Island Shopping: 3 Things To Know Before You Buy A Home In The Caymans

If you're planning on purchasing a home on one of the three islands that make up the Caymans, you probably already know a few things about this Caribbean nation. Like the fact that it's a British Overseas Territory, so everyone drives on the left side of the road. Or the fact that it's notorious for being a tax shelter for the uber rich. But there are three things you may not know. Read More 

It’s Time To Upgrade From Renter To Homeowner

Moving on from rentals and upgrading to your own place is an exciting time of life. You get to nail as many paintings to the wall as you'd like, without the fear of losing out on your precious security deposit. You can plant a garden, and watch as it grows each year. While it might seem like all roses, there are a few thorns you'll have to be prepared for. Here's a few things to keep in mind before you step into the home of your dreams. Read More 

3 Things to Do to Protect Yourself when Renting an Apartment

Many people choose to rent an apartment. They might need a temporary place to stay, can't afford to buy, or have a specific need that requires they rent. Renting is a great option for many, but if you are not careful you might get yourself into trouble. Here are a couple ways that you can protect yourself if you choose to rent. 1. Take Pictures before You Move In Generally when you move into a rental unit, the landlord will have you fill out a document stating things that were amiss or broken. Read More 

Understanding The Value Of Tenant Services

Business relocation is one of the necessary phases by which most companies will have to go sooner or later as they're expanding. Because of all the implications that it will have on the future of the company, this task must be performed effectively. For example, relocating to a geographic area that turns out being incompatible with the company's long-term goals will ultimately lead to its failure, since a considerable amount of resources will have been wasted. Read More 

Finance Your Mobile Home With A Mortgage Loan

Mobile homes put home ownership within reach of prospective buyers who lack the resources to purchase pricier, stick-built houses. They're also an affordable option for second-home buyers looking for a lower-priced alternative to expensive vacation homes. Under the right circumstances, you can finance your mobile home using the same mortgage loans that finance traditional home purchases. The benefit is that you're likely to save on interest, and you may qualify for government-backed loans with low down-payment and modest credit requirements. Read More