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RealtyShares Alternatives – Other Places To Invest In Real Estate

RealtyShares Alternatives – Other Places To Invest In Real Estate On November 7, 2018, RealtyShares announced that it was no longer accepting new investments. If you’re not familiar with RealtyShares, they are a crowd funded real estate platform. What this means is that you could have invested with other people a small amount into a bigger property.  For example, you …


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10 Different Ways To Start Investing With Just $1,000

10 Different Ways To Start Investing With Just $1,000 You’ve likely heard that investing is important. You’ve probably hear that investing is the best way to grow your money over time. But what exactly is investing, and how do you get started? According to the dictionary, here’s the definition of investing. Investing: to expend money with the expectation of achieving profit …


11 Best Mortgage Lenders to Buy a Home in 2018

11 Best Mortgage Lenders to Buy a Home in 2018 Buying a home is a massive decision. It’s by far the biggest financial commitment you will have in your life and the confusing process can happen quickly. In my case, very quickly. I saw my home at lunch with a realtor, got pre-qualified in the afternoon, and made an offer …

Earnest Money: What You Need to Know and How Much Is Enough?

Earnest Money: What You Need to Know and How Much Is Enough? When purchasing a home, earnest money is a key factor in determining if you’ll get the home before the deal closes. Earnest money is different from a down payment and often a lot less. It’s basically a good-faith gesture and says to the seller that you are serious …

Learn How You Can Start Investing in a Mobile Home Park

Learn How You Can Start Investing in a Mobile Home Park When most people think of real estate investing, single-family homes or apartment buildings come to mind, which means dealing with tenants and contractors on a daily basis. The latter puts off many would-be investors as does the high cost of entry. There is an alternative that is fairly low-key …