Passive income, Real Estate

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 …


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Rewards Buck Review – A Legit or Scam Rewards Site?

Rewards Buck Review – A Legit or Scam Rewards Site? Welcome to my Rewards Buck review! First of all, I must Congratulate you for taking your time to do your own research before buying into any “seemingly good” product or business opportunity. That’s the way to avoid scams and find the legitimate way to make money online! Rewards Buck is a new site which …


Is Purium a Scam? (The 10-Day Transformation Myth Exposed!)

Is Purium a Scam? (The 10-Day Transformation Myth Exposed!) Welcome to my Purium review! Chances are, you’ve just been given a $50 gift card from a distributor of this company called Purium claiming that you can enjoy an immediate $50 discount using this gift card when you purchase products from Purium. No matter how you came across Purium, I must Congratulate you …

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 …

12 Legit Ways to Get Rid of Student Loan Debt Fast

12 Legit Ways to Get Rid of Student Loan Debt Fast Dealing with your student loans can seem like an overwhelming task. The sheer volume of student loan debt that we are dealing with is astronomical. According to CNBC, over 44 million Americans hold roughly $1.5 trillion of student loan debt. The average graduate holds around $37,000 in student loan …

The Ultimate Guide to American Personal Finance for New Immigrants

The Ultimate Guide to American Personal Finance for New Immigrants Matters of personal finance vary widely by country making them confusing for newcomers. We want to help them navigate their new home, so we wrote the ultimate guide to American personal finance for new immigrants. It’s All Greek Personal finance is like languages, each country has its own and while …

Is “It Works!” a Scam? (A Pyramid Scheme that Doesn’t Work?!)

Is “It Works!” a Scam? (A Pyramid Scheme that Doesn’t Work?!) Welcome to my It Works review! Chances are, you’ve just seen a “before & after photo” on Facebook of how someone can lose weight is just 45 minutes by applying a “magical wrap” around their belly from this company called “It Works!”.Or maybe one of your friends or family members …

How To Find Grants To Pay For College

How To Find Grants To Pay For College If you’re applying for college, you’ve probably heard students complain about grants and scholarships – everything from the application process to the stringent requirements. But it’s extremely possible to find grants to pay for college. If you explore all of your options and keep track of your results, he process doesn’t have …

How to Navigate through 4 of the Trickiest Credit Situations

How to Navigate through 4 of the Trickiest Credit Situations Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Lexington Law. Establishing an excellent credit history isn’t easy, and there may be some snags along the way. That’s especially the case if you’ve made some mistakes or your credit is suffering due to something outside of your control. Lexington Law can help you in …

Why Leveraged ETFs Don’t Match Market Performance

Why Leveraged ETFs Don’t Match Market Performance No product on Wall Street draws more criticism than leveraged ETFs. Leverage funds are designed to multiply the performance of indexes, but often do so poorly in the long run. These products were built for traders – not investors. They match the daily return of the underlying index and multiply that. As such, …