Should You Become an Absentee Landlord?

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Today we have a guest post for you from Listen Money Matters about whether or not you should consider becoming an absentee landlord to create another stream of income. The idea of investing in real estate in order to turn it into a rental property and gain a steady income might sound appealing, but there can be both positive and negative effects of following through on that idea. In addition, if any...

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What options exist for the UK’s younger house buyers who are priced out of the market?

While the United Kingdom’s housing market offers an array of options, the costs sometimes preclude younger buyers from purchasing a house that they want. Instead of feeling as though no choices exist, this group of buyers can explore other possibilities that are friendlier to their budgets. Co-ops and Condos Purchasing a house is often at the top of everyone’s priority list. However, living...

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Your Home, Your Haven

Some would say that house and home could be interchangeable, but I beg to disagree. A house is tangible. It is only an establishment where someone lives. Home, on the other hand, is any place person or feeling where someone feels accepted and loved. Where he or she can get naked and be vulnerable, physically and emotionally. It is where a person can feel a sense of security and belongingness. That...

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Don’t Pay 1,000’s Selling Your Home

If you bought your home below market value and are aware of all the costs involved, then selling a house can be a fantastic experience, but it can also be disappointing if the opposite is true. There are financial factors many people overlook when entering the market, and knowing them upfront helps ensure you emerge with a smile on your face when you complete on a property. Remember, from legal fees...

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