Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Credit Repair Tips for 2013 (Part 1)

The market and economy is moving in a positive direction. Service prospects are developing, real estate values are evening out, and the economic points across the board are facing up. Along with that, credit repair chances have never been so delightful. Fair Isaac, the inventor of the famous credit score, doesn’t expose the bolts and nuts of their ways, but it is obvious that along with a reduction in regular debt default values, the FICO formula is much more forgiving of the previous mishaps, and much more rewarding of excellent behavior. It is the time to take control of your credit repair attempts for outstanding results. 

Open Up New Accounts
An exciting and interesting opportunity is the benefit you obtain from opening up new accounts after you have moved past a time frame of negative credit history. FICO is placing additional weight on these new accounts which indicate your ability of being able to get back on your feet and step into action once again. It is true that a couple of months after opening a new account, your credit scores will be slightly boosted, but give it around six months and you will be presented with as much as a hundred point boost. 

Question to the Reader: Have you ever taken financial steps to specifically raise your score?

Friday, July 26, 2013

Regular Service Can Minimize AC Repair

Willis Carrier invented the first modern air conditioning system in 1902. He designed the system initially to solve a humidity problem at the Sackett-Wilhelms Lithographing and Publishing Company in Brooklyn New York. The paper stock that they used in their business would absorb too much moisture in the summer months making it difficult to apply ink to the stock for various jobs. On thinking about the predicament Willis came up with an ingenious insight on how to correct this problem for the printer. He reasoned that if he drew the hot air in the plant across a set of chilled pipes that doing this might solve the problem. Much to his surprise, when he tried it not only lowered the temperature of the air, but also caused the air to reduce its humidity load, which stabilized the paper used in the printing process. After this success Carrier realized he had developed a new technology with far reaching implications and it wasn't long before commercial air conditioning systems were being installed in theatres and department stores all across America making the hot summer months more bearable for everyone. He also came to understand that all this technology would require AC repair procedures. These regular AC repair and maintenance service protocols were yet another boon to Carrier's new business. Because they allowed all their new customers the surety that if they followed them their new systems would always be running in tip top shape.

Modern air conditioners use a refrigerant to cool the air instead of chilled pipes. By using a refrigerant air conditioners take advantage of a very simple scientific principal. When a liquid converts to a gas it absorbs heat when it convert to back to a liquid the heat is released. This principal is called phase conversion. Modern systems capitalize on phase conversion by forcing a mix of chemical compounds to evaporate and condense over and over in a closed system that is surrounded by coils. The coils are used to dissipate the heat and chill the surrounding air. The compounds used in these refrigerants have special properties, which enable them to change at relatively low temperatures. These systems also contain fans the move warm interior air over cold refrigerant filled coils and another set of coils that are specifically used to exhaust the waste heat to the outside.

Even though the biggest job an air conditioner does is to cool the air that is by no means all it does. The other job it does it to monitor and regulate the temperature by using a thermostat. They also have filtering mechanisms and have a secondary function as a dehumidifier. Because dehumidifying is a function of the cooling process all air conditioning systems have drains and moisture collection pans attached to or near the unit.

Along with units manufactured for building other smaller systems were develop that could be installed in automobiles, buses, trucks and every kind of transportation vehicle imagined. Along with all these other systems regularly scheduled maintenance programs were established to minimize their AC repair down time.
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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

2115 Raven Ln SW (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

Assisted Living Home. Package deal with 4 other homes listed in MLS. Short Sale with local bank approval within 48 hours. Facilities currently operational and in use. Please do not disturb residents. Shown by appointment ONLY. Additional 4 properties can be found at 762897, 762883,762879, 762848. Call for updated information.

 763880, 0 beds, 0 baths

2115 Raven Ln SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105

Price: $350,000
MLS#:  763880
Sq Ft: 4,150
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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Buying A New Contruction Home Might Be Best For You (Part 4)


Brand new construction houses may provide you with what you want making it a better deal. Even though pre-built houses are faster and also have a couple of years of age attached to them, they may not provide the same level of comfort or the quality that you are seeking.  Check out Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 if you have not yet.

The main reason why individuals select a new construction house is the power that they have over the design of the home from the start. Every single little thing gets formed as you walk around giving orders and making decisions, with the possibility for you to alter anything that is occurring. You will be able to add in changes and features that match your personal interests and taste. This will give you the chance to be happy once everything is complete since no extra work will be required. Every piece of the house will fit your personal life and style because it is all yours. 

Question to the Reader: Is your next home purchase going to be new construction or resale?