Selling a Home Online Is a Viable Alternative

March 29, 2016 by · Comments Off on Selling a Home Online Is a Viable Alternative 

Selling a Home Online Is a Viable AlternativeThe old-fashioned way of selling a home requires a lot of patience and time – not to mention the stress you’re going to have to deal with. Thanks to online technology, the home-selling process can be simplified. With many established online real estate networks, you’re now able to sell your home completely online. Here are some of the main reasons why going this route is a solid alternate option.

It’s Relatively Painless

If you’re taking the route of selling your home online, the most work that you’re going to have to do is entering a set amount of information required by the site. Many sites will also offer you a comparative analysis based on the listing that you provided which will help you generate a fair price that your home can be sold at.

Bringing In Different Buyers

With an online listing, you may receive offers from buyers that prefer to browse online. With all the paperwork pretty much completed on the website alone, the process can be quick and easy for you. Additionally, many of these sites cater to sellers that look to sell their home quickly. This means buyers will continuously search around these sites to find a competitive offer. Many believe that this puts homeowners at an advantage.

The Bottom Line

Selling your home online is a relatively easy process that takes less than half the work of doing it through a real estate agent. It’s a great way to get your home out to the public without providing much effort in it. The traditional home-selling headaches can be avoided by going with this route and could be a lot more valuable than you might believe.

Bio: Kuba Jewgieniew is the head of Realty ONE Group, a real estate brokerage firm that has been ranked as one of the fastest growing companies by Inc. 500.

What is a “Bully” Pit Bull?

March 15, 2016 by · Comments Off on What is a “Bully” Pit Bull? 

Written by: Iron King Kennels

Learn more about bully pitbulls, and why they make excellent guard dogs for your home.

The bully pitbull is unique among pitbulls. Originally bred from an offshoot of the American pitbull terrier, this breed is fast becoming its own variation. The bully pitbull is not named for its temperament, rather for its size and its unique qualities.

If you’re shopping XL pitbulls for sale, there’s a good chance you’re looking at a bully pitbull or some variation. Here are some tips to help you determine if the breed you’re looking at truly fits the idea of “bully”.

The bully pitbull has hair covering its body that is short, close, stiff to the touch and glossy. You’ll find many different colors for this breed, as no particular color is sought through pitbull breeding. Head sizes can also vary. Commonly, you’ll find large heads with a broad skull and pronounced cheek muscles. Depending on breeding stock, the size of the dog’s head will change.

The dog’s shoulders will be muscular, with wide and sloping shoulder blades. Its back is usually pretty short, and its ribs are fairly close together. The ribs will also be deeper in the rear with forelegs set farther apart. The dog’s chest will be both deep and broad in appearance.

Its tail is often fairly short, usually low set and tapers off to a finer point. The dog’s front legs should be straight, although it’s acceptable for the feet to turn outward just slightly.

The dog’s temperament should reflect all that strength, but it should be outgoing and social as well. The breed is versatile, and has a strong desire to please. It will fight when provoked, and is a wonderful guard dog (unlike the blue-nose pit, which is more apt to want to socialize with would-be intruders).