August 2020

Found 35 blog entries for August 2020.

Are you in your twenties and looking to make your mark in the real estate market? Investing in real estate young can not only be a smart move financially in the long term but also the short term too. 

You might be asking, 'But how do I even start investing in real estate?' It's a lot simpler than you might think.

In this article, we will take you through the 5 ways to begin your journey as a real estate investor at a young age. 

So before long, you could have a portfolio of properties on your books and be looking at a comfortable and early retirement! Read on to find out more. 

Investing In Real Estate While Still Young

1. Don't Let Financial Limitations Get in Your Way 

If you are concerned about having little to no capital to begin investing, this isn't actually a worry

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Selling your house, or any property for that matter can be a daunting experience especially if you have never done it before. Some people hire the services of professionals in the field to help them out and take off the hassles from their hands. This is one of the best recommendations when putting your property on the market.

In addition, even though much of the hard work is done by experts such as investors, estate agents, or realtors. The owner can help by implementing a few things in and around the space to help sell it quicker and easier without having to wait for months and sometimes years. Useful content can be found online for things you can do to get it sold, and this article is full of the good ones, including some helpful tips that one can

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The heat and humidity has been oppressive over the last few weeks, although no one should be surprised. It is July in New York City, after all. However, if you’re finding that your home is still not cool enough with your air conditioning running on high, you might want to check that your current unit or units are powerful enough for your living space.

Getting Familiar with BTUs. . . 

BTU is an acronym that stands for British Thermal Unit, and these units are measured per hour. Most folks, of course, know the term largely from having to purchasing new air conditioners as the summer heat and humidity begins to rise, but they’re used in heating systems, as well. Quite simply, BTUs measures energy, like a calorie or kilocalorie. One BTU refers to

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Current American homeowners stayed in their homes for an average of 13 years. In large cities, homeowners stayed put for over 20 years. In 2010, average homeowners stayed for only 8 years. 

How long you plan to stay in your first home is a vital factor in the home buying process. Will your job ask you to move in a few years? Is there enough space for the life you want to lead in a decade?

Buying your first home is complicated but shouldn't be so intimidating. Take a little time to learn about the home buying process before you begin. 

Keep reading below and use this guide to make a to-do list for buying a home.

Home Buying Process

1. Plan Your Entire Home Buying Budget Ahead of Time

Every step must follow a plan so you don't run into financial

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Estate planning is all about protecting your wealth.

You work your whole life to make sure that you and your family are comfortable right now, but you also do it for the comfort of future generations. Ensuring that this all goes smoothly requires careful planning or your loved ones may experience some trouble getting all of what you've left them.

Today, we're going to give you four crucial estate planning strategies to help you avoid any unfortunate mishaps. It's natural to want to control your estate as best you can, even when you're gone, so follow our tips and you'll give yourself the best chance to do so.

Estate Planning Strategies

1. Transfer Wealth Smartly

One of the best strategies to ensure that your assets and money are distributed to the right people, per

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