Real Estate

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My So-Called Nomadic Life

I call myself a digital nomad, but that label doesn't tell the whole truth. I have a home base to go back to when I get tired. Here is what my digital nomad life looks like and how to make something like it work for you.

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How to Flip Houses With No Money of Your Own

One of the most attractive aspects of real estate investing is the ability to get started with no money of your own. There are many ways to flip houses without using your capital. Each technique has its potential advantages and disadvantages, and they will be discussed below.

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HOAs Vs Homeowners: Selective Enforcement

What happens when board members enforce the rules and regulations for some – but not all? Every now and then it’s even a personal vendetta against a homeowner. Arm yourself with knowledge of the HOA's governing documents to protect your right to live in peace.

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5 Tips That Can Help You Sell Your House

Anyone who has been through the process of preparing a house for sale knows that it can be stress-inducing, to say the least. I learned a few tips as a realtor that proved to be invaluable to sellers. There are any number of things one can do to make their home more appealing; here are just a few.

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To Rent or to Buy? That is the Question

With all of your options out there for a new place to live, sometimes it's hard to decide what to do and where to go. To rent or to buy? That is the question. In this article, you'll find a list of pros and cons to help you know how to decide on your new place. Hope it helps!

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How to Buy Land in the Philippines

Buying land in a foreign country like the Philippines can be an intimidating process. In this article, I'll outline the process my wife and I went through buying land in the province of Cebu. It took some patience and a lot of visits to government offices, but we are now proud land owners!