Archive for October, 2012


Who's Renting Today?

Recent analyses of the expanding rental housing markets discuss the growing pool of potential tenants for the single-family houses, multiplexes and other kinds of properties available in most areas. But who are these long-term tenants? The recent economic downturn that resulted in the flood of foreclosures, as well as the recent improvements, however slight, in […]

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A Flourishing Rental Market Indicates Growth

The recent upswing in the demand for rental housing means good news for investors but also, according to some real estate analysts, for the economy in general. A new and expanding pool of renters able to afford higher rents is fueling a significant rise in rental rates, and this indicates the potential for good returns […]

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Is There a US Housing Market?

A recent article in US News and World Report observes that the upswing in the US housing market is largely being fueled by a corresponding upswing in employment rates. As more people are able to find jobs or return to work after long layoffs, the story states, they’re more able to form households, purchase homes, […]

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Making Taxes Work for You

Taxation has been a thorny issue plaguing the US since the nation’s birth. While people may disagree about who pays taxes, and how much they pay (or don’t), we’re all affected by taxation in ways large and small. Although taxes work against us most of the time, in some situations US tax laws offer some […]

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Gimme Shelter: Property Investing Meets Basic Needs

In hard times, basic needs become the most important. Food, personal safety and shelter dominate the thoughts of most people. That’s what forms the first level of psychologist Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs, which we’ve discussed in a previous post. Because the need for a safe place to live is at the center of […]

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Prudent Planning: Taking the Long View

Would you stick around for a web page taking longer than10 seconds to load? Or wait in line more than 15 minutes? Most Americans wouldn’t, according to new research reported by WebProNews. Along with recent polls suggesting that personal responsibility is declining, these studies suggest that we’re also fast becoming a nation defined by instant […]

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Taking Charge: In Investing, In Life

Recent polls conducted by CNN and other news outlets reveal that a majority of respondents believe that the country suffers from a “decline in personal responsibility,” which may account for many of the country’s ills both at home and abroad. And while psychologists and other observers of the cultural landscape debate about what that actually […]

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Taking the Wheel on the Information Superhighway

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Student Loan Debt: Everyone's Burden

p>On the heels of news that the United States ranks fourth in the world in the percentage of college graduates come new statistics revealing that for the first time ever, Americans’ has surpassed the nation’s credit card debt, with student loan defaults leading the way in debt collection. Although US spending on tertiary education also […]

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Web 2.0: The Internet's New Frontier

p>In recent pasts, we’ve discussed the growing issue of cyber crime and the ways that Internet crime can affect consumers. Although crime has existed as long as there have been people to commit it, the changing nature of the Internet itself has created a new world where doors to criminal activity are opened a little […]

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Robo-Signing Returns: A New Kind of Consumer Fraud

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Prudent Planning: Taking the Long View

Would you stick around for a web page taking longer than10 seconds to load? Or wait in line more than 15 minutes? Most Americans wouldn’t, according to new research reported by WebProNews. Along with recent polls suggesting that personal responsibility is declining, these studies suggest that we’re also fast becoming a nation defined by instant […]

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