The Paperless Project

As technology advances, our lives become more convenient. This pertains to many daily activities. Traveling, for instance, has become significantly more efficient, allowing for cross-country travels in a matter of hours. Within the business world, the need for paper is starting to become scarce. The Paperless Project reports that approximately 70% -80% of organization processes

The Ideal House (Home Sweet Home)

The house was the place of the gathered and protected family from various conflicts that came from nature and from the disturbance of the bad hands. Because of that so so we feel at home remained at home, then was needed by the atmosphere of the pleasant house. Several characteristics of the Ideal House: His

Furniture stores have developed a reputation for marketing strategy-a sale for every holiday imaginable, no payments for 90 days, or no interest for 3 years are commonly-used promotional tools to drive sales. These certainly work, but they're not exactly unique. If you're new to the furniture market or you're looking for a way to stand

Shanty towns or squatter communities known as “Hooverville’s” during President Hoover’s term as President (or back in the day as my son might say) began to sprout up all over the United States because of the fallout from the Great Depression. These ragtag “communities” were composed of people who had been evicted from their homes

The Dos and Don'ts of Upgrades

When it comes to optioning the house, the primary question an investor should be asking themselves upon an acquisition is whether or not the option selected will contribute to the sell-ability of the house, relative to the actual cost. Obviously, there's a point of diminishing return if one builds a Taj Mahal in a land

Many people are enticed into house flipping by television images of people ripping materials out of a dilapidated house, refurbishing it, and selling it for a substantial profit. The profit realized from each flip can be modest or substantial – or the investor could lose everything depending on decisions made before or during the process.

Bathrooms are one of the key rooms to focus on when staging for the selling market. Like bedrooms, they've become more than their names suggest, just places to bathe or sleep, they're seen as pamper rooms & havens of relaxation that mimic the hotel luxury chic many have come to enjoy. However like kitchens, they

After decorating my front yard this past weekend as a scary cemetery complete with ghosts and ghouls for Halloween, it made me wonder what's best for home sellers to do during the holidays, decorate or not? Sometimes it's hard enough to get sellers to agree to remove certain objects or tone down accessories in their

In 1973 a film entitled "Do not Look in the Basement" was released. It was originally entitled "The Forgotten" in reference to the ignored patients of an insane asylum, but someone thought it would attract more movie goers with a new title. After all, basements can be creepy. Dark, dank and dirty is what usually

There's no doubt that there's money at home-staging. If you are a home-stager, you know that you are in a unique business. You get to apply your designing and decorating skills while getting paid! But just like anything else, this business has its disadvantages aside from its benefits. In this down real estate market, every

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