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How to Prevent an Accidental House Fire

House fires cause over $7 billion in damages every year according to the American Red Cross, and the unfortunate fact is that most can be prevented. Conducting regular fire safety checks and knowing what to do in the event of a fire can help prevent you from becoming a part of that statistic. Below are […]

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Top Tips To Improve Energy Efficiency In Your Home

Reducing the amount of energy you use in your home is important for a lot of reasons. Not only can you save money (especially in large homes or during winter months), you can also reduce your carbon footprint by lowering the greenhouse gas emissions that come from the electricity, gas, and other fuels that you […]

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Career Guide: 10 Skills You Need to Be a Property Manager

Breaking into property management is easier than you think, but you can’t go in unprepared. Here are 10 property management skills you need to thrive. Have you ever considered becoming a property manager? There’s certainly a lot of benefits to that type of work. It’s flexible enough to compliment all sorts of lifestyles. Plus, it’s […]

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Fire Folly: Here’s What to Do After a Catastrophic House Fire

Each year approximately 350,000 American homes experience a fire. While that number has dropped drastically since the 1980s, few things in life can be more traumatic when it happens to a homeowner. A fire can destroy precious memories and turn your life upside down in a matter of minutes. Here’s our checklist of what to […]

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6 Facts You Must Know About Property Management in Mesa, Arizona

While there is no specific definition that any person can refer to while wanting to figure out who a good property manager is, there are some factors that will help one note a good property management experience. Some of the elements that depict professional homeownership include good contract, perfect tenant-landlord relationship and so forth. Herein […]

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Fires in Senior Homes and Apartments

According to the National Fire Protection Association, senior adults over the age of 65 are twice as likely to be injured or killed in a household fire than the rest of the population. The increased fire risks in senior apartment homes and complexes requires increased safety prevention measures to keep residents safe from injury and […]

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