Showing posts with label Residential. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Residential. Show all posts

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Residential Exterior Designs and its Linked Services

Residential Exterior Designs and its Linked Services

If you are assembling residential exterior designs you might have come across a design of a Japanese garden or a Mediterranean garden design having herbs off the vine, free spaces for green vegetation and entertainment.


Under any circumstances if you are planning for residential exterior design, it is better to start it with the help of landscape architects or landscape designers. These landscape professionals are trained to provide custom residential design services making you experience the complete design development process, including analysis of property, consultation as well as program development, conceptual landscape design, plus construction documentation and permit. To turn your vision into reality you can take help of exterior design services.


Variety of Ideas for residential exterior design


Jeff Halper with Exterior Worlds states: "With a design for a green garden, the goals are basically the same as for any other landscape project with a special focus on reducing the main concerns of ongoing landscape maintenance: watering, trimming, weeding and mulching". A green garden should be ecologically smart, sensible and maintainable.


Effective Drainage system


A well-planned drainage system provided by exterior design services has a great impact on the physical condition of your yard and its enjoyment. Drainage systems are significant for any residential exterior design. It affects the maintenance of residential landscape preventing standing water which may cause slippery surfaces, mosquito breeding grounds, plus washed-out landscaping. A suitable landscape drainage system is needed even for your lawn as it timely removes water, consequently facilitating for healthy plants.


Irrigation System


It helps you in delivering the right quantity of water to the appropriate plant material as varying plant materials require different watering conditions and varied sunlight conditions. It helps your landscape to be separated in zones such as lawn, bed and color. They use controller box technologies including timers, time delays and rain sensors, setting a standard schedule for watering needs of the landscape letting you to switch over to perform tasks manually for sudden needs.


If fixing drainage and irrigation method are not possible you can use custom decorative drain gates to decrease the negative visual impact. To be in harmony with the design of the rest of the landscape is the ultimate goal of the design of these systems. You need not worry! There are exterior design services to share your load.


Exterior lighting: the right exterior lighting provides security and safe access. It highlights beautiful garden elements such as trees helping you to control what outsiders can see by leaving certain things dark. It is an inexpensive way of boosting property value.


Water fountains: make an elegant statement by creating a pleasing as well as welcoming focal point. You love to listen to its noise compared to that of air-conditioning units, lawn mowers or the traffic.


Pool design: Various geometrics, materials and plantings could be used in creating a water work of art, a water-park, an Olympic-sized pool or a cocktail pool. Pools are generally designed by an architect managing the construction supervising all the details.


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Sunday, September 3, 2017

Investing In Residential Property: First Position Vs. Second Position

Investing In Residential Property: First Position Vs. Second Position
When investing in residential property, it is important that you become familiar with all the different terms and concepts. One concept that you need to become familiar with is first position versus second position. In certain situations, knowing if you are in first or second position is very important.

To begin, you have what are called either a first trust deed or even a second trust deed on any property. Of course, it can go beyond a second to a third and so on. A trust deed is another name for mortgage paperwork. A first trust deed is the one that is in first position. Who is in first position is decided by who records their paperwork first with the county recorder. If you and another party were to both loan somebody money on a house at the same time, and you were the first to record the deeded trust at the county recorder, you would become the first trustee.

Who is first trustee is an important fact when investing in residential property. The trust deeded first has all the power in the manner of being able to collect the amount that is owed. Normally with a trust deed, you have a promissory note. The promissory note is not recorded along with the trust deed. It does not become a public document.

If the piece of property you have invested in needs to be foreclosed on and you have the first trust deed, you can foreclose the property without having to go through the party in second position, if there is one. If you decide to put the property up on an auction and no one buys it, then you would officially own the property. If there is a party in second position, once you own the property, the second trust deed is gone.

There is no value there anymore and no way for party in second to collect, unless they bid on the house when it is auctioned. The party in second has very little reason to bid on the house, unless there is still a lot of equity left in the house

There is very little protection if you are investing in residential property, and you are in second position. Being in second is a very precarious situation. The party in first will always have priority over other deeds.

When investing in residential property, it is important to look at all your options. Research is key in real estate. Make sure to analyze the various scenarios that can occur when investing in residential property and plan for them.


With over 20 years of experience in northern Nevada real estate, Greg Hughes is an expert at investing in residential property in Nevada. His firm offers clients a great way to invest in real estate. For more tips about real estate, visit Reno Real Estate Investment Advisor Greg Hughes' blog.