• States Move To Limit Housing Defect Cases
    In: Latest News
    States Move to Limit Housing Defect Cases

    Lawmakers in several states are moving to try to make construction-defect laws more stringent, which could make litigation more difficult for home owners who want to sue home builders over flaws, everything from leaky roofs to foundation cracks, The Wall Street Journal reports. Nevada lawmakers are leading efforts. The state has seen a soaring number of court battles, pitting home owners and builders against each other in property flaw disputes. Recently, Nevada lawmakers tightened its construction-defect laws. Its new law, effective immediately, requires home owners to provide detailed descriptions of alleged defects and requires claims go through a warranty process first so that...Read more >

  • What Lies Beneath The Latest Home Renovation Trends?
    In: Remodel and Repair

    There seems to be a common theme for many home renovation ideas this year. If you have been browsing through the 2015 trends on the same, you will notice that every...

  • Home Staging Boosts Demand For Rental Properties
    In: Latest News

    At one time investors flocked to real estate, anticipating guaranteed and speedy returns. If you were one of the people who purchased rental properties to create the...

  • Tenant Screening: 6 Easy Steps To Compliance
    In: Tenant Screening

    One of the most important actions a landlord can take to make certain they end up with safe, rent-paying tenants is to order a tenant background check on the potential...

  • Winter Misery Takes Its Toll On Real Estate
    In: Latest News

    The harsh winter weather throughout the country is shuttering open houses, delaying closings, and keeping some home buyers out of the market. New England has seen...

  • Garden Apartments For Auction Kinston And Goldsboro, North ...
    In: Real Estate Investing
    Garden Apartments for Auction Kinston and Goldsboro, North Carolina

      Goldsboro, NC - (March 17, 2015) JL Todd Auction Company has contracted an auction for thirty-three (33) apartment units located in Goldsboro and Kinston, North Carolina on March 17th, 2015. The complexes are twenty-two (22) for Goldsboro and eleven (11) units in Kinston. The auction will be held at the Goldsboro Hampton Inn at 905 N. Spence Avenue, Goldsboro, NC beginning at 11:00AM. More information is available at jltodd.com. 22 UNIT GARDEN APARTMENT COMPLEX 510 N. Daisy Street Goldsboro NC 22 Units in 4 Buildings each with 2 Bedrooms / 1 Bath Property fronts on North Daisy Street, East Beech Street, and N. Kronegay Street Minutes from Downtown 50 miles to...Read more >

  • With Pot Now Legal In D.c., Landlords Face ...
    In: Latest News

    Cultivation, possession and consumption of marijuana is now legal in D.C., within limits, but that does not mean District landlords must allow it in their...

  • Seeing The Light: The Role Of Illumination In ...
    In: Latest News

    As a former law enforcement officer and a current advisory member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) Committee on Security on Lighting...

  • How To Ensure You'll Get Payments On Time ...
    In: Landlord Quick Tips

    Renting to students can be awesome because if you have a property close to a campus, you know you'll always be able to score renters. And, if the renters liked you,...

  • Top Reasons People Want To Move
    In: Latest News

    One in three U.S. households say they plan to move in the next five years, according to a survey conducted by the Demand Institute of 10,000 households' current living...