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5 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Second Home with a Family Member

Sharing a treehouse with your siblings was great. But sharing a vacation home is a little more complicated. This time if you fight, you can’t ask mom and dad to solve the problem. So how do you avoid the big arguments altogether? Ask yourself--and your siblings--these questions. You’ll be happy you did.

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Should I Use My 401 (k) to Buy a Rental Property?

You feel like an investment property is a better way to save for retirement than a 401 (k). So can you use your current retirement savings plan to buy the property in the first place? And more importantly, should you?

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Ask the Expert: Becoming a Landlord in a College Town

The school year is winding down, and before you know it college students across the county will be looking for a place to live in the next year. Having a quality rental property in a college town can be a big money maker, but is it worth the hassle? We asked Steve Taylor from Wolfe and Taylor for the rundown for our latest Ask the Expert post.