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How Do Furnished Apartments Compare With Hotels?

By , September 20th, 2016

If you are thinking of going on vacation, you may be looking at what type of accommodation you should choose. You can opt to stay in a traditional hotel or you may want to consider whether a furnished apartment is a better idea. If you have never thought about choosing to stay in a furnished […]


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Tips on Finding The Best Home Loan

By , August 8th, 2016

There is more to house shopping than just the structure. Finding the right features in your home loan will help make the best sale for you. When shopping for the best home loan, you’ll want to be careful and fairly selective before signing any paperwork. Additionally, if you are a first-time home buyer, you may […]


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Saving Money on Your First Home Purchase

By , June 9th, 2016

Buying a home. It’s a quintessential part of the American Dream and, to this day, still one of the main goals to which millions of Americans aspire. But it is no small decision, and it’s something that takes a great deal of research and preparation to build towards. Buying a house is a difficult process […]


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Tips to Getting Access to Real Estate Data at a Small Price

By , March 17th, 2016

Investors are always looking for better data sources to help them make better investment decisions. As more competitors seek to gain an advantage, analytics and big data are the next stage of profitable investing. However, investors still want to get good value for their money. They want big data sources without paying a premium for […]


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Tax Tricks For Homeowners

By , October 28th, 2015

Demographics changes, relocating and the recession have led to the buying and selling of many homes across the United States. Selling your home can be difficult, but many people pass up their opportunity to use what they make on the house in the best way possible. “They think the market still has upside so they […]


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Overpopulation Proof Is All around Us

By , September 24th, 2015

Since 1967, the population of the planet has increased from 3 billion to 7 billion people. While roughly 55 million people die each year, about 135 million people are born, increasing the global population by 80 million people annually. Many people view this as overpopulation proof and advocate that something be done to slow overpopulation […]


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‘Overpopulation Is a Myth’ Claims Population Research Institute

By , September 24th, 2015

Over the past decade, fears about overpopulation have increased in many areas of the world. According to information from the Population Research Institute, overpopulation describes a situation where the number of people depletes the resources in a closed environment so much that it can no longer support that population. The Population Research Institute claims that […]


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Are More Adults Still Living With Their Parents?

By , September 18th, 2015

Are more adults still living with parents than ever before? There is a lot of interest in that question. So much interest that the US Census Bureau published a report on young adults (18-34 year olds) for the period 1980 to 2013. According to the Census Bureau report, 30% of young adults still lived with […]


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10 Cheap Alternative Housing Options

By , August 6th, 2015

Many people believe that housing consists of buying a house or renting an apartment. But here are a few alternative housing options other people have readily embraced. Sometimes you gotta be weird in order to get ahead! 1. Become a Landlord If you’re interested in real estate, have you considered buying property and renting it […]


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Drawbacks of Tiny House Living

By , August 4th, 2015

Buying a tiny may be financially wise. A tiny house usually results in tiny house payments – or even no payments at all. But what about the drawbacks? According to CNN Money, the average house size in America is growing rapidly. During the pre-2008 recession era, houses were being built to about 2400 square feet. Today, […]


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