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If you own your home, there are hundreds you can do to increase it's value. In most cases, home improvement and maintanence is a never ending job, but you have to start somewhere. So, here are 7 ways you can add value to your home.   1. Update Your KitchenThe kitchen is the heart of most homes. R...
08/19/2016
Did you know that roof repairing season is upon us? For various reasons, Las Vegas home improvement undertakings skyrocket in the summer months, and roof improvement projects are no exception. The roof is an essential part to any home and proper care is vital. Without regular maintenance, a roof ...
06/22/2016
 With online floor plans, virtual tours and high resolution photos, some question whether an open house is actually necessary during the selling process. The convenience of clicking through the internet generally trumps the seller actually getting up and requesting a tour. Additionally, as a sell...
03/25/2016
They’re fun! They’re easy! They’ll save you money!  Who doesn’t like hearing all of these things when selling their home? When assessing repair and renovation costs before putting a home on the market, most families turn their attention to DIY home improvement projects. While small DIY weekend pr...
02/10/2016
According to a study by Core Logic, over 2.2 million homes in the U.S. are exposed to a very high risk of wildfire damage.  The estimated reconstruction cost of the at risk homes is over $606 billion.What's more, over 1 million of these homes fall into the highest wildfire risk segment.Most of th...
10/22/2015
Changing the locks to a previously shared house in the midst of a divorce can get pretty nasty. There isn’t a law that will forbid you to switch up the locks. However, while you may decide to do this, your spouse can also legally break in without being charged- bashing a window or knocking down t...
09/24/2015
This article is written by Daniel Weintraub & James Selth of Weintraub & Selth APC a Los Angeles Bankruptcty Law Firm. This article is part 2 of the series "What Happens to My Home If I file for Bankruptcy" Read Part 1 HereSo how does one apply the homestead exemption?  Like all exemptions, the h...
07/23/2015
This article is written by Daniel Weintraub & James Selth of Weintraub & Selth APC,  a Bankruptcty Law Firm in Los Angeles, CA.A question we often face from our clients who need relief from credit card debt, bank loan taxes and judgments is "Will I lose my house?"  It’s an understandable concern,...
07/23/2015
An open house is a great way to attract large numbers of potential buyers. With these large numbers however, comes greater responsibility in ensuring the safety of visitors on premises. Depending on the state you live in, the practitioner and the real estate brokerage may be liable for any accide...
07/10/2015
In the United States, our legal system holds landowners responsible for ensuring the premises are safe for those who are invited onto their properties. According to Los Angeles personal injury attorney Brian Panish, property owners have an ethical and legal duty to make sure their premises are fr...
05/26/2015
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