Man Eaglin

Man Eaglin

Broker-Associate & REALTOR DRE #01248452 Counselor of Real Estate English
41463 Margarita Rd. Suite 100 Temecula CA 92591
(760) 917-9900

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Putting Your Vegetables to Bed This Fall

By Man Eaglin - October 08, 2020
  Growing and tending a garden through the spring and summer can be one of the most fulfilling and rewarding of human experiences. The harvest in the early fall is simply sublime. But cleaning all that mess up? It’s much less poetry-worthy. Even so, there’s a certain art to putting the vegetable garden to bed, one that can increase your yields year after year once you’ve ma

Remodeling for High Return on Investment

By Man Eaglin - September 21, 2020
  Remodeling can be a serious business, especially if you’ve got several pet projects on your list and a limited budget with which to work. It can be tempting to go straight to the items that you find the most important, but if you’re considering reselling your home in the not too distant future, the return on your remodeling investment is really the thing to watch. Luckily, Remo

Is It Safe to Hire In-Home Workers?

By Man Eaglin - August 31, 2020
  As a part of maintaining good social distance, many people are limiting who they bring into their homes. But this can lead to a bit of anxiety when you need to bring in some extra help to do jobs around the house. Plumbers, electricians, and other contractors can’t do their jobs without access to your home’s internal space, but is it safe to bring workers inside when they also

How Does Rent to Own Housing Work?

By Man Eaglin - August 13, 2020
Buying a home is a big deal, especially for those who have had credit problems in the past. The most common way to buy a home is with a mortgage loan, which requires both a credit score that the lender finds acceptable and enough cash on hand for a down payment (and usually some other costs). For some, this can be a barrier to homeownership because they either have previous credit problems or are

Things to Consider When Buying Lake Property

By Man Eaglin - June 25, 2020
Buying a lake house can be a great investment, regardless of whether you intend to use it as a vacation property or a year-round residence. With that said, you shouldn’t rush into buying a lakefront property just because it’s available. As with any house, there are some things that you should think about before you sign on the dotted line. Here are a few specific considerations you sho

Walk in the Light

By Man Eaglin - June 02, 2020
For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, 19 because that which is known about God is evident within them; for God made it evident to them. 20 For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, His eternal power, and divine nature, have been clearly seen, being understood through what has be

Latest Construction Trends

By Man Eaglin - May 26, 2020
Throughout the years, the construction industry, and the trends that it follows, have changed significantly. While some key elements in construction tend to stay more or less the same, in other areas the industry needs to be adaptable to keep up with the changing wants and needs of consumers and other clients. So if you’re considering a change, but aren’t really sure what you want in y

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HOME WARRANTY and HOME INSURANCE

By Man Eaglin, REALTOR - May 21, 2020
When purchasing a new home, it’s important to do in-depth research on all facets of the homebuying process. One thing you’ll need to understand is how to best protect yourself and your investment if anything were to go wrong. Check out the information on home insurance versus home warranty below to educate yourself on your options. Home Insurance Homeowners insurance pays for any acc

Freedom From Covid-19: How to Deal with Your Creditors

By Man Eaglin - May 14, 2020
Tip: How to deal with creditors making payments if you are struggling with finances over Covid-19 lockdown Creditors (NON-Mortgage): Some of our clients struggling with payments to creditors. Mentioned that they were approved up to 3, 6 or 9 months no payment due. After they simply said they have fallen ill with Covid-19. And are on quarantine. No red tape, No questions Asked. Some other

Public Spaces & Social Distancing

By Man Eaglin - May 07, 2020
It goes without saying that no one expected 2020 to turn out the way that it has. The last several weeks have been especially difficult, with businesses shutting down and people needing to stay at home. Though the measures seemed extreme, they were necessary as a way for people to protect both themselves and others in their community. This isolation is finally starting to wind down, with many are
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