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What do you get for $250k, $500k, $750k or $1m in Guatemala

France or Guatemala, three real-estate options

SO.....the winner is... Well, it should be Guatemala. I think the extra transportation costs are offset by a spring-like year-round weather, the lakeside property, and the much lower cost of the land and future house.

Canadians Have Faith in Real Estate Market - http://leslieblais.com/2013/12/20/canadians-have-faith-in-real-estate-market/

Mental Stigma and Fortitude

Mental illness is seen often as a weakness, swept under the rug. But the truth is that there are many people struggling to overcome, and even more scared to commit to the first step, reaching out and asking for help, in fear of being judged. Take a stand and show support by purchasing this shirt!! Seeing this page after the campaign has ended? Be sure to check out Teespring.com/discover for a sample of awesome active campaigns!

Rental Property Update - September 2016

Real estate investing has always intrigued me. Getting started and figuring out how to afford a real estate investment has been a big puzzling though. Reading stories of people who are earning money as landlords gets me inspired though. There are a lot of different things to think about when it comes to building equity in an illiquid asset like a house or condo.

Things to Be Aware of When Investing in American Real Estate

Since the 2006 real estate downturn, savvy investors have been snapping up dirt cheap properties all over the place here in the States.

Shopping For A Condo Is Different Than For A House

Have you looked into buying a condo? If you're investing in real estate or buying a home, you may have considered a condominium. Condos are a different type of real estate than a house or a townhouse, so you need to make sure you're answering these key questions while you shop. Your house purchase could end up a big mistake if you don't consider the special aspects of a condo before you buy it. via @EricNisall

Are You Being Financially Abused

Are You Being Financially Abused? “Financial abuse is a common tactic used by abusers to gain power and control in a relationship. Whether subtle or overt, there are common methods that abusers use to gain and maintain financial control over their partners.”