Do You Own A Vacation Guest Home?

If you own a vacation guest home, you are more than likely using it as a money maker, aren't you? And, to make more money, obviously you want to attract customers. When you do get customers who stay at your guest home, then you want them to return as often as they visit your town or city. With increasing customer stays, do you already have a plan in mind? If you do, then you're all set and you don't need to continue reading. [Read More]

5 Surprising Ways That Security Cameras Can Boost Retail Profits

For retail establishments, the battle between the need to protect the business from a variety of threats and the need to appear welcoming and open is a constant struggle. Due to this, you may be hesitant to increase security through the use of visible (or more surreptitious) cameras. But video cameras are much more important to your bottom line than you may think. And they even add to a good customer experience. [Read More]

Why Sellers Would Counter Or Reject Full-Price Offers

In real estate, it is very common for buyers to make offers on homes for amounts that are less than the asking prices. When this happens, the seller is able to counter the offer, if necessary, or accept or reject it. There are times, though, when a seller will counter or reject a full-price offer on a house. While this may seem strange, it happens more than you think, and here are some of the reasons why this may occur. [Read More]

3 Tips For Buying A Historic Home That's Perfect For You

Purchasing the perfect home for you has a lot to do with considering how old you want the home to be and what kind of care you want to put into managing the home. If you are set on purchasing a historic home, it's important to consider some of the unique qualities that can come with historic homes so that you don't make the mistake of buying the wrong home. [Read More]