Every year, the United States experiences approximately 100,000 thunderstorms, and 10,000 are labeled as severe. Heavy storms are a part of life, and the best thing you can do as a homeowner is to be prepared. Follow a simple checklist of items to examine after extreme weather occurs in your area. This will allow you to quickly discover damage, file insurance claims and solve problems before they become more complicated or expensive.
Keep reading to learn about the five home features you should check once the sky clears.
You’re moving into your new home…you’ve gone through the hassle and the pain of filling out every single line of your closing documents. You’ve dealt with inspections, with last-minute changes to your closing costs, and of course the ever-changing closing date.
So now you’re probably thinking, well all I have to do is move everything in, then I can kick back, relax, turn on the TV and enjoy myself!
Real estate investment isn’t the same as gambling; but these days, it’s hard to know your best investment “bet”. In 2020, things are all over the map. There are supreme opportunities for those who have enough capital they can invest it, then sit on it. Meanwhile, some who previously invested are getting negatively impacted.
A great example is Los Angeles, California. L.A.’s real estate would be $200k to $1,000,000 for some ramshackle shack worth $80k in the midwest. Today, that has changed. Go on Zillow.com, and search real estate in Los Angeles stratified by price.