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Summer is the most popular time for repairing and remodeling rental units. While sprucing up a unit is a good thing, losing money doing it is not. If you are not careful, costs and complications of maintenance projects can quickly skyrocket out of control. Take steps to avoid these common maintenance mistakes so you don’t…


Summer is approaching, and that means repair and remodeling season will soon be in full swing. Sprucing up a property means rental property owners will be looking for contractors from tree trimmers to tile installers. Nothing can drain profits like a bad fix-it-up project. So if you find yourself skimming Craigslist ads looking for contract…


Property owners looking for the most return on their investment when it comes to remodeling should consider exterior replacement projects. According to the 2013 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report, Realtors rated exterior projects among the most valuable home improvement projects. According to National Association of Realtors President Gary Thomas, projects like siding, window and door…


By Jimmy Kay You smell it… a foul stench that permeates the air and chokes the oxygen from you as you struggle to breathe without holding your nose but you cannot find the source of the stench.


In real estate, as in any business, mistakes can cost time and money.


Chances are it’s snowing where you are right now, and with these severe storms, many rental property owners are now facing the ugly side of Old Man Winter “ ice damming. Ice dams occur when the top of a roof is warmer than the bottom. As snow or ice melts from the top and rolls…


by Paul Bianchina Q: Any suggestions on cleaning a composite deck material? I have two decks finished with composite decking and I have notice black dots forming after only one year. Also, can composite decks be sealed or need to be sealed? –John M.


Experts assess 4 optionsby Bill and Kevin Burnett, Inman News Q: My 30-foot ornamental plum tree has sent its roots into the 1890s clay tile sewer line. It needs to be snaked about twice a year. The tree is at the front of the house, about 15 feet back from the sewer opening in the…


Replacing vinyl with tile a do-it-yourself job by Bill and Kevin Burnett, Inman News Q: Our bathroom subfloor, which appears to be particleboard, has been wet since my father took a shower in our claw-foot bathtub two weeks ago. The adhesive tile began to curl up at the edges. My husband and I pulled the…


Planning to remodel, repair, or build new? Read this first. Construction is expensive when things go right. When things go wrong, it can be financially devastating. Licensed, bonded, and insured is a term used loosely in the construction industry and therefore it is important to understand these basics of construction contracting.

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