18 11, 2018

Simple Tips to Prepare to Move Into Your New Home

By |2018-11-19T08:57:35+00:00November 18th, 2018|Personal Finance|0 Comments

If you are preparing to move into a new home, you need to get everything ready. It is easy to overlook the necessary steps to fully prepare for the move and improve your new residence until the last minute. Consider this list to make your new home a safe and welcoming place for you and your family. Review the Quality of the Neighborhood If you are preparing to move, choosing a location for your new home is one of the most important decisions you can make. If you have children moving into the home with you, it is important to explore whether [...]

17 11, 2018

Six Attorneys Who Affect Your Finances

By |2018-11-19T08:55:53+00:00November 17th, 2018|Personal Finance|0 Comments

At some period in your lifetime, you may need a legal professional to help you with a situation that can affect your finances. The following are some of the types of specialists you may see and how they can affect your income. 1. Civil Attorneys A civil litigation attorney is an attorney who can assist you with things like small claims and evictions. They can help you if you're a property owner who needs to evict someone so that you can get paid. These lawyers can help you with a variety of other situations such as theft to help you get back [...]

13 11, 2018

My Thoughts on Amazon Coming to Long Island City

By |2018-11-23T15:26:00+00:00November 13th, 2018|Rant|2 Comments

It was recently announced that Amazon's highly anticipated HQ2 was to be split between Virginia and Long Island City (an area right outside of NYC) and I have had mixed emotions on the subject. What is New York PAYING to get One-Half of Amazon's Second Headquarters? I am going to take the cliff notes from CNN since the actual NYC-Amazon offer is 32 pages, The incentives offered for Amazon's Long Island City campus total $1.5 billion if the company hires 25,000 people, and up to $1.7 billion if it hires 40,000 people, which mostly reflects a $48,000-per-job tax credit for every position [...]

13 11, 2018

Types of Workouts

By |2018-11-13T23:07:08+00:00November 13th, 2018|Random|0 Comments

The new year is quickly approaching. Besides hitting it rich by playing online slots with rainbow riches free spins, a lot of people focus on new years resolutions for the new year. A lot of new years resolutions are geared towards weight loss. Gym memberships are started and new workout plans are explored to help people reach their new goals. Gone are the days where you just join a local YMCA and do a standard workouts. There are so many boutique style gyms that specialize in certain niche markets that the options are endless. Depending on your workout style you will be [...]

9 11, 2018

Why Do People Get Insulted on Low Ball Home Offers?

By |2018-11-09T16:26:14+00:00November 9th, 2018|real estate|0 Comments

It honestly feels like yesterday when I wrote post after post after post about selling my first house, looking for a new house and then eventually closing on our current home.  Well, for the past 6 to 9 months The Wife and I have been looking for a new home (numbers behind the idea), and it was during this on going process this week where I ran into a very interesting exchange with a broker. The home was listed for $850,000 on September 1, way out of my league, however when it dropped to $750,000 (still out of my price range) The [...]