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Passive Income Is Great, But Are You Really Cut Out To Be A Landlord?

The idea of buying an investment property to rent out and collect some passive income sounds good, does it not? After all, being a landlord is one of the greatest and most time-tested ways to build long-term wealth… “Click here … Continue reading

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It Could Take Years for Big-City Millennials to Save for a Down Payment

They want to buy, but millennials in the country’s biggest metros aren’t socking enough away. Click here to read article.

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Rent run amok: Rent hikes have sparked bidding wars and sent tenants scrambling

Bidding wars broke out all over Orange County this summer. Not just to buy houses. But to rent homes, too. Click here to read article.

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Boomers Competing With Millennials for U.S. Urban Rental Housing

The number of renters who are 65 or older will reach 12.2 million by 2030, more than double the level in 2010, according to research by the Urban Institute in Washington. While the millennial generation born after 1980 has driven … Continue reading

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Minimum Wage in U.S. Cities Not Enough to Afford Rent, Report Says

Around the country, renter households would need to make $19.35 an hour working full time to afford a two-bedroom unit, which is $4 more than the estimated average wage of U.S. workers, according to the report released Tuesday by the … Continue reading

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Is It Time to Rent Your Home?

As a homeowner, you may be considering moving up to a larger home or a home in a different area. If you’ve built enough equity, it’s a good time to sell because you can cover closing costs when you sell … Continue reading

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The Ownership Generation Is Aging

Seniors are still the age group with the greatest homeownership rate.  Click here to read article.

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In retirement is it better to own a home or rent?

Conventional wisdom is that it’s better to own a home than to rent.  But is that always the case?  Click here to read article.

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