January 13, 2015 rummy

Before family or friends come to visit over , take care of these tasks to make your home safe and comfortable. Visits from friends and family are common for many of us. Are you ready? Before company arrives, it pays to look around your home and see it as your guests might. If you’ve been living with a drippy faucet, a poorly flushing toilet, or a sticking door for months, you may have forgotten that these things need attention. A little TLC can make your home friendlier, safer, and more comfortable for your guests. Here are eight things to think about: 1. Be sure your…

December 16, 2014 rummy

As it turns out, some of the most successful people who have ever lived were people who got stuff done one step at a time. Everyone wants to succeed at the big stuff—but it’s when you develop an eye for the ‘smaller’ things that you really begin to make the world a better place. Not as many people care about the smaller things—but small things add up to make big things. Long-term goals are achieved in small portions, and small portions of goals are achieved in our daily routines and rituals. Choosing to succeed often begins with the ‘random’ moments…

November 19, 2014 rummy

Let’s propose a situation. A young man is sitting in a café, waiting to order. The waitress finally arrives—and he is suddenly awestruck with how beautiful she is. He fumbles around with his menu, trying to order without looking stupid. There is no denying that he would love to take her out to lunch sometime—so what should he do? Well, let’s say that he says to himself good things come to those who wait. Maybe, in his mind, he thinks that if he holds off and doesn’t ask her out, that they will end up meeting a different way, or…

September 23, 2014 rummy

Habits are usually emotional One thing that we need to realize about habits is that they tend to be emotional. You might not think of it this way, but waiting until the last moment to get up after hitting the snooze button a dozen times and then rushing off to work to be consistently five minutes late might actually be an emotional dependency that you will need to resolve before you can hope to enact the newer habit of getting up early. This is not always the case, but it can be significant—and it is important that you evaluate such…

September 18, 2014 rummy

Know what to expect and when, while obtaining financing for a home, the first step in getting Pre-approved with your Lender.   Stage 1: Get Pre-Approved: What You Need to Do – You will have a discussion with your Lender and be providing  them with Preliminary Documents. How Long Will It Take? – The discussion will take 10-15 minutes and shortly after your documents are received, you will be issued a loan pre-qualification letter. What’s Happening Behind The Scenes – Your credit and documents provided will be reviewed to be sure you qualify for the loan. You will then be…

September 17, 2014 rummy

We already know that the key to a successful tenancy is to first find a good tenant. Haven’t we often secured good tenants only to find they drift to the wayside and gradually become bad tenants? Why is that? There are a combination of reasons that this happens. Let’s explore how to make good tenants even better and how to keep them that way. Now that you have a good tenant you have already screened, accepted and signed a lease with, you may be tempted to feel like your job is finished for now. The property is rented! Now you can…

September 15, 2014 rummy

According to a recent National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) study, Generation Y (born 1980-1995) — sometimes called Millennials or Generation Next — make up the largest share of homebuyers (31%) in the U.S. They also make up the smallest number of home sellers (12%). Generation X (born 1965-1979) is the second-largest group of homebuyers (30%) and the largest group of home sellers (29%). The NAR report breaks down the large Baby Boom Generation into two groups. Those born 1955-1964 accounted for 16% of home purchases, while those born 1946-1954 were responsible for 14% of home purchases. The Silent Generation (born…

August 25, 2014 rummy

How can you be a more positive person? Being a positive person doesn’t happen by accident. In fact, it is sometimes very difficult to do… but it is completely worth it! Here are some quick tips that can help to eliminate negativity and highlight positive thinking.   1… Stop talking badly about people Talking badly about people is very negative. Even though they may never hear it, you will still be affected by it. It fills you with bad vibes and causes you to adopt a more ‘jaded’ view of people around you. 2… Don’t be judgmental Everyone is different, but that…

July 24, 2014 rummy

Perfect Sunny Starter Home! Two Family Currently Used As A 1 Family.Charming Front Sitting Porch! Great Live In Investment!. First unit 1 bedroom with access to backyard, Second unit has 1 bedroom and updated kitchen. Taxes Reflect Star Program.Full Disclosure Short Sale. Close to House of worship, transportation Key Details Price$150,000 Square Footage1600 Acreage0.05 Year Built1926 Listing ID #3335992 Listing StatusActive Listing Provided By: New York Real Estate Experts Location Street Address25 Monroe St CityMount Vernon StateNY ZIP/Postal Code10550 CountyWestchester County Elementary SchoolEdward Williams Edward Williams School Public School 2/5 Quality Rating 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio Edward Williams School Full Report…

March 7, 2014 rummy

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