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5 Common Problems of Renting with a Roommate and How to Deal with Them

Whilst renting out a property with another person has plenty of benefits, such as the lower cost of living, always having company and sharing the burden of chores, there may well be situations that arise that could see you regretting your decision. Here we cover five of the most common issues that arise out of […]

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How to Diagnose and Deal with Home Wiring Problems

One of the biggest risks in the home, particularly if it’s an old house, is that of faulty electrics. Buying a new home is an exciting prospect; however it’s one to be completed with a large degree of logic and forethought. The problem with electronic problems is that even though a home may look like […]

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Do You Know Deal Dash?

Penny auction operator DealDash Inc. has grown by leaps and bounds since opening in 2009. Penny auction methods can feel complicated particularly to prospects who definitely are new to this idea. Penny Auctions are a new type of auction where users can get fantastic deals on brand new items. Deal Dash is a site where […]

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Personal Survival – Can You Deal With Panic?

Looking back on the first emergency situations I ever dealt with, I was always amazed at how the brain would start to racing no matter what you did.

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Getting a Good Deal with a Foreclosure is Harder than you Think

The typical AS IS addendum will specify that the buyer is not to rely on the seller or seller’s agent regarding the condition or safety of the property being sold. This declaration of total ignorance includes all portions of the property and any improvements. It encompasses electrical, heating, sewage, plumbing, the roof, the AC, the foundation, the lot size, the appliances, the soil and even the basic geology of the land the property sits on. But take note that the exclusions aren’t limited to the items listed specifically in the document. It will go on further to state that the seller and seller’s agent are also not responsible for the compliance of any of the above mentioned items to City, County, State and/or Federal statutes, codes and/or ordinances. If you’ve never taken the time to read through a full AS IS Addendum before you should take a minute (or an hour depending on the sheer length of the document) to give one a once over. We’ve only brushed the tip of the iceberg here.

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