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Kalen of MoneyMiniBlog.com is passionate about helping you master your finances and maximize your productivity. He defies millennial laws by having no debt and four children. You can get his two ebooks, plus two personal finance classics (yes, all for free) right here (http://moneyminiblog.com/free-moneyminibook/).

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5 Tips For Investing In Your First Commercial Real Estate

5 Tips For Investing In Your First Commercial Real Estate

The opportunity to own property is seen by many as a rite of passage — and it’s even better when it can make you money. That’s where commercial real estate investing often comes in. The U.S. construction market was worth approximately $1,162 billion in 2016, meaning that there’s really no shortage of commercial buildings in which to […]

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Can You Really Make Money Investing In Real Estate?

Can You Really Make Money Investing In Real Estate?

It’s been a decade ago since the infamous home mortgage crisis tipped off the Great Recession in 2008, and maybe you’ve been skittish to invest in real estate as a result. So that means you should never invest in real estate, right? If you share this sentiment, it might be time to adjust your point […]

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4 Fundamentals For Investing Your Money Wisely

| November 29, 2017 | 1 Comment
4 Fundamentals For Investing Your Money Wisely

Some people seem to think that investing is just a way to “get rich quick.” And while there are those few success stories that make it seem possible, investing is like any other means of making money: It takes time, planning, and an ongoing effort to be successful. So, if you’re going to be investing […]

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3 Common Rookie Errors To Avoid When Buying Your First Property

| September 18, 2017 | 0 Comments
3 Common Rookie Errors To Avoid When Buying Your First Property

Rookie real estate investors often overlook the fact that expenses paid to get title transferred into their name, and to get the property rent ready, can add thousands, even tens of thousands, of dollars to the total purchase price. These ‘left field’ costs usually have to be paid from the investor’s pocket (rather than borrowed), […]

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10 Easy Ways To Save Money Every Month

10 Easy Ways To Save Money Every Month

The problem with many money-saving tips is that they require big changes and are hard to maintain. Saving money needn’t be difficult all the time. We’re going to look at a few simple tweaks you could make to your lifestyle that are aimed solely at saving you money, simply and easily. 1. Watch Less TV […]

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