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by Paul Bianchina, Inman News Check over the results of virtually any home improvement survey, and you will see that adding a deck consistently ranks at or near the top of the list in terms of both desirability and payback on investment. If a deck is high on your wish list, one of the primary…


Can landlord abruptly declare ‘no pets’ policy? by Robert Griswold, Inman News Q: I work for a local humane society and was wondering about the rights of tenants to have pets in their rental unit. We frequently receive calls from tenants with pets claiming that they received a 30-day notice to terminate their tenancy because…


by Michael J. O’Connor The California Apartment Association (CAA) is actively deliberating what position to take regarding the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association’s proposed ballot measure: California Property Owners and Farmland Protection Act (CPOFPA) commonly known as the Jarvis Eminent Domain and Rent Control Initiative. This measure, if it should qualify for the California June 2008…


by Ilyce Glick, Inman News The number of foreclosures has doubled since last year. That means a lot of former homeowners are now looking for a new place to hang their hats.Many former owners are becoming renters again for the first time in a long time. And there are new lessons to learn: You’re not…


by Paul Bianchina, Inman News One way to really dress up a room and try your hand at some different decorating techniques is to consider wainscoting. There are a number of ways to combine materials to create some very attractive wainscoting effects, and the cost doesn’t need to be prohibitive.Traditionally, wainscoting is tongue and groove…


by Tara-Nicholl Nelson, Inman News Q: I need to get my home sold — now. It’s in great condition, but it has been sitting on the market for months. I’ve reduced the price to where my Realtor thinks it should be. Do you have any out-of-the-box suggestions for moving my house? A: Welcome to the…


by Dian Hymer, Inman News A homeowner in Oakland, Calif., recently decided to put his older home on the market. At the recommendation of his real estate agents, he ordered presale inspection reports on the property. The home inspector noticed sloping in the floors and out-of-plumb door frames — signs of settlement, which is not…


by Ilyce Glink, Inman News I spent some time in the past few weeks listening to friends who are thinking about moving across the country to buy a house. What they’re telling me is that even though there is a seemingly endless list of houses for sale, not all home sellers are making the most…


Time is money when it comes to evictions, and mistakes can cost a landlord both. These common misconceptions not only slow down your eviction, they can cost you in court: 1. Thinking Evictions Are All The Same States can set their own rules –and they do. So do municipalities, and individual courts. If you are…


by Arrol Gellner, Inman News In 19th century America, the only way an architect could view historic architecture was to go see it firsthand (usually on another continent), or else find engravings of it in books. Because architects of the era were much less likely to travel than their modern counterparts, engravings ended up being…

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