Kevin Khachatryan Kevin is 22 and has a B.S. in Biochemistry from UCLA and is currently going to Pharmacy school in Midwestern University. He was born in Yerevan, Armenia but grew up in Los Angeles. Kevin has been reading and writing about personal finance and has been investing in stocks for almost 4 years now while working as a web designer. When he is not working or studying, Kevin likes to play Fantasy Football, lift weights, and watch movies.
Buying a foreclosed house can be a very rewarding experience if you do your research diligently. I know because I was lucky enough to purchase one in the summer of 2010, after many months of house hunting. A new property is a huge investment for most people and as such, should be considered carefully.
In this article, I’ll summarize some of the key questions to think about before deciding to sign a purchase contract for a foreclosure. I’ll also add some of my own personal anecdotes and share parts of my experience. If you’re interested in buying a foreclosure home, these points are important to consider and can help you build a healthier financial portfolio.
However, not everyone who starts a business is successful – not even close. And many of those who are successful fail multiple times and make many small business mistakes before finally hitting on an idea that works. When comparing the world’s richest entrepreneurs, you can see several qualities and characteristics that seem to be more common among these people than the general public – qualities that have obviously helped them get to the top.
Many people know the benefits of an AAA Membership when it comes to our cars. We’ve all heard the stories of AAA helping its members who are stuck on the road, out of gas, or locked out of their car. It was not until recently that I decided to look into the other benefits that an AAA card can offer. I was extremely surprised; a basic membership which costs roughly $30 can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year with huge discounts on almost everything.
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