During my long career in the furniture business I've often been asked, "What is the proper way to care for my fabric?" After all, you've purchased your dream furniture piece but you're terrified to use it out of fear of damaging it. But you don't have to live in fear! After extensive research and testing I have found the following guidelines and suggestions to be helpful.
Because of the wide variety of fabrics and fiber combinations, there is no guarantee that these methods will be completely successful and I recommend that a professional upholstery cleaner be contacted in particular cases. However, these simple solutions will keep your new upholstery crisp and clean for years!
Rental property investment starts with finding the best deals. To do this, you can increase your odds by finding more deals. Who's more likely to get a cheap apartment building, an investor that looks through the MLS listings and calls it a day, or the one that uses ten resources? Here are those ten:1. Look in old papers to find "For Rent" ads. Call if they are a few weeks old. The landlord may be ready to sell, especially if he hasn't yet rented the units out.
The western parts of Singapore will be undergoing a facelift, as two private residential sites there have been put up for sale in a governmental effort to make off-central housing more affordable.Developers are preparing bids for a 1.27 ha site at the junction of West Coast Link and West Coast Crescent – situated just opposite West Coast Park. The area has a Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 35,456 sqm, which can yield 360 units. Industry insiders tell The Straits Times that the natural offering found in nearby West Coast Park and Clementi Woods will paint a greener and more open scenery for future residents.
Private home demand continues to pick up as MCL Land’s condominium development Terrasse finds owners for over 150 of its 414 units. The average selling price of the Hougang Avenue 2 condominium – with units ranging from one-rooms that start at $580,000 to penthouses starting at $1.85 million – was $950 per sq ft (psf).
Nine out of ten buyers were Singaporeans and permanent residents, while the rest consisted of buyers from countries including Malaysia and China.