Author: Alex Delaney You are not alone. The Covid-19 pandemic has rocked our world to the core. But you don’t have to wait for everything to fall apart. There are steps you can take to keep your credit in good shape, or at least keep it from bottoming out. 1) Determine your budget. We are…

Read More

Author: Alex Delaney There is a lot of information out there regarding the Covid-19 virus. We want you to be safe, so we have reviewed Red Cross, CDC, Johns Hopkins and other websites to bring you the most up to date information in an easily reviewed format. This is a new disease and we are…

Read More

Author: Alex Delaney Credit Repair Agencies abound in this time of advanced technology and easily accessed information. Many agencies have formed specifically to work with people on improving their credit scores. Some of these agencies use valid strategies to do so. Others are scammers who take risky tenants’ money and provide false information to landlords.…

Read More

Author: Alex Delaney Bad Credit?  Low Credit Score? Your credit score determines whether you can get a loan with a high-interest rate, or a low-interest rate, or whether you can access credit at all.  It takes time to build a good credit history but starting now will put you in a better position in the…

Read More

Author: Alex Delaney November Atlanta Christmas Gift Show When: Nov 1-3; Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Where: Atlanta Expo Center North; 3650 Jonesboro Rd SE, Atlanta, GA Get your holiday shopping out of the way! This event has over 400 quality booths selling crafts, gifts, decor,…

Read More

September: Atlanta Greek Festival When: September 27-29 It’s time for the beloved annual Atlanta Greek Festival. Artisans, traditional dancing, Greek beer and food, food food! Sample wines and cheeses, and baklava, spanakopita, patstichio and so much more!!! Held at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Annunciaton at 2500 Clairmont Ave. Georgia State Fair When: September 27…

Read More

Author: Alex Delaney Some of the most expensive home repairs are because of clogged plumbing. Blocked pipes are almost always a tenant’s fault and most landlords, including Compass, will charge a tenant for the repair. To avoid extra charges, follow these basic rules: 1) Never flush baby wipes or so-called “flushable wipes” and biodegradable wipes.…

Read More

Author: Sylvia Leong There’s something about the fall that brings us back into a nostalgic, cozy sentiment. It’s almost like being a child again because it’s that pure joy of looking forward to this time of the year. Leaves change colors. The weather drops in degrees. Yummy tea or hot chocolate is in our mugs.…

Read More

Author: Sylvia Leong Hello friends! This week’s blog post is a little more direct and personal. It’s mainly for the students who are either starting college or are in their last year of high school. This could even be useful for the college students feeling the sophomore slump.  College is a huge (I mean..hugeeeeee) milestone…

Read More

Author: Alex Delaney State by State laws for the Southeast The South is on the move for the summer. To help you avoid any unnecessary fines, we’ve put together a list of highway traffic laws for the Southeastern part of the country. Georgia: Hands-Free Driving: No individual shall physically hold or support, with any part…

Read More