Category Archives: Money Matters

4 Mystery Reasons Your Energy Bill Is High

Even with all the energy-saving methods available, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) predicts that electricity consumption will increase by 1.9 percent in 2018. Homeowners may be baffled by this finding, even as they make energy-reduction measures around their homes. Discover some of the … Continue reading

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Embrace the Mess

Sometimes as a parent we can’t see past today – the chasing little ones around the house, constantly picking up messes,changing diapers, force feeding vegetables, trying to calm those  and of course the cost of it all. It feels like it … Continue reading

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6 Ways to Pay for Your Retirement

Work, work, work. You’ve probably been doing it for longer than you can remember.  But what about the light at the end of the tunnel – retirement?  With an increasing number of Americans reaching retirement age, the need to have … Continue reading

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3 Costliest Home Repairs

You shouldn’t be surprised to learn that buying a home will cost you a big chunk of money. The median price of existing homes in the United States reached nearly $189,000 in 2014 and averaged about $240,000 in August 2016. … Continue reading

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Find Better Tenants With Professional Tenant Placement

One of the most crucial aspects of managing a successful real estate investment is finding the right tenants. Let’s face it; bad tenants can be the downfall of your enterprise. Late payments, poor social behavior, criminal tendencies and property damage … Continue reading

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