Buying a Horse Property? 6 Tips to Help You Find the Right One

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Buying your first horse property is a big step that can bring a lot of joy and probably a little trepidation. Whether or not you’ve bought land or a house before, buying something specifically on which to enjoy your horses is a different task with different priorities than other real-estate purchases. So, how can you know the right property to buy? Here are six handy tips for any newbie. Look for a Quiet Spot.…

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3 Tips For Renting An Apartment Following An Eviction

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An eviction can make it challenging to find a new apartment, but it is not impossible. Some landlords might be hesitant to rent to you, but there are steps you can take to increase the chances of finding an apartment. Here are some things you can do to improve your chances when looking at apartments for rent after an eviction. Talk to the Previous Landlord Before starting your search for a new apartment, talk to the previous landlord who evicted you.…

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But WHY Can't You Take It? A Look At The Logic Behind Banning Items

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A common feature of moving companies is that they all have lists of items that they will not allow onto their trucks. Given that you’re likely not going to pack anything that’s plugged into a power source or that includes open flame, the restrictions might seem unnecessarily strict in some cases. However, there is logic behind the restrictions. If you are planning a move and want to pack things that the moving company refuses to take, it’s likely that the items are either susceptible to damage and able to cause harm because of conditions during the move itself, or the state you’re moving to prohibits the items.…

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