Monday, August 27, 2007

Articles submitted - August 25, 2007

Welcome to the August 25, 2007 edition of real estate investment.

Bryan C. Fleming presents Buying into a Down Stock Market posted at Bryan C. Fleming, saying, "Did you ever think of playing the stock market? Why not just watch me loose all my money instead. In this artile I talk about buying into a down stock market. Yes, it's just like gambling... only legal!"

Eric Hudin presents Protecting Your Finances and Assets Offshore posted at My Estate Planning Career Blog, saying, "If you’re self employed, you’re affluent, you’re married, you have direct clients, business partners or you’re just concerned that you’re overpaying your taxes, there’s a strong possibility that you should be protecting your finances and assets offshore."

Allen Taylor presents What is a Charitable Trust? posted at Investing World Today, saying, "A charitable trust is designed to create a path whereby your assets may be converted into a life long stream of income and not a source of governmental revenue though taxes. Your taxes are lowered, what you pay now is lessened and what your heirs or your children pay will be lessened too when the time comes to pay estate taxes."

Tim Ramsey presents You Are Not Alone In The World Of Debt posted at My Debt Relief Blog, saying, "The first seven years of the “new millennium”, has seen the birth of more millionaires than every prior generation, but also created a generation more in debt that any generation that has come before."

Eric Stanley presents The Lure of Low Interest Rates posted at Personal Finance Blog Articles, saying, "Many of the financial decisions people make today are completely based on the current level of interest rates and have little consideration of long-term impact. Rates are so low it just makes sense to refinance or purchase now. We might as well do it or buy it now while rates are so low. Everyone has some debt no big deal rates are low."

Thomas Humes presents Baron Five-Step Action Plan for Building Wealth posted at Wealth Building World, saying, "It is important to learn disciplined strategies of sound money management, investing, and business administration. The more you learn about these areas, the more confident you will be in selecting advisors, making investments, and handling your business and financial affairs. You can easily move forward on your journey to financial success by taking these five simple actions-"

Home Financing

Ryan presents The Dirty Dozen Credit Card Traps posted at Care on Credit, saying, "Overview of the hidden traps in the terms and conditions for your credit cards. Learn how creditors juice you for extra dollars, and how to evaluate credit cards when you are trying to decide which one is right for you."

Matthew Paulson presents How to Qualify for Mortgage without a Credit Score posted at Getting Green.

housing bubble

Ian Welsh presents Reaping What You Sow: Hedge Fund and Housing Bubble Edition posted at The Agonist, saying, "To understand what's happening to the US housing and financial markets right now you need to understand the past policy decisions by the Fed and the Bush administration."

Ian Welsh presents How Bad Will the Housing Bubble Hangover Be? posted at The Agonist, saying, "Parallels with the Japanese housing bubble suggest the housing market will be in for years and years of pain."

Real estate investment

Johnny Wednesday presents Renting vs. Buying Real Estate posted at Johnny Wednesday.

Logan Flatt, CFA presents You Don't Own Real Estate. Real Estate Owns You. posted at, saying, "Many Americans believe that real estate can do no wrong as an asset class upon which they can build wealth. I disagree. Building wealth through real estate depends on your ability to distinguish among the three types of real estate ownership – investment, speculative, and personal. If you don’t know the differences, you may soon discover that you don’t own real estate, real estate owns you."

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