Prepare For A Career As A Locksmith By Taking A Computer Course In High School

Posted on: 9 December 2014

The locksmith industry offers young workers, even those just out of high school, a long and stable career. Working as a locksmith does not require a four-year degree from a university, and the median national wage for locksmiths was $39,820 in 2013. The industry is rapidly changing, though, and aspiring locksmiths need to prepare themselves for the future. If you hope to open the locks of the future, consider taking a computer course in high school. [Read More]

The Benefits Of Selling Your Ugly Duckling House

Posted on: 25 November 2014

Believe it or not, your eyesore of a home is actually greatly beneficial to you, especially where you wallet is concerned. Learn just why your ugly duckling house is going to net you many benefits when it comes time to sell, and why you shouldn't do anything to upgrade your home in the meantime: The potential swan appeal Maybe your home's design is completely ludicrous. Maybe your main door entry is via the garage or the deep gray brick with hot pink trim just isn't cutting it. [Read More]

Stay Profitable And Respectful - Tips For Communicating With Tenants

Posted on: 25 November 2014

Deciding to go into the property management business can be extremely rewarding, but it is certainly not without its challenges. Outside of the costs and difficulties associated with maintaining various properties, building strong and positive relationships with your tenants can be the most difficult challenge that a property manager is likely to face. Below, you'll find a guide to some tips that should help you communicate more effectively with your tenants. [Read More]

4 Tips For Preparing Your Boat For Winter Storage

Posted on: 9 October 2014

If you're an avid boater, winter may not be your favorite time of year. That's when you have to put your boat away for the season and resign yourself to using your land legs for the season. While you may miss your time on the open sea, the best thing that you can do is take the steps to properly store your boat for the winter. That way, it will be in good shape at the end of the season and ready for you to take back out on the water as soon as the weather warms up. [Read More]