Top Ten Terms for Loans

Everyone knows that you should never sign on the dotted line without reading the contract. This same term applies to loans. Signing a loan without knowing the terms and what everything means can be detrimental to your finances, credit and future investments. Before you sign on the dotted line, make sure that you know these terms and how they will apply to you.

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Counting the Dollar

If you are deciding to move into a home, it is more than getting on the right grounds. More important than any part of the real estate business are the investments and finances that are a part of the process. If you are looking at any type of property, you will want to invest some of your time to becoming familiar with the financial options that are available to you.

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Utilizing a Real Estate Investment for Passive Income

You don't need a million dollars to get a real estate investment and to begin making a living. In fact, it is real estate that could lead you to getting the million dollars. If you want to work your way into a residual or passive income from real estate, then following a few specific rules can help you make your investment into your fortune.

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To Buy or To Lease

Buying and selling means more than finding a real estate agent to do the work that is needed. There is also the need to make sure that you know what you want or need when you are moving with the investment.

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Building Your Credibility

Whether you are just getting into a new home or are looking for a tenth investment, your credit score is important. This plays a large part in helping you to qualify for the amount of money that you want and need. By keeping up with your credit score, and understanding how it will tie into your investment, you can be sure to benefit from the points that you have.

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Property Auctions Part Two - Numbers vs. Emotions - Your Guide to Staying in Control

Property auctions are a fantastic way to get a great bargain on a home or a rental property. However, they can also be tremendously overwhelming. There's a lot of information, a lot of excitement, and a fair amount of pressure to get the winning bid. All of this commotion and chaos can send logic right out the door.

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Buying a Home? Why a Fixer Upper is a Great Option

Buying a home is an exciting time. It's a time that promises change, opportunity and the ability to make something as important as a home, your very own. When you're looking for a new home, consider buying a fixer upper.

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