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News and tips for January 2010

How to Make Property Leasing a Success

Published on Saturday, 23 January 2010You own a business and you need to lease space. A landlord hands you a document that provides you the terms of a lease and you must go through it.  You need to get the documents signed so you can start tenant improvements. The small investment you make at the outset could definitely save you thousands whilst in the long run it can cause you problems ...

Understanding the Breakup of Conveyancing Fees

Published on Friday, 22 January 2010Assessing conveyancing fees is important in hiring your conveyancers. But how will you be able to do that if you haven't seen what these costs are or you don't even know what they're about? Well here are some basics on knowing about these fees.   * The fees table is divided into two sections   These two sections include one for the basic fees and the o...

5 Things to Keep In Mind When Investing On a Real Estate

Published on Thursday, 21 January 2010With the current state of the real estate market, more and more people are thinking of buying property at low prices and reselling them once they improve on it. It is very tempting to invest in real estate today, since it can be a very rewarding venture. But before you start scouting for property to invest on, keep these 5 important things in mind.   1. Y...

Buying a House for Investment Purpose

Published on Tuesday, 19 January 2010There are two reasons why people usually buy homes: one is to have a primary residence and the other is for investment. When you buy a house for the second reason you have to do considerable amounts of research about how the value of the home will appreciate in the next few years.   Here are some tips you need to bear in mind in this regard.   1....

What You Should Know Before Leasing Your Property

Published on Monday, 18 January 2010Leasing out your flat or house seems like an easy task. All you have to do is look for a tenant, sign a contract and you get extra monthly cash. But before you begin, there are a lot of things you might now know about leasing property. It's good to research on laws and obligations before putting a rental ad up on the Internet. To help you get started, here are a...

Pitfalls in Buying and Selling Houses

Published on Sunday, 17 January 2010No matter how well-versed you may be in buying and selling houses, there are a few pitfalls you may fall into, and should always avoid. This article will present these pitfalls to you.   Pitfalls in buying houses   Buyers are often faced with the following challenges when looking for a home:   1. Buying a house that you cannot afford.   2. Bu...

The Basics of Property Appraisal

Published on Saturday, 16 January 2010 A property appraisal works as a way to define a property's value in the current market.  It becomes the basis of the sales price if offered to the buying public.  A few basics relating to property appraisal are listed below.   1. The appraiser should be someone not connected to the owner involved in the process.   2. Appraisers should be d...

Complete Guide to Conveyancing

Published on Friday, 15 January 2010Conveyancing is defined as the legal process of transferring the ownership of a property to another person.  It is essential every time a property is sold.  The process is known to be slow and expensive since hiring a professional person is essential. The professional can be someone you know or at times, someone referred to you by your estate agent. Wh...

Selling a House - Do you need Someone to Do It for You?

Published on Thursday, 14 January 2010Selling a house is not a simple task to do. It is in fact quite complicated. There are individuals who experience stress in selling a house. However, there are also people who take pleasure in the experience of selling a house. It really depends on the individual and the pervading circumstances. If you are planning to sell your house, here are the factors to c...

Which Things Should Be Discarded When Moving?

Published on Wednesday, 13 January 2010 One easy way to save money during a move is to give away or sell some of your things so you won't have much to bring. Of course, you should not do this randomly. You need to sort things in an organized manner.   For instance, you should consider which clothes you still need. If you have not used them in over a year you may not even use them again. It wo...

Understanding The Basics Of Mortgages

Published on Tuesday, 12 January 2010 Before searching for which mortgage lender to apply, don't you think it is wise to understand first how the mortgaging system works? Mortgage is a method of securing payment for a debt with the use of a property such as real estate.   When you secure for a mortgage, this means that you agree with the purchasing method without having you pay for the full p...

Tips in Dealing with Relocation Stress

Published on Monday, 11 January 2010 There are many reasons why people choose to be relocated. Some are being relocated with their family because of a good job offer or opportunity. Some choose to relocate to a new place to have a change of environment and start a new life there. No matter what the reason is in a relocation, everyone is susceptible with relocation stress. In order to lessen the ...

Steps to Follow When Moving to a New Home

Published on Sunday, 10 January 2010 Moving houses should be done in an organized manner. This would make the process less stressful on your part. If you do so, you will even save money as well.   You should always start with a to-do list. Then you should also include list of all the packing materials you need to get so you will have sufficient supply when it's time to pack your things. ...

Pots and Pans: How are They Best Packed and Moved?

Published on Saturday, 09 January 2010 Moving is one strenuous activity to do. And packing is just one, small part of it that may cause you a lot of headache when done inappropriately.  This becomes more of a headache when you are packing and moving highly fragile and sensitive items such as pans and pots. Below are some tips on how you can pack and move pots and pans:   Picking the be...

Making the Business Relocation Move Better

Published on Friday, 08 January 2010 Relocating for business reasons is never easy - there are many things to think about and decision to make. But one thing that can help ease the burden is by going to a relocation consultant whose expertise is making the business move a whole lot smoother. The plus side of it is that it can also save you a lot of money since it guides you every step of the way ...

How to Properly Pack When You Move

Published on Thursday, 07 January 2010 Moving to a new place is an exciting event in our lives. However, it is also the most stressful event if it is not planned well. Packing your things can be daunting, especially when you do not know how to start. Here are some tips on how to pack your things properly in order to have a smooth move. If you are moving, make sure to plan it well in order to save...

How to Do a Home Office Removals

Published on Wednesday, 06 January 2010 What really makes moving a home office more difficult is the fact that you are also moving your entire house. But if you do it systematically, things can go smoothly too. When it comes to packing your home office, you have to get rid of the clutter first. Then it would be time to get rid of things you no longer need at the office.   With your office eq...

Factors That Will Make You Decide If You Will Move or Not

Published on Tuesday, 05 January 2010 Deciding whether or not to move is a big decision and several issues have to be considered before moving forward. Is the move truly worth the trouble? Will you have work when you get there? Is this a temporary feeling or something more permanent? Allow us to shed a little light on what needs to be considered when selecting a move. Moving is a very big decisio...

Buy a House Even If You're Single

Published on Monday, 04 January 2010 You're moving out and you are deciding whether to rent a house or buy one. Most people like you choose to rent an apartment until they find a partner who can share a payment to buy a house. But you should not wait until your partner comes because right now, you can already purchase a house.   Getting a Salary?   If you are single and have a good job...

The Myths You Should Know About Real Estate Agents

Published on Sunday, 03 January 2010Before choosing real estate agents, it is important that you separate myths from facts about these experts. It is not good to brand them as this or that without even knowing who these experts are. Get to know more about misconceptions and see the reality behind them.   Real estate agents display their wealth   Most of you think that your real estate ag...

Chelsea: The Home of the Rich and the Famous

Published on Saturday, 02 January 2010Chelsea in Greater London has long enjoyed a reputation for being a place where the wealthy and the affluent take up residence.  In the late 1500s, it acquired the nickname "Village of Palaces" because of the number of manors and stately homes located there.  Two queens of Henry VIII made their homes in Chelsea, and his daughter Queen Elizabeth I als...

The Ultimate Way to Secure Your Belongings during a Move

Published on Friday, 01 January 2010If you are stressed out because you can't think of the best way to secure your belongings during a move, here are great tips that can teach you how to keep your items damage-proof during a move.   Tip 1: Seek Advice from Professional Packers   There are a lot of professional packers who are expert in securing items in moving boxes. They know the right ...

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