Investment Properties – Your First Property Investment

November 21st, 2022 by admin No comments »

Investment property is all the rage right now. There is huge potential to make money investing in property and especially for reselling it. When you’re looking for investment property in Connecticut or Nebraska there are some great places that would resale very well. So, how do you find these? Here are a few great tips to help you know exactly what to look for when purchasing a home for investment property.

The Location of the Home

Yes, this is a very important factor when you’re considering where to live. Depending upon where the home is, you may or may not be able to resale it. People look for homes that are in areas that are strictly residential. So, if the home is in a commercial or industrial area, it will not resale as greatly according to research. Try to look for homes, whether on the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) or not – that are in great neighborhoods. If all of the other houses on the same street are maintained and taken care of, your house will sell better as well. No one wants to purchase a home that is right next door to a neglected, overgrown shack! Pay attention to things like this when you’re searching for real estate.

Schools

Is the home within the district of a great school? Because there are so many families that purchase homes and they all want to know that they are in a great school district. You can easily check this by finding out what district the house is in and which schools are valid for the house. Then, search for records of those schools on the internet. There are countless websites available. You can even contact the local school board for more information.

Interior of the Home

So, there are just a few different things that most people look for when they are purchasing real estate for potential resale. One of them is the size of the bathrooms and the closets. People want large, spacious walk-in closets and huge, luxurious bathrooms. Check the home that you’re interested in and gauge a potential buyer’s reaction by your own reaction. Are the areas large enough? What about the kitchen? Is there a ton of cabinet and counter space? Is the flooring more modern, such as laminate or ceramic tile? Each of these things will make a difference when it comes to reselling the real estate that you’re going to purchase. Whether the walls are sheetrock, bead board or paneling even has a ton to do with how the house will sell. It needs to be more modern and very accommodating. Keep these things in mind and you’ll be fine!

True God Stories: Casting Out Demons and Trusting God for the Impossible

April 1st, 2022 by admin No comments »

With a contagious laugh, and a smile that brightened any room, Billy aspired to be a youth pastor. I could tell some hilarious stories describing the wit, humor and all-out hysterical jokes he pulled and the light-hearted drama he excelled in for the purpose of making people smile. Everyone loved Billy.

Billy had a gland condition which caused his hands to sweat profusely. Since he loved to west coast swing, he was constantly wiping his hands on a towel he tucked into his waistband. He decided to have a surgery to reduce the sweating, but it didn’t go as planned and resulted in bone-dry hands instead. Dancing with a partner is a unique animal in which one needs a certain amount of moisture in the fingertips for proper ‘grip’ with one’s partner. Billy was noticeably upset but remained good-natured about it. We ribbed him about his ‘Michael Jackson’ gloves he had begun to wear, and he always had a witty comeback for us.

Several months later, he went home to Nebraska to visit his family. While there, he tried to commit suicide. Twice. By the time we heard the shocking news, he had been admitted to a long-term psychiatric hospital. I talked to his mom, and she expressed very little hope for Billy. I couldn’t imagine how the person she described could be the same Billy we knew and loved.

Our group mailed him letters but he never wrote back. Months passed, and a friend of mine, Jenny, felt like we should go to Nebraska to visit him. I agreed, but being a single mom, with a fixed income, I simply didn’t have the money. I prayed and felt the Lord tell me to trust Him for the money. I purchased a plane ticket. The following week I received a check from the IRS stating that I had overpaid two years earlier. The refund check covered the ticket I already purchased. We were off to Nebraska.

His mom picked us up from the airport and made us comfortable in the basement of her home. The three of us sat cross-legged Indian style on the fold-out bed asking God for a miracle. The next day, Billy’s mom drove us 90 minutes away to the hospital.

While we waited for Billy, we were ushered into a ‘private’ room. Privacy in a mental ward consists of a door-less room, with large cut out windows on each wall to ensure visibility from the common areas and the hallway. Since many of the residents are likely to harm themselves, they can’t allow any form of real privacy. Someone escorted Billy to our room, and we hardly recognized him. He trudged drearily into the room, staring at his feet or the floor. It seemed that he had a literal weight hanging around his shoulders, and it was obvious that each step he made took effort. Without looking at us, he apologized for wasting our time. He told us that if they let him out, he would undoubtedly try to kill himself again. He was hopeless. He didn’t seem to be happy to see us at all. We asked an orderly if we could sit on the floor for a little more privacy, and he gave his permission.

We encouraged Billy to sit beside us on the cold tile, and as he did, we took his hands in ours. We asked him if we could pray, and he shrugged. I had never seen such sorrow in someone and begged God silently to DO something. As we began to pray, a heaviness came over the room. When one of us would stop praying, the other one would start. I don’t know what we prayed, even later that day I could not recall, but I do know that we were not alone in that room. The palpable, real presence of the Lord was right there with us and we could feel Him guiding our words, urging us to pray in power and faith.

Billy released my hand abruptly. I opened my eyes just as he lunged toward the door and ran from the room. An orderly followed him down the hall where they both disappeared around the corner. We waited. And waited. We asked if Billy was OK, and we were told that he was very emotional in the bathroom.

Reputation Management is the Answer How Your Business Is Perceived

March 1st, 2022 by admin No comments »

Is it true that you are keen on finding out about dealing with your standing? Have you been searching for accommodating and solid data? Indeed, this article will ensure you get a few strong ideas. It will assist you with sorting out some way to more readily deal with your standing.

Posting data via online media locales is essential to your business’ standing. You should post a few times each week at any rate to actually run an advertising effort. Assuming you see that posting via online media locales is overpowering, consider recruiting an aide to make your posts for you.

At the point when individuals invest in some opportunity to offer something about your business, it is vital that you are sufficiently gracious to answer. While you might be an extremely bustling individual, it shows your crowd that you really care about them and what they need to say. This is imperative to keep a consistent client base.

At the point when you talk with your crowd, ensure that you do as such in a conversational tone. Individuals try to avoid the possibility of entrepreneurs continuously addressing them with promoting to them. While you would like to make a deal, you ought to never cause a client to feel like this is your main concern.

Be grateful. Assuming somebody leaves a decent audit about your organization, send them an individual message and express gratitude toward them for their criticism. On the off chance that conceivable, send your client a coupon for a specific percent off on their next buy as a much obliged. In the event that this is preposterous, earnestly say thanks to them for their input.