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Posted 5/31/17 at 3:15 AM | norah Arbon
Ever since the Real Estate market bottomed out after the Great Recession in 2008-2009, home prices have been on the rise in most markets. The stabilization of the market has given potential investors the confidence to consider buying a second home. There are several reasons to consider a second residence. Second homes get similar tax treatment to primary residences with respect to mortgage interest deductions. The “knowledge economy” has freed more Americans from their primary places of business, meaning you can get more done via the cloud, for example, regardless of where you physically are.
Where you’ll buy your second home will depend a lot on where you are to start with. Having an easily accessible second home means you’ll use it more frequently. Raising capital for real estate deals can be a challenge for many new investors. Thus crowdfunding is a way to finance a venture by raising small sums of capital as Forbes.com says: “the practice of funding a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people.” For the purposes of this article, we decided to look at the top 5 places on the East Coast. FULL POST
Posted 3/17/17 at 5:52 AM | norah Arbon
There are different kinds of addiction, some are known and felt, but there are some that you cannot feel. Shopping is one such kind of addiction which you do not know or recognize. When you feel a ‘high’ on spending, useful or unnecessarily, you are said to be a shopping addict. Just like any other addiction, you would go to any extent just to fulfill that urge or desire to you. You can borrow money from friends or any lender or use credit card extensively. Such addiction would weaken your financial health, and you would fall into the debt trap.
Changes Your Behavior
There are a lot of people that suffer from shopping addiction unknowingly. This addiction may also change your behavior, and you may even resort to criminal means just to support your addiction. It is a disease, also known as compulsive buying disorder or compulsive shopping, which affects millions of people worldwide. It is a mental disorder which excites the nerve cells of the brain to give you the pleasure when you spend money. You feel satisfied and proud to have spent some money, however unnecessary it may be. FULL POST