed to protect property owners and communities from undesirable, or inappropria...

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Joint tenancy. Property owned by two or more persons with equal and undivided interest and ownership and the right of survivorship. If one owner dies, the property automatically passes to the others. 

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Six Tips for Keeping Teens Safe on Social Media

Going back to school is about more than shiny shoes and trendy notebooks. It's also about kids making new friends and adding those friends on social network sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

 

More than 60 percent of...

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Raising Non-Violent Kids

Your child's environment—whether at home, at school or socially—can greatly influence how they may behave in the future.

FindYouthInfo.gov, a government website focused on youth issues, found that in 2012, more than 630,000 yo...

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Q: What Are the Best Home Improvement Projects to Maximize ROI, or Return on Investment?

A: Experts agree that any remodeling project that brings your home up to the level of your neighbors’ is a worthy investment. However, some improvements offer a greater return than others. It depends on the type ...

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Graduated payment mortgage. Mortgage loan for which the initial payments are low but increase over the life of the loan.

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Blogging Your Business: 4 Tips to Boost Your Blogging Campaign

Maintaining a company blog can help you generate brand recognition and significantly increase sales, yet because of time and creative constraints, many business owners are not committing to the task. The following four...

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More Parents Admit They Struggle Helping Their Kids with Homework

From the periodic table to algebraic functions, kids nationwide are back to hitting the books, and many are taking their parents along with them. For the second year running, the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) asked a question few parents...

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Q: How Do Capital Gains Work If You Have More Than One Home?

A: For more than one home, you can exclude the gain only from the sale of your main residence. You must pay tax on the gain from selling any other home. If you have two homes and live in both of them, your main home is...

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Word of the Day

Interest. A fee paid for the use of money; also a share or right in something.

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