Saturday, October 16, 2021


4 Reasons Every Real Estate Agency Needs Tailored Business Insurance

Anyone who owns and operates a business of any kind should understand the very real need to protect that business. Insurance coverage is going to be your best armor when defending yourself and your company from what could amount to as the literal death of your company. So it is with the real estate business, and if you want to see tomorrow and all the tomorrows after that, it’s time to think about all the layers of protection business insurance can offer you.

MooveGuru’s Home Pro Division, Powered by HomeKeepr, Hits Nine Million Home Pro Recommendations

HomeKeepr, the leading referral-only online community of REALTORS®, home service professionals and homeowners, today announced it has surpassed the nine-million recommendation mark. The company has signed on more than 300,000 real estate, mortgage, and insurance professionals who have in turn recommended more than 500,000 unique home service contractors and other local businesses to homeowners over nine million times.

Self-storage – How to choose the right one

Self-storage facilities are fast becoming one of the most viable options for Kiwi Millennials to store their overflow of stuff as they transition from one place to another. Storage units are an excellent solution for people looking to save some space in their homes by downsizing their items or store seasonal items.
Mortgage Calculator in British Columbia

How to Use a Mortgage Calculator in British Columbia

Before you can get a mortgage, you must show a great level of commitment. In British Columbia, the procedure can be quite tedious and may even be your biggest monetary commitment so far. That is why you need to calculate the mortgage you want
Protect Your Home

Protect Your Home (& Wallet) From Floods and Fires

The increasing amount of hurricanes and wildfires has many of us feeling like we're living in a Hollywood disaster movie. But there are ways to play the action hero. We’ll share ideas on how to make your property flood and fire resistant.

Common Mistakes of First-Time Home Buyers and How to Avoid Them

First-time home buyers have a hard time figuring out how much to spend on their new home. They might look at a $250,000 home, wonder if they can afford a $300,000 home, and so on. With the basics, it's easy to decide how much you can afford, but there's more to buying a home than that. And like buying anything, there's an argument for going over budget, if you get a good deal, for a good reason.

FEMA Assistance Can Help if Insurance Doesn’t Cover Losses

Homeowners and renters who suffered damage from the March 25-26 severe storms and tornadoes in Bibb, Calhoun, Clay, Hale, Jefferson, Perry, Randolph, and Shelby Counties should apply to FEMA for federal disaster assistance even if they have insurance.
Home in a Divorce

Deciding Who Gets the Home in a Divorce

If you are considering going through with a divorce or are already in the middle of one, you more than likely feel overwhelmed with the multitude of decisions that need to be made. Finding a new place to live or deciding to stay in your marital home is one of the biggest decisions to make during a divorce
Home Warranty

What Is A Home Warranty, and How Does It Work?

Home Warranty is basically just another form of insurance. There are some overlapping characteristics with homeowners insurance but, it’s fundamentally different and also covers different things. It’s like a smaller version of homeowners insurance.
New-build boom

Is a new-build boom home right for you?

The home-building business is booming, and it’s not just because of home renovation projects during the pandemic. Wannabe homeowners are turning more and more to new-build homes. Look at why new-build homes are so popular, why one might be right for you

Providing FEMA Insurance Documentation During the Application Process Can Change Your Eligibility Status

During the recent winter storms, many Oklahomans in the 16 designated counties may have sustained damages to their home and property.  Homeowners and renters who have insurance

What do I need for an FHA LOAN?

The Federal Housing Administration is one of the most comprehensive mortgage insurance in the world, offering its services in the United States. The FHA insures these loans as long as they are provided by their approved lenders on multi and single-family units.
Add a Deck

Home Improvement Projects that Benefit the Whole Family

In the midst of a pandemic and people spending more time at home, it’s no wonder why more and more families are looking to make some home improvements. Homes have suddenly become offices, schools, and recreational facilities.

Top Tips to Choose the Best Roofers on Tulsa, OK

People put in all their commitment and hard work when they are building their homes. The job has to be undertaken by an expert. If you need a new chimney caps or emergency roof repair in Tulsa, look for a consistent, honest, and professional roofer Tulsa. It may be very challenging to choose a roofer in Tulsa from the wide lists of roofers.

Double Net Lease: What Is It and how Does It Work?

The double net lease, which is also called the "NN" or "net-net" lease is a type of lease agreement where the tenant is responsible to pay premiums to insure a building and property taxes. Unlike the single net lease, which is one that only requires the tenant to pay the property taxes, this option passes more costs to the tenant in the form of insurance payments.
Home Buying Company

How To Prepare A Home For Renting

Renting out your home isn’t easy. It takes careful planning, and you have to ensure that it’s in good shape to attract tenants easily. Preparing your home for renting won’t only allow you to get the best possible tenants; also, once you provide your property a makeover

NAR Partners with Morgan Stanley to Deliver Financial Wellness and Planning Resources to Realtors

The National Association of Realtors®, together with global financial services firm Morgan Stanley, announced today that it is offering investment guidance and other financial wellness

NYS Office of General Services Celebrates 60 Years of Service to New York and...

New York State Office of General Services (OGS) Commissioner RoAnn Destito today announced that OGS is celebrating is 60th birthday with an online exhibit titled “OGS: Stronger at 60.” The virtual exhibit at takes viewers from the beginning of agency operations on October 1, 1960, through its participation in New York State’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic this year.

Saving for Your First Home in California

Saving for your first home can seem like a daunting task and it often begins with saving for your down payment. A down payment on a home is ideally 20% of the market selling price of the home; it’s at this amount that you can usually avoid paying private mortgage insurance (PMI), an additional monthly cost for borrowers who put down less than 20%.
Personal Liability Insurance

Do I Need Personal Liability Insurance for My Property?

When you own a property, you have a lot of responsibilities which you must deal with. You have to maintain and look after that property, as well as ensure that it is safe. You’ll want to ensure that you have secured your home for the whole family

Business Real Estate Press Releases


FEMA Offers Free Rebuilding Tips at Local Home Improvement Stores

Disaster survivors affected by the severe storms and floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, can visit local home improvement stores in Houston, Pasadena and Webster for rebuilding tips from mitigation experts.

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases