Posted on Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Thousand Oaks real estate has gone to great lengths to generate electronic transactions. A paperless system promises to make buying or selling a piece of real estate a lot simpler as well as save money and speed up closings. However, we have depended upon paper for ages and going paperless isn't as clear cut as it sounds.

Making sure transactions are protected is one of the most difficult aspects about using an electronic system. Electronic signatures were made legal in 2000 however, there is always the possibility of fraud. New rules make electronic transactions even safer, continuing the move to paperless methods.

As this takes place, we will create a better, more ecomomical process.
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Posted on Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Thousand Oaks real estate might make the switch to teeny, tiny houses from giant McMansions. Divisions of the Small House Society are looking to change the way people live, literally. Info about building methods and about the professionals who design and build simple homes ranging from 50 to 1,000 sq ft, is offered by the Small House Society.

By living in these types of compact houses, tenants live simply and efficiently and use far less energy. Bigger homes cost much more and are harder to maintain than a smaller home. Individuals who live in a small space typically find the simple life to be "extremely relaxing," but small living isn't for everybody.
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Posted on Tuesday, November 28, 2006
An increasing number of individuals in their 20s are getting a piece of Thousand Oaks real estate . Owning a home signals more of a sense of responsibility and commitment, especially for twentysomethings. However, the payback is desirable. 20 years ago, people in their 20s were much less likely to purchase a piece of real estate than they are today.

The freedom of becoming self-sufficient is worth so much, even though money might be tight. Rather than paying rent to someone else, many young homeowners prefer to pay a mortgage. A credit card might have to finance a leaky toilet or a new washer and dryer, but at 25, a Thousand Oaks real estate investment is worth so much.
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Posted on Saturday, November 25, 2006
In-home recording studios are widely used for any serious Thousand Oaks musician. According to Billboard reports, the total number of home studios, especially near Nashville and Los Angeles, is rising.

Overall, the cost of putting in a studio is much less than frequent visits to private studios. You ought to think about installing a recording studio in your Thousand Oaks home if you are a serious musician with room to spare.
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Posted on Friday, November 24, 2006
Thousand Oaks real estate has gone to great lengths to implement paperless transactions. Buying or selling a home is so much simpler with a paperless system. Furthermore, it will speed up closings and save money. Going paperless is not as simple as it appears since we have used paper for many years.

One of the toughest parts of using a paperless system is guaranteeing agreements are protected. Electronic signatures were made legal in 2000 however, there is always the prospect of fraud. The move to paperless systems continues to spread as newly drafted legislature makes paperless transactions even more secure.

As this takes place, we will observe a better, more ecomomical process.
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77 Rolling Oaks Drive
Thousand Oaks, CA 91361
Tel. (805) 367-8350
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