How to Save Money and Find Great Contractors for Maintenance & Repairs

As an owner of dividend real estate, you’ll have occasional repairs and maintenance on your asset. The best way to have these issues handled is through a contractor you have used previously, or through referrals from friends and family. This way you’ll know you’re getting quality work. However, what do you do when you don’t…

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A Definition of Investing

On a high-level, investing is simply buying income. The less you pay for the investment income, the higher your return. The more you pay for the investment income, the lower your return. To illustrate this with a crazy example consider these two investment opportunities. Both investment opportunities were available when this article was written. Asset…

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How to Use Dividend Real Estate to Pay for College Education

For many with children, college is a major expense we have looming over our heads. According to Collegedata.com: “The cost for one year of tuition and fees varies widely among colleges. According to the College Board, the average cost of tuition and fees for the 2013–2014 school year was $30,094 at private colleges, $8,893 for…

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