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by Leigh Goessl
7 months ago
Should You Buy a Vacation Home? 6 Things to Consider

While a vacation home's purchase price may be good, it is important to consider all the other expenses connected with owning a secondary home.

Business & Money
by hford
1 year ago
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Is Your Home Ready For The Vacation Rental Market ?

Credit: Molly Ford For many, a second home is a peaceful retreat to escape to on occasion. An oasis of calm. It can also turn into a drain on your finances. With an extra home comes extra bills, extra maintenance costs, etc. Many homeowners consider renting out their second...

Business & Money
by Rick Ryan
1 year ago
Investing in Your First Income Producing Property

Billions of dollars can be made in real estate investment every year, just ask Donald Trump. The question is, where do you begin? If you have ever seen real estate investing ads on the internet or watched infomercials on television, you may have noticed there are a variety of ways to invest in property. It can be overwhelming trying to decide which method is the correct avenue for you. There is also a lot of mistakes made in purchasing your first income-producing property but by following simple rules you can dramatically increase your chances of success.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Disadvantages to Buying a Vacation Home

However as alluring and appealing the idea might be, as with any investment, it is important to consider all angles of the venture to help determine whether or not buying a vacation property is a smart investment to make.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
How to Save Money When Renting an Apartment

When you go apartment searching, try to rent space which meets your basic living needs. You really don't need more than that and also try these tips to reduce both moving-related and ongoing rental costs.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
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Steps to Take When Buying a New Home

Lately you've been admiring many homes you see as you drive through various neighborhoods and you've even attended a few open houses. After doing a lot of soul-searching, you've decided the time is right to take the plunge and get serious about buying a house.

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by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Is Your Potential Home a Former Meth Lab?

The meth trend has been ongoing and, as a result, the domino effects of the drug's creation and use continue to plague society today in a big way. One of the problems its use and sale has created is ruining homes. Unfortunately, many buyers do not realize they are buying highly toxic homes that once served as meth labs.

Business & Money
by Wild Ginger
2 years ago
Buying a Home in New Zealand: The First 3 Steps

After saving up your 20% home loan deposit and before searching for your new home, here are the first 3 steps to take to make a confident purchase.

Business & Money
by Wild Ginger
2 years ago
Buying Your Dream Home Can Improve Your Health

With a few simple lifestyle changes, you can be saving your way to buying your dream home AND becoming healthier. See how!

Business & Money
by FromMeToYou
2 years ago
Real Estate Investing Takes Much Less Money than You Thought

Did you know you probably have enough money to invest in real estate today? You might be thinking, "Hold on! I don't have $100,000 to buy a home as a real estate investment." Keep reading, I don't have the much money either, but I still bought my first investment property at the age of 19.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
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Making the Transition from Renter to Homeowner

All your life you've been renting and you've reached a point in your life where you've begun to think about how nice it would be to own your own home. After some realistic consideration and a look at the money factor, you've decided to take the plunge and get serious about buying a house. But where to start?

Business & Money
by Bran0615
2 years ago
Make Passive Income from a Rural Property- Part 2

A follow up the in the series of how to make passive income off your rural property.

Business & Money
by Jewels Em
2 years ago
Five Inexpensive Fixes To Help Your Home Sell Faster

Ten easy fixes and updates that will help your house sell faster

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by Jewels Em
2 years ago
Five Quick and Affordable Ways to Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal

These Five steps Will Help Make Your Home the Envy of the Neighborhood

Business & Money
by acko10
2 years ago
The Easy Way to Climb the Property Ladder With Crowd Funding

An introductory article focusing on the relatively new way of buying property through crowd-funding.

Business & Money
by Jewels Em
2 years ago
202 shares
Tips and Tricks for Successfully Buying a Foreclosure Property

Tips and tricks for successfully buying a bank owned property.

Business & Money
by Bran0615
2 years ago
Make Passive Income from a Rural Property

If you are looking to make money from your rural property, look no further.

Business & Money
by Nizzlenet
2 years ago
Estate Planning: Legal Rights for Children

Dealing with estate planning and legal rights for children are challenging. Gain knowledge and tips on how to successfully protect your family from probate.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
2 years ago
Factors to Consider When Purchasing a Home

There are many considerations and questions you should ask yourself as you evaluate the options you have when purchasing a home. This article looks at several aspects to think about when buying a home.

Business & Money
by mjpyro
3 years ago
31 shares
How to Buy a Foreclosed Property

There are a lot of good deals on foreclosed properties but it takes some time to find the right one that meets your goals. Here are some tips to get you started in the process.

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