Top 10 Tax Friendly States

Top 10 Tax Friendly States

What is going on everyone? Welcome back to the world according to Briggs did you know that people like to save their money? And for some reason people like to pay less for things than they normally would also it’s really strange now if your normal person that’s a no-brainer if you’re my wife well […]

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10 Most Affordable States to Buy a Home

10 Most Affordable States to Buy a Home

What is going on everyone? I hope you are all doing well. In the last couple of months we have done lists about getting land, where to get free land, where to retire, places that will actually pay you to move, today I thought we should look at the most affordable States to buy land. […]

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Affordable housing – a growing concern for people and governments

Affordable housing – a growing concern for people and governments

People are struggling more than ever to pay for a decent, affordable home. Making housing more accessible would help reduce poverty and inequality. People spend a larger share of their budgets on housing than almost anything else 22% of household spending, on average and good quality affordable housing has become increasingly out of reach for […]

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Orange County Housing Market Update – November

Orange County Housing Market Update – November

– Hey, this is Josh Alexander with your November Orange County housing market update. So, over the last four weeks, we’ve seen about a 14% decrease in supply, which is typical for this time of year. Usually people are starting to take their homes off the market as they get ready for the holidays and […]

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National Housing Market Update | June 2017 (Short)

National Housing Market Update | June 2017 (Short)

Welcome to CoreLogic’s update for housing conditions for June 2017. CoreLogic’s May results provided further support that the pace of capital gains is losing some momentum. Particularly in Sydney and Melbourne where housing market conditions have been the hottest. According to CoreLogic’s home value index, capital city dwelling values slipped 1.1% lower in May. Which […]

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Why Aren’t the 50% Living in Poverty Protesting in the Streets?

Why Aren’t the 50% Living in Poverty Protesting in the Streets?

PAUL JAY: Welcome to The Real News Network. I’m Paul Jay in Baltimore. We’ve been talking to Paul Buchheit, who now joins us again from Chicago. Paul is a teacher at DePaul University in Chicago, and he’s founder/developer of the social justice site UsAgainstGreed.org. Thanks for joining us again, Paul. PAUL BUCHHEIT: Thank you, Paul. […]

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The WIRE | 1 Nov 2019

The WIRE | 1 Nov 2019

– This week on #TheWIRE, confidence in market returns, under-supply to push prices, and new first home buyers scheme. G’day, guys, my name is Tim Guest, and I’m Australia’s leading financial educator and the founder of Infinite Wealth. and welcome to #TheWIRE, the Week in Real Estate, where you can get all the top stories […]

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