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There are 3 blog entries for March 2016.
The home inspection can be one of the most stressful, worrisome parts of a real estate transaction. From the buyer’s end, it’s a question of what will be wrong enough to stand in the way of my dream?! And I’m going to pay for it?
Yes. And for good reasons.
As they write at REMonline, “It can be tempting to try and save a few dollars and cut out the home inspection step. Maybe you’re considering having a family member take a quick look instead. But buying a home is the single biggest investment most of us will ever make. Isn’t it worth a few extra bucks to protect you and have an independent review of the home?”
The inspection process is your chance to look past the curb appeal and carefully staged rooms to any real problems below the surface.
We’ve all heard of burnout, and many of us have gone through it. But what does it actually mean?
“Burnout ~ emotional and physical exhaustion resulting from a combination of exposure to environmental and internal stressors and inadequate coping and adaptive skills. In addition to signs of exhaustion, the person with burnout exhibits an increasingly negative attitude toward his or her job, low self-esteem, and personal devaluation.”
Business owners, entrepreneurs and people who are self-employed are especially vulnerable. When you add heightened responsibility, long hours, and often the sacrifice of personal time or pleasures, it’s easy understand. Thankfully, with a little help from businessknowhow.com, we can offer you tips to prevent your own
Welcome to this Rectangular Italian Renaissance Colonial Revival mansion. 'Lauriston' is the historic name of the Colonial Revival tile and stucco house built for banker Henry A. Ceasar, completed in 1913. This home was designed by Red Bank and NY architect, Leon Cubberly. With almost six acres of beautifully landscaped property the home commands block long frontage and extensive acreage on all sides. Access allowed by three separate entrances. The estate was known for its fine tree specimens and many flower gardens, extraordinary details & construction and was also known as 'The White House'' of Rumson.
A spacious entrance hall is one of the outstanding architectural features. There are twelve bedrooms and six full and two half baths in this