3 Things to Focus On When You Want to Buy a House

When you're looking for a new home, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. There are so many things to do and so many houses to look at that it's hard to know what to focus on during your search. Use the following tips to streamline your search and find a home you can be happy with. Get a Mortgage Loan If you're like most people, you start looking at houses before you even think about filling out the paperwork for a mortgage. Read More 

Three Ways To Transform Your Double Wide Mobile Home Into A Fixed Structure

Mobile homes are an affordable way to add a home to your property and own your own home. They can even have many of the luxury features that any custom home can have. There are also options for setting your mobile home on a basement foundation and adding permanent features to make it look and feel more like a custom home. Here are some things that can be done to make over double wide mobile homes with permanent custom features: Read More 

Prepare For An Open House By Getting Your Home In Prime Selling Shape

Getting your home in the best shape possible is so helpful if you want it to sell quickly after being listed and have an open house planned in the future. Hosting an open house is one of the best ways to show your home off to potential buyers, making it a good idea to look into some of the following tips. Get Rid of Any Extra Clutter From blankets draped over your sofa to a stack of newspapers on the kitchen table, there is likely a lot of extra items that will need to be discarded or carefully stored before the open house. Read More 

Tips For Storing An RV During The Winter

Many RV owners use their vehicles for traveling during the spring, summer, and fall. When the cold temperatures of winter come along, it's typically too cold for RV traveling. What do you do with your RV when you are not using it in the winter? Leaving an RV outside is not a great idea, as the cold temperatures could cause unnecessary repairs. You not only need to worry about basic car maintenance issues caused by cold weather, but RV specific problems like the effects on the plumbing. Read More 

Finding The Right Commercial Location For A Pet Rescue Business

Do you spend a lot of time and money rescuing pets, housing them and finding long-term homes for them? Growing your animal rescue business starts with finding the right location and building that will meet all of your business and pet needs. Here a few things to consider when it comes to establishing your pet rescue business in your community. Find A Functional Location Because you will have animals on your premises at times, seek a commercial real estate agent who specializes in finding a functional location within the right zoning ordinances. Read More