Achieve Financial Success By Leaving Money Sins Behind : The Saturday Weekend Review #208

THE EASIEST WAY TO CLIMB UP IS TO START CLIMBING WITHOUT FEAR.   Are you a good person who fell off the financial train but want to finish what you started before being side-tracked? No one sets out wanting to create debt that could carry them into retirement if not paid back in a timely fashion. Many retire today with debt because they simply couldn’t keep up with expenses vs. income or they were spending too much money and didn’t adjust their lifestyle accordingly. It’s far easier to create the life that we want even if that means with money we don’t have rather than putting the wheels into motion so it becomes reality. Related: A Beginners Guide To Early Retirement I bumped into our neighbour the other day and I asked her how she was doing and if her daughter was still living with her. She smirked a bit and said yes she is still living with her but planning to move into an apartment by the end of May. That’s great news to which she replied, “She’s come a long way and now that her financial situation has improved.” I’m known as the go-to guy when someone has […]

Homeowners Price Drop May Cost Other Property Sellers Thousands : The Saturday Weekend Review #129

SELLING A HOUSE CAN BE HIT OR MISS   Property prices in Canada, specifically in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) seem to be going up, not down. That sounds great for homeowners but unless they are downsizing it’s all relative because buying a bigger home comes with a bigger price tag. If you are in the market to buy a family home or even an investment property be ready to shell out big bucks. We live in the GTA and property prices range anywhere from $400,000 to a million plus dollars which for most seem to be reasonable these days. Property prices in 2014 for Toronto according to the Huffington Post and the Real Estate Board for 2014 prove to be some of the highest in Canada with Toronto condos coming in at $663,787, GTA $542,047 and single detached at a million plus unless you get lucky. Many people who work in Toronto simply can’t afford to buy a house as the affordability level is through the roof. Some home buyers opt to buy houses in the GTA which pretty much is Toronto and commute to work like we have chosen to do. It’s not that far  even with traffic […]

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