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Financial Management Tips for Selling your Home

Today, a guest post from Crystal – Putting your home on the market can be a daunting experience and if you want to get the best price, it is essential that you are financially savvy throughout the house selling process. With this in mind, here are a few financial management tips to take into account [...]

The benefits and risks of using rental property for a retirement asset

A guest post today – Investment dollars have been pouring into rental property over the last few years. Institutional investors have been big buyers of real estate to rent – finding the yields higher than elsewhere in the market and property prices reasonable following the recent housing crisis. The wide interest has been highlighted (or [...]

Mortgage Rates are Heading Up

You knew that, of course. If you’ve searched for personal loans at sites such as http://www.cbonline.co.uk/personal/loans  you’ll discover competitive rates, but if you own a home in the US and have a mortgage, hopefully you’ve looked at the rates as they dropped and acted by refinancing to a lower rate. But, as I expected, the [...]

Comparing Housing Markets: US vs. the Rest of the World

A guest Post today – In both the US and UK, times couldn’t be much tougher for first-time buyers. Those hoping to sell their properties find that few people are able to afford a mortgage, while those aspiring to become homeowners for the first time are hampered by sky-high property prices. In both countries, the [...]

Aunty’s Perspective on Real Estate in Hawaii

A guest post today from Aunty – There are several ways to invest in real estate. Pants on fire! The one that gets the most attention is buying low and selling higher for a profit. This is called “flipping” and this method is fast and exciting with potentially high rewards in a relatively short period [...]

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