A few ways to boost your finances

The economy has shed some signs of improving, but indications are we still have a lot of rough road ahead of us. Pandemic or not, it is always a good time to cut back on your regular monthly bills, if you can. For many, once you’ve cut out some of the more obvious expenses, it […]

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Tenant Eviction Notices

Effective September 1, 2019, weekends and court holidays will no longer count in calculating the time periods for the following tenant notices: Notice to Pay Rent or Quit (C.A.R. form PRQ) Notice to Perform Covenant (Cure) or Quit (C.A.R. form PCQ) The five-day period in which a tenant has for filing an answer to an […]

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Your Moving Guide

Moving houses can be one of the most stressful things you do in life – but with the right preparation and planning, you can guarantee yourself a smooth move Click here for my moving guide Prepare your move as soon as you get serious about selling/buying. Plan to gift/donate any items that doesn’t #SparkJoy . […]

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BUDGET FOR YOUR DOWN PAYMENT

Do you know how to #Budget your paycheck to save for a #DownPayment for your home? You do not have to be meticulous to budget. It actually can be a little game, so lets make it fun! Budgeting not only for your home’s down payment but for emergencies can be so beneficial. Yes, it can be easy and here’s […]

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Parents rescue for housing assistance

There are many good reasons for a parent to help a child purchase a home. Parental assistance can help a child settle down faster than he or she might be able to on his or her own. While some parents speculate that helping a child purchase a house will only make the child more dependent, […]

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