Three Inexpensive Ways to Find New Tenants in San Diego

With world famous attractions, beautiful nearby beaches and all the comforts of a sunny, Southern California lifestyle, San Diego strikes numerous people as a wonderful place to live. Finding new tenants in this area does not even require a lot of work. Just consider these simple, affordable ways to keep a full waiting list for your FortuneBuilders rental properties in this area: 1. Utilize Social Media! In former years, landlords sometimes...

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Real Estate Classes

When thinking about embarking on a new career in the real estate field like Than Merrill, many people think they can just go and sell a property without problems. Unfortunately, this is usually not the case. Without adequate knowledge of how the real estate market works, and how to get buyers and sellers, most people who finish their career in real estate almost as soon as they start. Being well informed about how to buy and sell a home is...

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Coffee Linked to Reduced Cancer Risk

From foxnews.com: Researchers say that women who drink multiple cups of coffee per day may reduce their risk of developing the most common cancer of the female reproductive organs by almost a fifth. According to the American Cancer Society, about 1 in 37 women are afflicted by endometrial cancer, which causes about 10,170 annual deaths in the U.S. While past studies have linked hormonal imbalances, diabetes and obesity to a higher risk of...

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Camana Bay: A Slice of Paradise

Camana Bay is a lively, new town center that is located in Grand Cayman, featuring some of the best shopping, culture and restaurants in the Cayman Islands. For diners, Camana Bay is home to many restaurants of varying cuisines, and is even home to restaurants that use locally grown ingredients.

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Boating in Style

. . .”there is nothing – absolutely nothing half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats,” said “ratty” one of the beloved characters in the timeless classic, “The Wind in the Willows,” by Kenneth Grahame. This statement brings to mind gentle breezes and warm sunshine as you lie on the bow and view the horizon while sipping cold refreshments and eating delicious snacks. It reminds me of the day we set sail for Cabo San...

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