The Damage One Small Water Leak Can Do - What I'm about to explain
to you, cost the homeowner about $1200 and it could have been fixed,
with a two dollar rubber washer. When I say two dollars, it could have
been even less than that, but we'll stick with two dollars.
Carpeting or Tile in Rental Houses - Here's something for people who
own rental properties to give some serious thought to. A few years ago,
our home burned down in the San Diego fires, October 2007. October 22,
to be exact. I imagine I will never forget that day, but I did get some
valuable information, that I can pass on to landlords, property
management professionals and people who own apartments, condominiums or
houses that they rent or lease.
Look for When Buying Damaged Rental Homes - Something to think about
when you're looking at damaged homes. If these homes were rentals, I
would like you to seriously think about what I am about to say. Most
tenants have no desire to maintain any property that they don't own and
will not benefit from.
Five Things Every Homeowner Should Do before Contacting a Contractor
- Anyone in business understands time and time shouldn't be wasted by
anyone, especially a contractor who is providing a free estimate for
your construction project. You wouldn't go to a business meeting
unprepared, yet thousands of homeowners contact contractors to look at
projects that turn out to be a waste of the contractor’s time.
Five Reasons Why You Should Make an Emergency Home Damage Contractors
List - Millions of homeowners throughout the country don't know how
to react to a home damage emergency. I was asking a couple of my friends
the other day if they were actually prepared for a broken water pipe or
an electrical fire.