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Why are Brooklyn the worst in Homes for US Affordability


Thursday, September 19, 2019

One in 5 U.S. housing markets are currently less cheap than their historic average, as worth gains exceed financial gain. Of the 475 counties analyzed by RealtyTrac through October, 98 areas weren’t as cheap compared with the typical level for the amount beginning in January 2000. Prices in 20 U.S. cities climbed 4.9 percent within the year ...

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Top 3 End Of Year Tax Tips For 2014


Thursday, September 19, 2019

If you be going to buy assets tools sometime soon, pay notice. The rules for deducting certain business operating expense could modify over the next few weeks. It's the end of the year, which means time has all but run out to make momentous changes to your tax allocation. In a current interview with Inc., Lentine ...

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5 Mistakes You Could Be Making In Your Small Business


Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Are business owners reluctant to say they have made mistakes in their small business? If you are making these 5 mistakes you can easily not be taking advantage to save time, money and also might be holding yourself back from serious improvement. It’s one thing to be in the niche of technology with new headsets, and ...

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How to Invest Your Money in Foreclosures


Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The highest amount of Foreclosure Filings in over 17 months. There are an amazing amount of scheduled for closing auctions 60,00 in October the highest level in 17 months since May of 2013. There were 29 states where the scheduled foreclosure auctions have increased. Banks and the courts, clearing out old distressed loans, are now being scheduled... People ...

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Home Prices Too High?


Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Diana Olick show results about home prices. She said that home prices finally stabilized or are they still too high? If you're looking to buy a home in nearly any metro area on either coast of America, you know that the real estate boom never actually ended. The bigger reason is that there are so ...

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Three reasons Europe is struggling


Monday, September 16, 2019

Chase's Chief Economist Anthony Chan says about the three reasons why he thinks Europe is struggling. 1.This environment is and has been the result of the flawed currency union that is acting a lot like a gold standard handcuffing Europe’s economies.2.The Euro remains an inherently flawed currency system that has no efficient rebalancing mechanism.3.Only measure ...

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