Category Archives: Real Estate

Feng Shui and mobile homes

For those of you unfamiliar with Chinese art and science called “feng shui,” it is an ancient system for determining how people are affected by their immediate surroundings. Like “astrology for architecture”, when you build a house combined with the orientation of your compass, it will reveal that the house has a certain personality or […]

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Obtaining $ 20,000 military loans is not a fantasy, it is possible

The ideal that members of the military are free from the financial worries that the rest of us have is really misplaced. Utility bills, school fees, grocery bills, and credit card debt are a reality for military families as well as for any other family. Therefore, the additional funds may be essential to handle financial […]

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How to profit from vacant land without selling it

Well now you’ve bought that ideal piece of land you’ve always dreamed of. Maybe you are planning to build your retirement home there or maybe you are taking the family camping. Now what? Tax bills will start rolling in and that could put a strain on your wallet. It’s not like a rental property where […]

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10 ways to lose money on real estate notes

While investing in unprofitable real estate notes, or NPNs for short, can be a great way to get insured returns above average compared to the roller coaster stock market or 1% on a CD. Although like all investments, there is no guarantee that you will make money. In reality, if you are not careful, you […]

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Factors Considered in Home Appraisal: The Most Important

The appraisal is simply an estimate of the value. A licensed appraiser will evaluate the property and provide an opinion on the condition of the property doing it. Although it may be similar to inspection, but there is a big difference. The main objective of this activity is to give a justified opinion on the […]

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Waiting is the Hardest Part: Chapter 7 Attorneys Explain Waiting Periods After Bankruptcy

With your credit in tatters, you’ll have to be patient for a little longer before acquiring many of the things you’ve wanted for so long. You took the right steps when you hired Chapter 7 attorneys to regain control of your finances. Unfortunately, there are a few things you will have to wait for after […]

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Tax benefits of buying UK property through an offshore structure

There are many advantages to creating an offshore structure and protecting your property in it. Tax advantages are just one of these; let’s look at this in a little more detail: In offshore jurisdictions such as Guernsey and Jersey, there is no tax on income generated outside of Guernsey and Jersey. There are no capital […]

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Ways to cure “the grass is greener” syndrome

When I was in my early twenties, one of my first jobs was in sales. But I didn’t just sell, I was taught to be a “sit close,” more skilled than a used car salesman, like a vulture-type locking machine. No regrets for people’s situations. No concern for your wallets. Sell ‚Äč‚Äčthem and sell them […]

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Texas Instruments BA II Plus Financial Calculator for College and College Students

If you are a college student majoring in accounting, economics, finance, marketing, math, real estate, science, or any other business major, the Texas Instruments BA II Plus financial calculator is for you. Recommended by teachers, professors, and financial class advisers, it sets the standard that all other financial calculators struggle to meet. Both the BA […]

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Estate Planning Basics: Financing Your Trust

The assets you own can be transferred to your chosen heirs or beneficiaries after your death in one of several ways. If the particular asset is owned by you and someone else, such as a residence you own jointly with your spouse with right of survivorship (JWROS), the property will automatically pass to your spouse […]

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