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On the surface, Fundrise and REITs seem like similar investments.
In many respects they are, but there are enough differences to make each unique in the real estate investment space.Read more
Over the last decade, the market has exploded with real estate apps for investors.Read more ›
Accredited investors have more investment opportunities than regular retail investors, since they are allowed to invest in securities not registered with the U.S.Read more ›
Real estate crowdfunding is fast becoming one of the most popular ways to invest in real estate.Read more ›
There has been much discussion about 40-year mortgages over the years, and why not?
Extending the term of a mortgage lowers the monthly payment, making homes more affordable.Read more
HELOC (or Home Equity Line of Credit) vs.Read more ›
Recently, homebuyers have enjoyed historically low mortgage rates.Read more ›
Even after the last few crazy years in the real estate market, home ownership continues to be part of the American Dream for millions of people.Read more ›
The best balance transfer cards have zero percent introductory rates.
This allows you to move existing credit card debt to a new card and pay it off over time without the worry of added interest charges.Read more
We've all seen the photos and videos on social media of influencers traveling the world, staying at lavish resorts, flying first class, and enjoying the finer things in life.Read more ›
Balance transfers are a valuable tool if you're struggling to pay off credit card debt.Read more ›
I actually love the end of the year because I adore the holiday festivities.Read more ›
Leasing a car -- it's not quite buying and not quite renting.
Some people even believe it's just a sham put together by car dealers to sell you a car without ever actually selling you the car.Read more
The average college graduate in the United States carries more than $35,000 in student loan debt.Read more ›
When determining if leasing is the right option for you be sure you understand how leasing works.Read more ›
While it would be nice to start off your professional career with a clean slate of zero debt, student loans are a necessary evil for many young professionals these days.Read more ›
If you're wondering whether your local bank is on sound financial footing or whether it could be headed for trouble, then the first thing you should do is examine its Texas ratio....Read more
Think times are tough today?Read more ›
In America, we have let our guard down when it comes to our banking relationships.Read more ›
You’ve probably heard of a checking and savings account before, and you might even have your own accounts.Read more ›
Imagine being left without food, water, and even clothing, and suddenly having to find shelter for weeks or months.
But you have insurance, right?Read more
The wallets of drivers across the country are under siege by sky-high car insurance rates as most major carriers continue to drive up their prices.Read more ›
Are you a renter?Read more ›
You don't have to be a financial genius to lower your health insurance premiums -- or even in immaculate health.Read more ›
Drastic times call for drastic measures, especially these days.
But when it comes to raiding your 401(k) in order to pay bills or buy things, it's incredibly important to understand the...Read more
More than 76 years ago, Franklin D.Read more ›
For years, when my wife and I went to invest in our IRAs, I was frustrated by not being able to take advantage of the Roth IRA due to our income levels. Then, in 2010, a new law changed...Read more ›
Updated: August 1, 2012 Individual retirement accounts (IRAs) are one of the most well-known ways to save for retirement.Read more ›
Accredited investors have more investment opportunities than regular retail investors, since they are allowed to invest in securities not registered with the U.S.
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While your day job may be the most important source of income, having other sources of income can help speed up your path to financial independence.Read more ›
Making money while you sleep might seem like a dream, but passive income makes it possible.Read more ›
You can make previous year contributions to your Health Savings Account (HSA) until April 15.Read more ›
The term tape reading originally referred to actual reading of the old style ticker tapes that traders used to get their market data from.
Today, tape reading still happens, but it's updated...Read more
An options strategy known as a stock option collar, or simply a collar, can help relieve some of the angst of investing during turbulent times.Read more ›
When the market keeps falling, the overwhelming desire for most investors is to stop the bleeding.Read more ›
If you know who Back to the Future's Marty McFly is, then you know that trying to manipulate the future is risky and usually futile.Read more ›
British economist John Maynard Keynes is one of the fathers of modern macroeconomic theory and widely considered to be one of the three most important economists of all time, along with Adam...Read more
Investors spend a lifetime developing a suitable philosophy that helps shape their financial decisions.Read more ›
Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States (1981-1989), was a busy man.Read more ›