Housing is by and large the most expensive expenditure in the typical American budget. The average person spends 30% of their income on housing alone (which is one of the criteria I have for screening tenants, the rent must be 30% or less of their income to qualify). I genuinely find this to be a… Continue reading The House Hack that Allows us to Live for Free
This past week, I stumbled upon a real estate deal that could either be the deal of a lifetime, or just another property for sale. The problem was, I couldn’t assess how good of a deal it really was because it was an auction. But, it was located on the outskirts of civilization a town… Continue reading The Real Estate Deal that Wasn’t.
Way back in our first article, How You can Drink Starbucks Everyday and Still Retire Early, we mentioned that we saved a ton of money by “downgrading” to a smaller condo. Well, in this article, we are going to go through and give you a rundown of how you can make your place more aesthetically pleasing,… Continue reading Add $10k of Property Value in a Weekend.