Can Poker Make You a Better Real Estate Investor?

Buying property can be a game of high stakes. For many, it’s the biggest single investment they’ll ever make, and it’s important to get it right. Are there specific skills and strategies to buying a house? There are, but it’s something that few of us do with enough frequency that they’ll ever become routine. We … Continued

How to Retire with an Upsized Home and Downsized Expenses

Whether you’re on the brink of retirement or still decades away from it, you’ve probably fantasized about spending your days pursuing personal hobbies like homesteading, seeing family, and relaxing. You may even be eyeing the prospect of starting your own business, such as an LLC, partnership, or corporation. One part of planning for the day … Continued

Moving In? Make Sure the Last Tenants Are Fully Out

There are few things worse than moving into a new house or apartment only to find a giant mess left behind by the last residents. When this happens, it can mean lots of headaches for you. And even if you don’t see any “leftovers” from the people who lived there before, they left plenty behind. … Continued

A Fast Guide to Curb Appeal

When it comes to selling a home, first impressions matter. Buyers aren’t likely to click on a listing, much less schedule a viewing, if the cover photo doesn’t catch their eye. You’re also unlikely to catch buyers from a “For Sale” sign with an unattractive facade. That’s why it’s so important to make sure you … Continued

Nearly 1 in 4 Americans Took out a Personal Loan in the Last Decade

Point of Interest A recent Interest.com survey found that 1/4 Americans have taken out a personal loan in the last decade and nearly 90% are satisfied with their experience. Taking out a loan has always been a popular way to handle unexpected expenses, but the COVID-19 pandemic has forced people across the world to reevaluate … Continued