Updating Your Home To Sell on The MLS

Trying to update your home so you can sell on the MLS? That’s great! But it can be hard to know what to fix, what to upgrade, and what to leave alone. After all, you don’t want to spend more money than you need to get your home ready for buyers.  At Green Sur Properties, … Continued

Bad Tenants

Are you suspicious there’s criminal activity occurring in one of your properties? We get it — it’s frustrating. Unfortunately, it’s also a common risk of owning rentals and working with tenants. Sometimes problems slip through the cracks. So what should you do about it? Well, at Green Sur Properties, we’ve helped a lot of homeowners … Continued

Trying To Get Rid Of Asbestos?

Trying to get rid of asbestos? Before 1980, asbestos was commonly used in a lot of different home-building materials.  This means, if you have an older home, it’s likely that the ceiling, wall plasters, wallboard, floor, and even ceiling have asbestos in them.  On its own, this isn’t a problem.  But it becomes a problem … Continued

Got Scammed Selling Your Home Before?

Have you been scammed on the sale of a home before?  Maybe you worked with a real estate agent who listed your home for a low price and you later found out that you could have sold for quite a bit more. Maybe you worked with an agent who didn’t actually work all that hard… … Continued

Your Tenants Are Peace Disruptors?

Are your tenants disturbing the peace in the neighborhood? That’s frustrating for a lot of different reasons. First, it’s often indicative of a bigger problem in the home. There could be excessive substance use. Not to mention that those tenants might end up getting the police called on them. And it’s also not good for … Continued

Tenants Smoking In Your Rental?

Suspicious that tenants are smoking in your property? Obviously, that can be a big problem. Consistent smoke inside your property will cause damage to the walls, carpet, furniture, and even some of the appliances. It’ll fog glass, leave residue on walls, and create a stubborn smell that’s difficult to get rid of. We know … … Continued

6 Ways To Pay For A Foreclosure That Aren’t Cash

Article from PolicyGenius.com. Author: Jeanne Lee Updated September 18, 2020: Would-be buyers of foreclosures might feel intimidated by all their complexities. Don’t you have to pay all cash? Can’t you only get a mortgage from the bank that’s selling the house? Can you get financing at all if the place is run-down and in disrepair? ICYMI, … Continued

Low Interest Rates

Interest rates for mortgages recently hit record lows again! The average interest rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage dropped all the way to a measly 2.86%. And while there’s been a very slight uptick since then — to 3.09% — interest rates are still stifling low. Of course, it’s hard to know how long that … Continued

Selling A Rental

Is it time to bite the bullet and sell your rental property? From managing tenants to paying for repairs, owning a rental property can sometimes end up being more work than it’s worth (especially if your tenants aren’t respecting the property). But selling the property is so final … Is it really time to sell … Continued