Monday, October 10, 2011

Rental Home

Thanks for the guest post by Jo Levy

Two years ago, we decided to put our house on the market. For six months, we had no offers on the house and only had three potential buyers come to look at the house. We really needed to move because I had accepted a job that was making my morning and evening commute over an hour each way. We decided that we would rent our house out in order to have a little income until the housing market got better. A lot goes into renting a house. Fortunately, we have taken really good care of our house so we never get calls about major problems needing to be fixed. One thing that we decided to do on the rental house was to get fixed-rate energy so that we could keep the power bill in our name and the renters could pay us the same amount each month for power. We found out that this was available by searching shopElectricityRatesTexas. We have had the same renters in the house since we moved out and they have been very honorable and trustworthy. They seem to take really good care of the house, just as we did.

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