Tips on how to sell your home fast!

When selling your home, it is extremely important to show your home to its full potential. Here are some simple things you can do to increase the attractiveness of your home to potential buyers while staying within a budget. Some of these items are do-it-yourself projects and others require the help of a professional. Either way, these changes will help […]

Double width mobile homes vs single width mobile homes

Over the past decade, manufactured homes (which are still commonly referred to as mobile homes) have become a great option for new home buyers. Unlike the old shoddy mobile homes in trailer parks that people think of, manufactured homes now come as two-story or even townhomes and include features like high ceilings and fireplaces. However, the basic configuration of prefab […]

Rental property in Limassol, Cyprus

The long-term rental market in Limassol remains strong, despite much poorer numbers in other areas of Cyprus, such as Larnaca and Paphos. Limassol still has a healthy influx of expats, British and other nationalities, either renting in a trial before buying the base or relocating families from some of the Arab states where they are working, but they have found […]

Can I get a commercial mortgage without a deposit?

Mortgages generally require borrowers to make large deposits. The industry standard for your deposits is 20 to 40 percent of the property’s value. Why? Because banks and lenders consider them risky. They increase the size of the deposit to reduce that risk. As surprising as it may sound, a higher deposit is not necessarily undesirable for businesses either. It comes […]

Demystifying luxury vinyl flooring

Feel like the flooring options for your home have gotten confusing? There are so many different types and brands now that keeping up with everything can seem overwhelming. Most people don’t buy new flooring that often, so when you start looking for options, it may feel a bit out of your league. One type of flooring that we hope to […]

Investment lies due to tax lien

A couple of years ago I bought a very interesting book from a yard sale called “Lies My Teacher Told Me.” I forgot the author’s name, but he was a professor of history and in this book he exposed how history has been practically rewritten in textbooks to suit the government institution that teaches it. The book exposed some of […]