Archive for July, 2017

Best Budget Mic Ever

Friday, July 28th, 2017


Here’s my review of the little Comica VM-10 and Comica smartphone video Mic. Don’t forget to like and subscribe!!

The Comica Smartphone Video Mic: Mic comes with super directional pattern,and the sound picking up area concentrates along the Mic’s axis,which takes you very good and clear audio.
While you put the earphone into the Mic’s monitor connection,you can do “playback” audio monitor.
The Comica Mic is made of 100% Aluminum material, which brings you very good anti-interference effect and ensures the stable recording environment.
The clamp is used to fix the position of your smartphone to make sure it’s stable enough for audio recording.
The Windscreen and Muff can efficiently filter the background noise,they will take you the ideal audio even in the high wind condition or atrocious weather from outdoor filming.

Shotgun Mic:
Professional interview Mic: Accurate and professional Mic design, to make sure the audio recording more perfect
Super shield and anti-interference:CVM-VM10 microphone utilizes 100% aluminum for processing, which comes with super shield and anti-interference function, to make sure your audio environment stable enough
Accurate and light?pro professional: CVM-VM10 microphone is designed in a very slim body and light weight, convenient for carrying and usage.
Professional shock-absorption stand: CVM-VM10 microphone is designed with professional shock-absorption stand which is made by silica gel, to avoid any operation shaking
Packed with Windscreen and WindMuff: Both the Windscreen and WindMuff are used for filtering background noise coming from outdoor wind, to take you more clear sound.

Comica Shotgun mic
Comica Cell phone mic

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First Time Home Buyer Mistakes

Saturday, July 22nd, 2017


Many people have asked whether or not FSBO’s are really worth the time and effort involved in the sale. The simple answer is, Yes! It stands to reason that the FSBO industry is based on some amount of success or else it would never have grown to the size it currently is. And the industry is growing in size every year. Part of the reason for this phenomena is the fact that home sellers are becoming more and more educated on the involved process and as such are demanding a level of service that many real estate agents are not willing to provide, or able to provide due to a high number of clients.

The resolution to this problem has been the education of sellers and the drive to eliminate the middle man. For years people were convinced the only way to sell a home was to contact their local realtor and then wait for the offers. But what if that agent was not providing enough service to sell the home in a timely manner? Was there any real way to ensure that this was being done? It can be hard to trust someone in such a way when nothing appears to be happening. But you can trust yourself, right? So, why not give yourself the tools you need to become your own real estate, agent?


The part that cannot be stressed enough is the need to educate yourself on the process before you undertake the selling of your own home. Start investigating the rules and regulations concerning real estate contracts and conveyance. Find out about liens and easements and inspections. In selling your own home there are a lot of hats that you will have to wear. Of course, it never hurts to get legal advice and guidance from a lawyer educated in real estate law. There is also an abundance of information available online to help guide your education. The web is a great resource for almost every aspect of the home sale process so take the time to investigate these things to the full extent. Good luck!





Budget for Closing Costs – Home Inspection and Title Fees

Friday, July 14th, 2017

Purchasing a home is a euphoric event. Once escrow begins, the euphoria can change to frustration, particularly if you are not ready for the closing costs that quickly accumulate.

Budget for Closing Costs – Home Inspection and Title Fees

Closing costs simply refer to the fees associated with various things associated with the escrow process in a real estate transaction. In the excitement of having an offer accepted for your dream home, you can easily lose track of the fact you are going to need to have some serious cash on hand to pay them. Many people make the mistake of only assuming they need the down payment money and have to rush around town trying to come up with money for the closing fees.

If you are buying a home, you need to get a professional home inspection. Doing so can reveal potential problems with the home that you wouldn’t otherwise notice. Problems can include things such as rot, termites, water leaks and a bevy of other issues. The time to do this is during escrow. Of course, that means you are also going to have to pay for the inspection. Depending on the size of the property, home inspections can run a few hundred dollars up to a few thousand. Make sure you have money set aside for the fees.

Title insurance is something you absolutely must purchase when you buy any real property, a home, building, land or whatever. Title insurance protects both you and your lender. Title insurance is just what it sounds like. A title company will research the title of the home and essentially guarantee that the title is good. This means the seller actually owns the title and has the right to sell it to you. The title company will also make sure there aren’t any liens on the homes or other things that will cause you problems. Depending on the price of the home, title insurance can run you a couple of hundred dollars or up into the thousands. Again, it is important to find out the cost and budget for it.

Title insurance and a home inspection are two things you should absolutely have when purchasing a home. Just make sure you budget for them.


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Monday, July 10th, 2017