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 

Trying To Sell Your Vacant Home? 2 Things To Consider Before Renting It Out

If you just moved out of your house into a brand new home and have not yet sold your first house, you may wonder whether or not you should rent it out until you find a buyer. This can solve cash flow problems, but will it make it harder to sell this home? It's hard to say if this would be a good idea or not, but here are two important things to consider as you make this decision. 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 

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