$1,600 Utility Bill for Home Leveled During Hurricane Sandy + MORE

$1,600 Utility Bill for Home Leveled During Hurricane Sandy + MORE

$1,600 Utility Bill for Home Leveled During Hurricane SandyFiled under: News

Kiernan Burke, a resident in the Queens borough of New York City, was charged $1,600 for electricity and gas usage over the past seven months, and he would dutifully pay his debt — if his home had even existed in that time. The Burke family’s home was destroyed in October 2012 by a fire that swallowed a swath of the Breezy Point neighborhood in Queens as a result of Hurricane Sandy…

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3 Sure Fire Ways To Fail At Real Estate Investing

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3 Sure Fire Ways To Fail At Real Estate InvestingIt seems that a week cannot go by without my inbox getting bombarded with “fool-proof” investment ideas and opportunities. Add to that the laundry list of emails I get with new products and services that all promise magic bullets or towering pillars with all the steps I need for real estate success…

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DocuSign Acquires Cartavi

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DocuSign Acquires CartaviThe real estate technology consolidation continued today, as DocuSign acquired Cartavi.

Here’s the press release:

DocuSign Acquires Cartavi to Create End-to-End Digital Real Estate Transaction Collaboration
Cartavi, a DocuSign Company, and zipLogix ® To Deliver Best-in-Class Solution with Forms, Collaboration and eSignature
SAN FRANCISCO, CA; DETROIT, MI and WASHINGTON, DC – NAR MID YEAR MEETING – May 15, 2013 – DocuSign, The Global Standard for eSignature®, and the official and exclusive eSignature provider of the National Association of REALTORS®, announced it has acquired Cartavi, a leading provider of collaboration services for real estate transactions…

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Like it or Not: This Is What Facebook’s $11 Billion Can Buy in Real Estate
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Millions of people use Facebook every day without giving any thought to the fact that there’s a company out there making money off all those Likes and Shares and whatnot. Not just some money, either, but a lot of money. In fact, Facebook just announced earlier this month that it made $1…

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Butternut Hollow House Flip

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Butternut Hollow House FlipTake a look at one of our latest rehabs that Hampden Homebuyers will soon be wrapping up.
This is a 4 bed 2 full bath cape located in an amazing neighborhood. We’ll call it Butternut Hollow.
Butternut Hollow
The house suffered from quite a bit of deferred maintenance and needed considerable updating and upgrading…

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BP Podcast 018 : Flipping, Marketing, and Wholesaling with Danny Johnson
Today on the BiggerPockets Podcast we sit down with fix and flipper Danny Johnson to talk about running a successful real estate investing business. Danny has been investing in real estate for the past decade and has hundreds of awesome, actionable tips that he shares with us in today’s show. From real estate marketing through websites and direct mail to tips for wholesalers and ideas for getting started while working a full time job, Danny’s knowledge is going to blow your mind…

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Wood or Chain-Link? Picking the Right Fence for Your HomeBy Joe Provey
Source: Dakota Unlimited
Through the ages, fences have been made from a variety of materials. Around my neighborhood, I see vinyl, cedar, metal and a number of other fence types. Which is best for you? The answer depends on your budget and stylistic preferences. Here are the pros and cons of homeowners’ most popular choices:

There’s much to recommend when it comes to vinyl fencing…

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