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Will anything ever bring down real estate commissions
posted by: adamjohnson @ Tue Jul 10, 2018 10:46 am
Long post so don't bother unless you are serious about this issue. There is no abridged version!

I am hoping my post here will encourage a reasonable non-troll discussion of what it would take for an across the board reduction in real estate commissions (aside from the government mandating a lower typical maximum commission than currently is the case of course).
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I have been thinking about this for years and even more so since I became a real estate agent on a dar. I don't have any answers. Real estate commissions h...
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Worldcore Debit Card
posted by: Roger @ Wed Jun 27, 2018 11:05 am
Worldcore also provides a prepaid debit card within 24 hours of submitting the required documents. The card has the ability to load funds from any bank account instantaneously and can be used as a payout solution for wages, incentives, salaries, etc. A Worldcore account allows a user to get paid through bank wire, load any Visa/Mastercard credit or debit card, make online payments, make withdrawals to the Worldcore prepaid debit card and pay bills or buy any goods.
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Pay off low interest Car Loan?
posted by: Jack10525 @ Thu May 24, 2018 10:42 pm
I've got about 6500 left on an auto loan and 1500 on a credit card. I have 15k in an emergency fund (cash) and am wondering if I should just pay off this debt now. The car loan is 2% and the CC is no interest until Aug 2018. I just hate having payments. Financially I live well below my means but am looking at buying a new car at the end of this year. What would you do?
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Forex Daily Updates
posted by: kathjones @ Tue May 22, 2018 4:55 am
EUR/USD: Bullish hammer, Italian risks could keep a lid on gains

EUR/USD created a bullish hammer on Monday, awaits confirmation (positive follow-through).
Italian political risks could cap upside in the EUR/USD pair.
By- Fx Street
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Few questions for you mortgage saavy people
posted by: adamjohnson @ Tue May 22, 2018 4:18 am
Hi I just wanna say thanks in advance for any advice.
I will try to keep this short. I own a home that is valued at $500-530 K. I purchased it 6 years ago for $289K and have $246K remaining on my mortgage.
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When I purchased my home I was working full-time and was making great income so approval was easy. 3 years after purchasing my home I went into business for myself.
I had to take out a home equity line of credit for $50k to get the business going and I have $35K owing on it.
My income now however is very...
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EUR/USD the euro’s bearish trend remains strong
posted by: SusanaP @ Mon May 21, 2018 10:29 pm
Last week, all the major currencies expect for the Swiss franc declined against the US dollar. The single currency was the biggest loser, shedding -1.42%.

On Friday, the euro dropped to 1.1750 against the greenback after an unsuccessful attempt at exiting the triangle. The price reversed downwards after news from Italy that two parties (The League and The Five Star Movement) have pledged to roll back austerity measures and increase spending as part of their coalition agreement. Long-term Italian bond yields shot up on this news to reach a 7-...
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Retirement Planning In Young Age
posted by: richardbowen @ Mon May 21, 2018 10:06 am
you can start saving and smart investment methods in young age time. you will make good money to plan retirement. you can start investment in stocks, mutual funds, bitcoin, real estate etc.

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3-Year Variable rate mortgage in Canada
posted by: Anita01 @ Mon May 21, 2018 5:43 am
The 3-year variable is an alternative to the standard 5-year variable.

People choose 3-year variables for the following reasons:

1. When this term has lower rates than 5-year variables.
2. Because they want more flexibility to refinance earlier with no penalty.
3. When they don’t plan to own the home for more than three years.
4. Because they want a mortgage with a cheaper penalty if they break the contract early.

But, there are some disadvantages for a variable rate mortgage like:
1. Your interest costs can soar if rates rocket ...
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