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Room-By-Room Guide to Cleaning Up Your Rental Property

Finally! We’ve been moving and hustling and bustling, so of course why wouldn’t I create a Money Monday guide to teach you how to save money whilst cleaning your rental property. (We try to keep our rented apartment as clean as possible for the next tenants!) We have experiences as renters and as landlords because we are still renting.A and I have taken the week to move out of our home and BACK into our parents house (yes, sadly you heard that right) to save a little extra cash for the future. Don’t worry we don…

Investment, Life Lessons, Millennials, Real Estate

Budgeting for 25 Year Olds

At 25 you will never think about saving money for a down payment, but you should start thinking or start having that conversation. Budgeting doesn’t happen over night, it is a lifestyle. Budgeting or being frugal doesn’t mean you have to give up avocado toasts, cocktails, and going out to eat. We try to keep our day-to-day life almost the same without suffering and eating instant noodle every night.FoodWe cook Sundays to Thursdays at home, which allows us to go out Fridays and Saturdays. We love trying new restaurants, so eating from home most…

Investment, Life Lessons, Millennials, Real Estate

5 Investment Properties Questions You Must Ask When You Look For Tenants

I’m sorry my Monday’s have been lacking in the investment information. I’m just starting to get used to balancing my work flow, school flow, blog flow, and homeowner flow. Life ain’t easy! But nothing good comes easy! This Sunday we went over to our investment property to fix a broken bathroom vent, which sparked a conversation between A and I over how we’re going to handle this. I thought I’d share with you how we have figured this out all over a steak dinner (marinated by yours truly!) with a great glass of…

Investment, Life Lessons, Millennials, Real Estate

Terms Millennials Need to Know to Understand their Credit Report

Follow my blog with BloglovinCollege is suppose to prepare you for real life experiences such as understand credit reports, but when are you really going to use the First Law of Thermodynamics or Newtons Law? RARELY if ever, and if ever it is just a search away.One of the things I wish college taught was real lessons in adulthood, things money should be teaching us rather then letting us figure it out and get lost on our own.Yes chemistry prepares you for a career, but what course prepares you for life? The internet!Lets get started with…