Secondary Cities in the U.S. That Are Prime Real Estate Investment Opportunities

For those looking to invest in high-end real estate in the U.S. but are hesitant to part with their cash in the face of stock market volatility, the rewritten federal tax code enacted last year and a widely cooling luxury real estate market, now is the time to turn to the second-tier cities of Las Vegas, Nashville, and Arlington, Virginia.

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Counties where the American dream may already be dead

The allure of the American dream is the promise of equal opportunity, which allows a person to achieve any goal. This means economic opportunity and mobility to any American, and especially to new generations. While debate rages on about just how widespread the experience of the American dream is, research certainly indicates it is not uniform across the country.

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Buying a house in New Zealand presents some unique challenges

Our family moved to New Zealand several years ago and we are finally ready (financially and mentally) to purchase our first home. We have a friend who is a real estate agent in another city and they have been giving us advice. Through them we are learning a lot about the buying process, because it’s very different to our country of origin. The thing that we are finding quite difficult is that there is such a variety of property types to choose from and we don’t know what we should worry about and what is considered “normal’ by Kiwis. We feel like we’ll never be able to catch up on the learned experience that other people have. Where do we start?

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