Weâre living in an age of convenience. Groceries can be delivered, clothes can be picked out for you and just about every TV show and movie ever made can be beamed straight into your living room. If I had the…
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I recently wrote an article about how to make $10,000 a month with rental properties. I have personally surpassed that number and will keep going, but not everyone is at that stage in their investing life. What about those who do not have much money and are looking to get started investing in real estate? … Read more
Is the market a seller’s market or buyer’s market? What else is happening in the real estate industry? Read Homie’s October update now.
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The competition for your apartment rental dollars is HOT! To get renters’ business, property management companies try to “wow” prospective tenants. Many rental properties try doing this by designing apartment complexes with the top amenities in the industry! Apartments with an in-unit washer and dryer? Increasingly common nowadays. Apartments with yards? You can find them […]
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When you think of financial empowerment, what comes to mind? No matter what your financial situation is, there are 3 key areas to focus on.
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Mint devotees James, 51, and wife, Carol, 43, hope to mark 2018 as the year they achieve what many only dream of accomplishing: retiring early from the daily grind. Heâs a technical manager and sheâs a self-employed real estate agent…
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You never know what life will bring. You can unexpectedly lose your job. A medical emergency can present itself, or you may have unexpected home repairs. So, as financial advisors would say, having an emergency fund to cover these ’emergencies’ makes good financial sense. An emergency fund then is a stash a money you save …
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If you’re welcoming a second child, your spending and savings habits may need a tune-up.
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Life in the military offers some distinct experiences compared to civilian life, and that includes your budget and finances. The pre-deployment process can feel overwhelming, especially when youâre organizing your money and bills.Â Itâs important you provide your family with…
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