Real estate agents have been around for a long time—their profession exists to facilitate real estate transfers from one party to the next. In most cases, it is recommended to have an agent. But with advances in technology, do you still need a real estate agent?
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Real estate is one of the most common assets owned by your average Joe. In hot markets like these, it begs the question—should you buy, sell, or hold your real estate?
In my previous report, I said that I believed the Fed “will not touch interest rates for the foreseeable future, which means that 2021 will likely be a year of higher-than-usual inflation.”
Since that report, the Fed has made some announcements which make me think that my previous statement will be the understatement of the year!
The housing market is on fire which is bad news for new home buyers! Houses in good neighborhoods are selling over list price within mere hours of being listed. A major culprit of this market craziness is the government moratoriums on foreclosures and evictions—this has frozen real estate markets which has left homebuyers and investors scrambling for the scraps.
Scammers are everywhere! Unfortunately, there are people from all around the world who would love nothing more than to steal your money.
There is nothing more frustrating than to be taken advantage of by an unscrupulous individual, so here are some tips to protect yourself from fraud.
For many of us, retirement is a distant goal that seems nearly impossible to attain—this is mostly because everyone has an opinion of how to get there, and there is a ton of discipline needed to save for something that won’t happen for 40 years! For some, retirement is so scary that they would rather try their chances at winning the lottery than learning the financial discipline needed to get there.
I do not believe that Modern Portfolio Theory can adequately address the nuances found in the current investing environment—it is anything but modern! To combat the low-interest-rate environment that we find ourselves in, I suggest looking at other investment vehicles that perform like bonds but with higher return potential.
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