How would Trump’s tax plan impact homeowners and real estate investors? It gets weird—and means 25 million Americans would “lose” the mortgage deduction.
Author Brian Davis
Why are Americans so reluctant to talk about money? Here’s why it’s such a problem—and how to constructively start conversations about personal finances.
Have some cash set aside, and want to start investing in real estate? Here’s a specific blueprint for exactly how to build income with a lump sum savings.
Retirees are making up more of the housing market, but they’re avoiding retirement communities — are retirees an opportunity for real estate investors?
Last year, rents grew at a pace of 0.7%. That’s a far cry from the double-digit rent ascent a few years ago. In fact, it’s the slowest pace in over 5 years.
Dreaming of quitting your job to become a full-time real estate investor? Before you go out in a blaze of glory, think through these ten challenges.
Finances on autopilot? Spend 30 minutes/day for one week for dramatically better finances. No gimmicks, just a simple structure for financial security.
Is homeownership the dream or is living on your terms the real dream? If you want financial freedom, maybe it’s time to question owning that dream home.
Starting in July, the three major credit bureaus—Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion—are changing their algorithm for how credit scores are calculated.
Forget the flash. Here are more specific steps, a ladder that someone in the middle class can climb to create true financial freedom.
Tim had no investing experience—and no experience renovating homes. But the more he researched house hacking, the more confident he was that he could do it.