Thinking About Moving? Here are 5 Affordable Cities to Live In

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The biggest chunk of change from our income typically goes to our housing and general living expenses and if you’re living in a hot stop with high rent, transportation and living expenses than it can be hard to reign in that spending. It might be time to think about moving to one of the more affordable cities in the U.S.
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Rent vs Buy? There Are Benefits for Both

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According to the stats, it would appear that the millennial age group is in the prime years of their life for home ownership. Even so, less than 33 percent of the age group own their own homes. With many opting to rent instead of buy, you might be asking yourself which is the best decision. Rent vs buy? Surprisingly, there are benefits for both.
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The High Cost of Owning a Home

The real reasons that renting can be more cost effective than buying The American Dream of owning a home with a white picket fence has become ingrained in our society. The thought is that renting a home or apartment is temporary while owning one gives you permanence and roots in your neighborhood. Although there is some truth to that, the costs of owning a home can outweigh the benefits you receive. https://pixabay.com/en/construction-house-new-house-1599629/ As...
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Should You Get a Peer-to-Peer Mortgage?

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If you can’t get approved for a home loan from a bank, you might want to look into applying for a peer-to-peer mortgage.
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Should You Protect Your Home With Disaster Insurance?

If something can go wrong it most likely will go wrong. Therefore, you should be well prepared before the any of the bad happens. Which is why having disaster insurance should be a top priority before a disaster affects you. Hurricane Harvey has displaced 40,000 people from their homes. Houstonians have been stranded in their homes or forced to evacuate. A handful of people have been killed due to...
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