Artículos de la Categoría " Bienes Raices "

  • <!--:es-->FVP le ofrece su casa moderna al 0% de interés<!--:-->

    FVP le ofrece su casa moderna al 0% de...

    La misión del grupo de Bienes Raíces Family Property Value tiene como prioridad dar a muchas familias las posibilidades y facilidades de ser dueños de su propia casa. Los fundadores de la compañía creen firmemente que al poseer su propio hogar establece mas firme la seguridad y la base de la familia entera.

    El programa esta diseñado para personas que tal vez piensan que no podrían adquirir una casa, pero que después de ver las posibilidades que existen con esta compañía se dan cuenta lo fácil que es y que no es necesario pagar cantidades exorbitantes y con un enganche mínimo…


  • Sácale partido a tu Jardín Pequeño en Cualquier Epoca...

    ¿En qué estación estamos? No importa. Cualquier época es buena para sacarle partido al jardín e incluso para tener en una terraza reducida, un pequeño oasis particular en medio de la ciudad. Disfruta de las flores en cualquier época.

    Las flores ofrecen sensación de vida, de vitalidad y energía. Los colores imprimen al ambiente una alegría especial. Tulipanes, clavelinas, azaleas, o sencillas margaritas pueden plantarse tanto en pleno jardín como en macetas formando parte del interior y del exterior de la vivienda.

    Haz de tu jardín un espacio agradable

    Disfrutar de un…


  • <!--:es-->Los Impuestos Obligan a Vender<!--:-->

    Los Impuestos Obligan a Vender

    CHICAGO – En la ciudad de Chicago, Illinois, los hispanos se han visto obligados a vender sus propiedades y mudarse a la periferia. La razón: la suba de impuestos a niveles insoportables para sus economías. Un fenómeno cada vez más difundido en Estados Unidos y que, según los sociólogos, ya tiene un nombre: “gentrificación”. Por suerte, aún hay modo de hacerle frente.

    Los habitantes hispanos de dos barrios de Chicago se ven forzados a vender sus propiedades ante la imposibilidad de pagar los crecientes impuestos, lo que da paso a un fenómeno llamado…


  • <!--:es-->High-Value Home Additions<!--:-->

    High-Value Home Additions

    When we moved into our present home 15 years ago, we picked the smallest of the three bedrooms for our master bedroom. It had a corner fireplace and a small bathroom, and it was a few steps from our three-year-old son’s room.

    But now that little guy has become a big guy. And though we love to hear his rock group practicing in the evenings, we’re beginning to yearn for a private retreat—a quiet master suite where we can relax, read, or luxuriate in a hot bath away from the household hustle and bustle.

    And we’re not alone: Nearly every new house built in our…


  • <!--:es-->Hidden Costs of Home Remodeling<!--:-->

    Hidden Costs of Home Remodeling

    You’ve planned your home-improvement project responsibly by figuring out how much it will cost and putting money aside accordingly.

    But whether the contractor tells you the price is going to exceed his original estimate or you find yourself buying more than you expected, hidden costs can leave you spending much more than you originally anticipated.

    These hidden costs can come from a variety of places.

    When you hire a contractor, that person gives you an estimate of how much it will cost to have a particular job done. But, “sometimes when a contractor begins doing a job, he…


  • <!--:es-->Home Inspection Pitfalls<!--:-->

    Home Inspection Pitfalls

    Any real estate agent worth his or her salt will recommend that you have inspections done before buying a home. That’s good advice. But, completing a thorough home inspection can be easier said than done.

    One issue is time. Most sellers want their homes inspected as soon as possible after the contract is ratified. But in active markets, like we’ve seen in recent years, the good inspectors become backlogged. It can be difficult to line up the inspector you want on short notice.

    Multiple offers are still common in many areas, although the incidence is waning in areas where the…


  • <!--:es-->Fannie Mae to pay 400 million dollar fine in accounting scandl<!--:-->

    Fannie Mae to pay 400 million dollar fine in...

    WASHINGTON – US mortgage finance giant Fannie Mae agreed to pay a 400-million-dollar fine for massive accounting violations after an audit highlighted “an arrogant and unethical corporate culture,” officials said.

    The settlement was announced jointly by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight after a OFHEO report detailed improper accounting and earnings manipulation designed to trigger bonuses for senior executives from 1998 to 2004.

    “The penalty and settlements represent a major step in correcting a dangerous course that…


  • <!--:es-->GARDEN CARE:  Lawns & Landscaping<!--:-->

    GARDEN CARE: Lawns & Landscaping

    Putting the garden to bed for the winter is mostly a matter of cleaning up and covering up. As fall progresses and temperatures drop, those plants that aren’t killed outright by frost prepare for dormancy. Clear out the blackened stems and foliage of annual flowers and vegetables to prevent the possibility of their harboring disease pathogens and insect eggs over the winter. The cool weather is a good time to make a cold frame, dig and box in raised beds, and make general repairs.

    While it appears as if all activity in the garden has stopped, there’s a lot going on under the soil…


  • <!--:es-->High-Value Home Additions<!--:-->

    High-Value Home Additions

    When we moved into our present home 15 years ago, we picked the smallest of the three bedrooms for our master bedroom. It had a corner fireplace and a small bathroom, and it was a few steps from our three-year-old son’s room.

    But now that little guy has become a big guy. And though we love to hear his rock group practicing in the evenings, we’re beginning to yearn for a private retreat—a quiet master suite where we can relax, read, or luxuriate in a hot bath away from the household hustle and bustle.

    And we’re not alone: Nearly every new house built in our community features…


  • Holiday Candles without risk to your home or wallet

    December is the busiest month of the year for Pat Condelli’s home-baked-good business. To create a holiday glow — and keep customers shopping — she burns candles round-the-clock in her house. But instead of lighting and replacing tapers as they burn, Ms. Condelli flips a few switches to light up her new LED “candles,” powered by rechargeable batteries.

    “I was a paramedic for seven years, so I was always on edge with real candles around,” says the New Kensington, Pa., baker. “Now, I feel safe.”

    Appealing to more energy- and safety-conscious consumers for the holidays,…


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