Renting a House

Written by Don Romanek

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House Renting Tips

1. Have tenants share some ofrepparttar responsibilities. If you have a small yard, requirerepparttar 141514 tenant take care of lawn and snow removal. Provide tenants with tools they need such as a mower, rake or shovel and assist whenever possible.

2. Collect utilities in advance. Often utilities will be in your name and difficult to recoup from tenants, especially after they are no longer renting your house. Determinerepparttar 141515 average cost of utilities used and include that amount inrepparttar 141516 rent.

3. Makerepparttar 141517 tenant feel at home. When renting a house, you wantrepparttar 141518 tenant to stick around for a long time. Do something special, or provide a service that makes it hard for your tenants to want to leave.

4. Provide parking or make it easy of your tenants to park a car.

5. Provide laundry. Tenants won’t want to drag there laundry in and out of your house rental. This simple feature will go a long way.

6. Pre-wire your house with Cable/DSL service. Your tenants will want this anyway so you are better off having it professionally installed. It will help you rentrepparttar 141519 house and avoid tenants drilling holes in your walls.

Before you Rent a House

Make sure your insurance covers your house as a rental. Some policies may charge extra if you are renting your house but if you don’t letrepparttar 141520 insurance company know, you may not be covered.

Check with your city or town on regulations. Cities often have rules on what rooms in a house may be used for renting orrepparttar 141521 number of non family members that may live together.

Take time to research rents inrepparttar 141522 area. Getrepparttar 141523 most out of your house rental by getting facts on other rentals in your area.

Don Romanek has been investing in Real Estate for 15 years. He runs where landlords can advertise Houses for Rent or find articles, and forms to help manage rental property.

5 Easy Tips on Using Light to Improve Your Day

Written by Eve Abbott, the Organizer Extraordinaire

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Seasonal Affective Disorder is a condition wherein people who are not getting enough sunlight exposure become depressed physically, mentally and emotionally.

Most people experience this condition in winter and often part ofrepparttar treatment isrepparttar 141480 use of full spectrum light-goggles which patients wear each day for a healthy dose of sunlight.

You can buy a full spectrum lightbulb and put it in your desktop task light, whether you are in a corporation or in a home office. I recommend full spectrum light for everywhere you read, write, do computer key entry or close work of any kind.

Although full spectrum bulbs cost more for each bulb, they use less energy and last five to seven times longer than regular lightbulbs.

You can put one everywhere you do close work of any kind at work and at home. I guarantee you'll noticerepparttar 141481 improvement right away. Light up your own life!

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