How to Know If an Apartment Is Good for Senior Living

Posted on: 15 September 2016
If you're looking for a place to rent and are approaching retirement, you might be feeling discouraged. Many people in your age demographic own homes or move to retirement communities, but that may not be what you are looking for. On the other hand, you also don't want to be the only senior in a building full of college students or young families with children. When touring potential places to live, what are some key signs to look for to help you know the apartment will good for a senior lifestyle?
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3 Ways Your Packing Is Making Your Move Harder

Posted on: 8 April 2016
At first glance, packing seems like the easiest part of your move. Just throw your stuff in a box, label it, and put it on the truck. Unfortunately, the way most people pack their belongings could actually be making the moving process harder. Here are three common packing faux pas and what you should be doing instead. Packing for the Home You're Leaving Possibly the most common mistake people make when packing for a move is boxing up their possessions based on the home they're leaving.
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How To Install An Electromagnetic Door Lock To Protect Your Business's Interior Doorway

Posted on: 21 September 2015
An ideal way to protect interior doorways inside your business is by installing electromagnetic door locks. Electromagnetic door locks are relatively simple, using no moving parts, yet they provide at least 600 pounds of strength and are difficult to overcome for intruders. The installation process is also straightforward once you have an electronic entry control system in place with an available lead at the doorway. Below is a list of tools and materials you will need, as well as a step-by-step procedure for installing an electromagnetic lock:
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Selling Your Home? Avoid These Three Potentially Costly Mistakes

Posted on: 3 September 2015
Selling a home is not quite like selling a used appliance or even a car. It's an intricate process that depends on the state of the real estate market, the quality of your agent's work, and your own due diligence in ensuring the home is presented as favorably as possible. Sellers often make costly mistakes because they're new to the process and simply don't know any better. Luckily, you can learn from those mistakes without making them yourself!
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