Monthly Archives: January 2013

How Investors Can Make Money in Commercial Real Estate

Real estate, in many ways, represents one of the most solid investments for the person seeking a place to make their money work for them. Purchasing a home is just one example of this principle, which delivers, after a standard 15 to 30 year contract, a property that belongs to you and that you can

5 Home Renovations That Are the Least Cost Effective

Remodeling an outdated kitchen or expanding a master bath may be some of the most expensive undertakings when it comes to home renovations, but they also tend to show the best return on investment when it comes time to sell. And they can certainly increase your prospects of attracting interested buyers, as well. However, not

How to Measure the Risk in Your Investment Portfolio

Any time you invest your money expecting a return there’s bound to be risks. If you need an example, just take a look at your house. In general, an asset like your home is considered a fairly safe investment. But if you purchased a property before the bubble burst on the housing market a few

Luxury or Practical: Which Car Should You Buy?

There tends to be an assumption that people with money to blow are going to make a beeline for the luxury vehicles while those on a budget will opt for the more practical coach. But the truth is that there are so many options with such a wide range of amenities and price points that