Women love men who are _____________

Look at me writing subject lines like I’m some kind of dating guru! LOL Yes, I put the _________ in the subject line to get you to open this. (I am shameless.) Here’s the real subject line: Women love men who are debt-free Yep, it’s true. Women love debt-free men. Seriously. Let me elaborate with…

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How to Use Data To Find Real Estate Business & Investing Opportunities

The Urban Institute and the Housing Finance Policy Center, think tank-type non-profit that focus on housing policy issues, released a lengthy report two years ago. The report is titled, “Headship and Homeownership” and it looks at, in-depth, household formation and homeownership. Even though it’s a little dated, the findings are still 100% relevant. One of…

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The Student Loan Crisis – (MUST READ IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN)

This video and many other real life student loan horror stories can be found at StudentDebtCrisis.org. Leeeanne and her husband owe $108,000 in combined student loan debt. Their monthly student loan payment is $928. They have tried to lower the  monthly payment without luck, because their loans are private loans. Their student loan payments are…

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Compounding in Action <-- Update on The Best Way to Pay for College

(This sketch is by Joe Mercadante) Around this time last year, I wrote an article highlighting ideas for paying for your child’s college education. One of the best strategies to pay for college is to actually use rental real estate. This will be an update including the steps we’ve used ourselves. 1. When our daughters…

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