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What Opportunity Zones Mean for Investors

So you just sold one of your stock or bond investments and now you’re about to get crushed with capital gains taxes, right?Not quite…You see, you still have options to defer or even completely eliminate

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Improving Your Personal Finances

Even if you’re not looking for a property this exact second, you always want to be improving your position. So, focus on the downtime to improve your finances, get your debt squared away, and put

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Why you Should Use a Mortgage Broker to Buy your Next Home

Would you like to build or buy a home today? There are many factors that you should consider. You will note that earlier on, most people used to visit banks in order to get loans that could enable them

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Do More With Your Money

The more money you have, the more things you can do. But what are you going to do with that extra money anyhow?People tend to blow the money that they barely have. Sometimes they blow money before they

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How to Make $10,000 a Month

The goal to make $10,000 a month in passive income is just a long-shot dream, right?Probably. I don't even know why you're reading this article...Wrong!If you're looking for 5 more generic steps to take

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Daddy, Can You Buy More Money For Us?

The other day at the pool, my older daughter Lily asked if we could buy her some more pool noodles.It's not an expensive purchase, but my wife, Jun, reflexively told her, "I don't have any money, ask another

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Underrated Cities To Invest in Real Estate

Everyone is wondering what the best major cities are to invest. We’re going to take a different spin on it… The problem with city-living is the lack of outdoor adventure. Sure, New York has

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Best Way to Invest 100k

Let's have some fun today and talk about the best way to invest $100,000. It is a lot of money, but it's also not a lot. You might have $100k after selling a house, rolling over a 401k or IRA, receive

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Roundup 14

Here, I collect the best articles each week in real estate and personal finance. If you have an article that you'd like to submit, please comment below or email me on the contact page.The Landlord’s

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break even ratio

The Break Even Ratio and When to Use It

There are a lot of ratios to look at when investing in real estate, and it can get confusing. One of the lesser used but still important ratios is the break-even ratio.The Break Even Ratio answers the

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