Question Of The Day
What’s the smartest financial move you’ve made recently?
We’d love to know your thoughts, and you can see and react to what others have to say in the post comments!
Here are Today’s “Top 5” Posts:
Once you have your head coach (architect), you need a quarterback! Finding a great contractor can be terrifying -everyone has a bad contractor war story- but there are good contractors out there and I was lucky enough to find one myself. During my remodel, I found my contractor through my architect.
The following two tabs change content below. I grew up in the ‘hood, surrounded by immigrants. We came from the Islands, from Asian and from Latin countries. If there was something we wanted, something advertised on television, or something we saw on a billboard, we used creativity in order to achieve some semblance of it- because we couldn’t use money.
In my Investor Profile Series, I use a question & answer format to share the stories of actual real estate investors at different stages of their investing careers. Today’s investor profile is about Jennifer Beadles, an impressive 32-year-old investor from Snohomish, Washington.
Two days ago, my phone buzzed with a trending post on Reddit. The post detailed someone who had achieved FIRE (financial independence and retire early), but says he is ready to go back to work. “The past year has been horrible for me,” he writes, “The lack of socialization, need to get out of the house, …
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