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We are DSDI and comprise of cash investors, realtors, and handymen who have experience in the housing market. DSDI was born out of the need left by the housing crises. There are home owners who needed help to escape a mortgage they can no longer afford and those who need a home to either live or invest in. In many cases we will purchase your home for cash! Simply fill out an application and we will get back to you with an offer. We are looking for the best win-win scenario to benefit all parties.
If you are underwater on your mortgage and are struggling to find a way out, perhaps we can help. We will examine possible solutions for you and see if there’s a buyer to match with you or buy the home ourselves.
Are you a buyer who is having having difficulties finding the right home or investment property? If so, allow us to present homes that just may work for you:
Business Name: DSDI
Address: 457 brown lane, Selah, Wa. 98942
Together we can get the housing market moving again.
David Smith is the author of the book, Bible Lessons From Our Pets. He has served in various forms of church leadership for 10 years and has managed large church facility operations for 5 years. David has a love for animals and people, and has a desire to connect others to the Lord using heart warming stories from our pets. God teaches David by using his pets, Bling and Dubz, to speak of His goodness and his love. All David seeks is for those to have an open mind and heart to see for themselves how God’s creation can speak to humanity. David enjoys watching a good football game and living life’s experiences with his wife, Buffy.
Post- “But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds of the air, and they will tell you,” says Job 12:7. Whether you are a Christian or not, there is plenty to learn from our funny house hold pets. From watching my cat, Bling, I have witnessed several life and spiritual lessons. Are there lessons that you can learn from you furry friend? Most certainly, yes! Below is a list of five life and spiritual applications that one can receive from their pets.
1. Unconditional love- Have you ever noticed that no matter what, your dog is always excited to see you? I have. My dog, Dubz, gives me the best greetings I have ever experienced. No matter how long I’ve been gone, or if I’ve punished him, or even if I haven’t given him the attention he always wants, Dubz always greets me with a burst of excitement and love. As his tongue probes every crevice of my face, and his tail moves at a rabid pace, I see what unconditional love can look like. Now I’m not suggesting we greet each other with a great big slobbering tongue, but that our expression of love can transcend our imperfections. My dog simply forgets the perceived wrongs that I commit and chooses to love me with all his heart regardless. What if we’d choose to look past each others inadequacies and love one another? This doesn’t mean that there are no consequences to our actions or behavior, but that we look at the person and not the individuals actions.
2. Fear- My Cat Bling has a funny personality. One of her favorite activities is going outside to hunt all of the disease infested rodents floating scurrying around our surrounding orchards. When she wants to go outside she will often let out a desperate “MEEOOWW” and run to the door, but when the door is open she will just stand, staring out at what she wants without stepping out of the door to attain her desires. If she wouldn’t let fear take over she could have had the desires of her tiny heart, but she waited to long and the door slammed shut. God doesn’t want us to live in a spirit of fear, but to boldly step into the life He wants for us.
3. Trust- I love taking my little Dubz out for walks around our beautiful Yakima Valley, and as we stroll along the roadway I pull his leash in close while passing cars zoom by. But Dubz doesn’t understand that all I want to do is keep him from danger, and he looks at me with those sad eyes that say, “Why won’t you let me be free?” I feel God can be the same way, pulling life’s leash in, on occasion, to protect us from life’s dangers. We may not understand, and think life is cruel, but it’s not, it’s just God’s way of protecting us.
4. Comfort- During my dad’s fight with cancer a few years ago, I was fighting too. My fight was with depression. I was faced with the immanent loss of not just my father, but my best friend. I had a special relationship with him, and I didn’t know how to cope with the hole that his departure would leave. During this time my wife was an obvious comfort. But my Blinger was also a comfort to me in my time of need. She would curl up on my lap, and purr loudly as I pet my stress away. Life’s worries didn’t completely melt away, but for a moment the intensity of life was lessened. Bling was God’s gift to me at this stage of life. Psalm 9:9 shares this, “The Lord is a refuge for the oppressed, and a stronghold in times of trouble.” God gave me the furriest stronghold He could, my cat, Bling.
5. Worry- If you are like me, you have a lot of worries. I am a business owner and home investor, and sometimes work isn’t consistent. I sometimes worry that I will not find the right property to invest, or that I don’t find enough work in my business, and if I don’t, how will I pay for my impending bills? My first reaction is that I stress out, try to push along the process by hunting for leads, but that usually doesn’t get me anywhere. Then I exhaust my earthly resources and trust in God. That’s when God’s blessings kick in. It’s weird, really, when I let my worries go, God blesses me. My cat never has to worry about whether she eats, or is taken care of in any way because we take care of her, and God takes care of us. It doesn’t mean that we get what we want on our time frame, but that we will get what we need on His time frame. The key, in the mean time, is to not worry………
Author Bio- David Smith is a business investor, author, and business owner with several years of experience in the housing market. In fact, he was BORN into the housing market, as his father was a private contractor, serving Washington State. Growing up in an environment with business savvy parents, David has continued to surround himself around private investors, and realtors, which has shaped David’s knowledge of the housing market. David also served investors and realtors by repairing distressed and foreclosed homes, which has opened his eyes to the great need home owners and investors have in today’s current market. David writes on his free time and enjoying life’s experiences with his wife, Buffy.
Want to sell your home? In today’s current market, several people are looking to sell their home, but with the glut of inventory are unable to do so. How do you set yourself apart from others in the same situation?
1. First step is to take the emotion out of selling your home. You may be asking, “how do I do that?” I understand the dilemma, your home has been a major part of your lives: you’ve built a life for yourself in your home, your kids grew up there, and memories were formed in every room. When I sold my first house I wish I could have charged a sentimental charge, but in order to sell our home I took the emotion out of the process, and listened to my local realtor as to where I should price our home. You don’t necessarily need to go to a realtor, but you could easily do the market research yourselves.
2. The quickest way to turn away prospective buyers is to have curb appeal kicked to the curb. Don’t let an unkempt lawn, complete with weeds, overgrown grass, and peeling paint propel all those who may be willing make an offer on your home.
3. Nothing says this home will NEVER be my home like dozens of family pictures littering your home. Great, after all the hard work of sprucing up your lawn, and when you finally have throngs of visitors all you get is a big fat, “no thank you!” It’s not that your home isn’t beautiful, it’s just that potential buyers have difficulty seeing the memories that they could be making when there’s constant reminders that other people had already made their memories. Remember to not take it personally, it’s a psychological thing.
4. While you’re hiding memories from prying eyes, it may be time to declutter your home. Books, movies, CDs, cloths, etc, can be a hindrance to that desired offer you are looking for. If you have extra furniture, consider renting a storage unit to give your home an airier feel.
5. Speaking of airy fairy feelings, to further enhance the openness of your home, consider throwing a fresh coat of paint on your home. But not any color will do. Don’t go all Van Gogh by painting wildly creative colors, but choose a neutral color that would most likely fit a buyer’s tastes. Not only does painting a neutral color add an open feeling, but it will also give your place a fresh look by covering marks, and deliver a fresh smell as well.
6. When it comes to selling your home, cleanliness is next to Godliness. Don’t turn off those pesky neat freaks, just humor them until they sign on the dotted lines. Even rent yourself a carpet cleaner to work on those pesky stains, and perhaps save yourself from adding carpet replacement to your tab. On top of beautifying your pad, cleaning your carpet will help remove any allergens in the air so that people are crying because of how beautiful your home is, and not because they are deathly allergic to your dog, Fido.