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by: Kiera Skinner

2021 is fast approaching, and it looks like working from home is still the way to go for the foreseeable future. Our previous article entitled 'Stop Working From Your Couch!' outlined the various considerations that go into setting up a home office, from the size of the space to the kinds of furniture you need. In this post we will cover the best home office practices for entrepreneurs who are starting a home business.


Setting up a home business

Working from home has become the new normal and more people are seeing the benefits of this new setup. This includes new entrepreneurs who require a base of operations for their startups. And with the pandemic making the hiring or buying of office space very difficult, many are choosing…

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By, Lisa Roberts @ US Moving Experts

Transitioning from renting an apartment to purchasing your first residential property is an exciting process. However, when looking for a home on the market, you will probably have many questions. Buying real estate is a real headscratcher, even for people who are not doing this for the first time. For your peace of mind, it is vital to cover all the common concerns of first-time homebuyers!

Do I really need a real estate agent?

This is the first question everyone asks themselves. The option to look on your own is tempting since technically, you can look for a place yourself and simply hire a lawyer to make sure everything goes by the book.

However, there are multiple benefits of having a real…

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By, Karla Lopez (hello.karlalopz@gmail.com)

A loan from a bank or other financial institution to help a borrower buy a home is a mortgage. The mortgage’s collateral is the home itself, which means that the bank will sell the home and recoup its money if it does not make monthly payments to the lender and defaults on loan. 

Usually, if we are in a regular state today, then that's how it works where homeowners will be dealing with their monthly payments. However, due to the pandemic, there are many jobless homeowners, which results in financial instability.

Fortunately, the government created a project to cover everyone's needs in this aspect. A project such as a mortgage stimulus program is extension assistance for many homeowners who…

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October 2, 2020

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  • Pick of the Week: 306 Holly Rd, Mill Valley. 4 BD/4 BA. 2860 sq ft. Stunning Newly Constructed Modern Masterpiece! Situated on a quiet street in the heart of Homestead Vly, this exceptional residence was artfully crafted with a Modern design sensibility & features focused on embracing the indoor/outdoor lifestyle we love so much about living here. $3,695,000.
  • New: 16 Sunny Dr, San Anselmo. 5 BD/3 BA. 3171 sq ft. Hello Modern Chic. Hello Bohemian Paradise. This hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind European Hacienda (plus huge studio) is…
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By, Lisa Roberts @ US Moving Experts (https://usmovingexperts.com/)

One of the best ways to attract more people to your listing and convince them that your home is worth their money is to stage it. Many real estate agents use this technique, and that is not without reason. Staged houses sell quicker and for more money. So, there's no doubt whether you should do it or not. You will be able to make your home look irresistible with our home staging tips. And we will teach you how to do it step by step.

Make your home look appealing.

The first impression is one of the most important things when you're selling your home. Many buyers know if they're interested in buying as soon as they approach the property. So, preparation is the key.

You…

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