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Savvy Millennials Are 'House Hacking' Their Way To Homeownership And Rent-Free Living
December 6, 2019 – Money

Like a lot of millennials, Craig Curelop lives with roommates to save money. One big difference? He’s their landlord.

In a housing market where young people struggle to afford a home, Curelop already owns three of them. 

 

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Only 1 in 7 Home Ads Mention a Dining Area. Here's Why That Could Be a Big Mistake
December 4, 2019 – Money

Some home sellers may be leaving money on the table — the dining room table.

Listings that tout their dining areas are priced significantly higher than the median home, according to a new analysis from real estate web site Zillow.

 

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Why Own a Property When You Can Profit From the Dirt Below?
November 26, 2019 – The Wall Street Journal

Instead of buying or developing buildings, more commercial real-estate investors want only the ground beneath them.

The practice of separating a property from the land, and then renting out that ground to a developer on a long-term basis, is known as creating a ground lease.

 

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