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Property Investing in the Era of AirBnB

Property Investing in the Era of AirBnB

In late 2008, a little company you may have heard about was introduced: Airbnb. Over the decade to follow, this on-demand hospitality platform has made a quick and steady climb into the international powerhouse that it is today. It is frequently lauded by solo backpackers, families, and business professionals alike, helping link travelers with unique, secure, and enjoyable lodging both local and across the world.

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How to Prep Your Home for Winter (and Save Money)

How to Prep Your Home for Winter (and Save Money)

Whether owning or renting a home, there is one thing we all have in common: wanting to save money on our monthly expenses. Considering that winter is one of the most expensive seasons, it makes sense to try to reduce those seasonal expenses as best we can.

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Here’s Why You Should Claim Your Home On Zillow

Here’s Why You Should Claim Your Home On Zillow

Homeowners looking to sell their home shouldn’t ignore popular real estate websites like Zillow. Claiming your home on these sites has become simply part of the process.

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The Right Kind of Investing for Millennials

The Right Kind of Investing for Millennials

There are several tried-and-true investing rules. For example, never sell low, don’t invest funds that you need to keep liquid, and don’t panic when the market dips (because it’s not a matter of “if,” but “when”). But while these tidbits are helpful for investors in all walks of life, there are some things that millennial investors should practice in particular.

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5 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid

5 Common Money Mistakes to Avoid

Let’s face it: many of the biggest lessons we learn in life will come from making mistakes. This is true whether we are talking about relationships, our careers, and of course, money.

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How to Plan for Unexpected Expenses When Buying a Home

How to Plan for Unexpected Expenses When Buying a Home

Chances are, you already expect the process of buying a home to be expensive. You've likely been saving a hefty down payment for many years, and you are ready to hand that over to your new lender. Not to mention, you'll be taking on a mortgage loan to pay for a big new purchase.

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