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Ways to Make Money from Your Property

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If you have a good home and desire to earn money then there are several different ways to do it. Read on the article below and find some interesting ways to earn money from your house property:

Raise your property on rent

Raise a portion of your home on rent. If you have a big house and part of it lies unused then you can choose to rent it out. Place a placard outside your property saying “To-let” and welcome different investors. But before you finalize the deal make sure that you consider important facts as in background details of the tenant, rent agreement and cost.

Get the rent agreeme...

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Renting Your Basement – 6 Reasons You Should and 6 Factors to Consider

Renting a basement

Whether you are a new homeowner who has just joined the ranks of home ownership, or a baby boomer with many years in your current home, chances are that you have unused space in your home. And chances are that you could use some extra cash. This article provides renting advice for renting your basement.

Renting Your Basement – 6 Reasons Why You Should:

1. That unused space could be an open, empty basement in your new home that can be developed into an apartment...

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Using Home Equity as a Piggy Bank

Home Equity as a Piggy Bank?

As mentioned in my previous articles on Debt, historically low interest rates have fueled an unprecedented increase in personal borrowing and household debt. One significant component of this debt is real estate mortgages and debt secured by real estate. To make matters worse, many people make poor decisions regarding the use of equity.

Equity in your home is the difference between its market value and the balance on any mortgage. Once home equity is accumulated, there are several ways to use it to your advantage...

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Buying or Building a House: 5 Important Factors to Consider

Buying and Financing a Home

Financing and the decision to buy or build are both covered in depth in my article “Buying and Financing a Home”. Here are 5 other important factors to consider when buying or building a home:

1. Be Prudent when Choosing a Neighborhood

Buying or building in an established and completed area reduces or eliminates the risk of a future development that may negatively impact the value of your home. If the area is not completed, research to determine what can be expected in future development...

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The Mortgage: Buying and Financing a Home

Balancing House and Money

For most people, buying or building a home is the largest single purchase and investment they will ever make. There are so many issues to be considered and so many decisions to be made. Once you have decided whether to buy or build, careful consideration must be given to location and neighborhood, size, interior layout and exterior design, affordability and, of course, mortgage and financing. Arranging the mortgage and financing is the first concrete step before proceeding with your purchase or building project.

Buy or Build?

Many families prefer to build a new home for a number of reasons...

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