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    • Sat, May 18, 2013 - 03:37am

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      Kaarapal

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      Good information and a much

    Good information and a much needed one that can be used in it.

    • Sat, May 18, 2013 - 03:37am

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      Kaarapal

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      JohnH123 wrote:My wife and I

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    My wife and I have a small business, and currently rent an inexpensive office space. I earn significanltly more than our expenses, and have a large cushion of savings. I have thought about buying an office space for us, though have held off figuring if the SHTF, I would not want the responsibility of paying a mortgage, and have the flexibility of not owning an office.

    Here are what I have thought of for reasons to buy: we need an office for ourselves anyway, interest rates are low and will likely go up, good business expense, commercial property prices are down, prices may go up due to inflation, rents may also go up due to inflation.

    Here are reasons not to buy: If the SHTF, much of our business income may evaporate (depending how bad things get), prices may go way down, not owning gives me flexibility as things unfold, I could trade gold for real estate in the future.

    I live in what I believe will be a desirable area of the country as things unfold.

    Any thoughts?

     

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    This is the right choice to earn money.Nowadays earning money through real estate is becoming more popular.

    • Sat, May 18, 2013 - 03:33am

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      Kaarapal

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      Legit site or not:

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    This ad is on the PeakProsperity.com site.  Seems too good to be true (making electricity for a few hundred dollars).  Is it legit?

    http://www.homemadeenergy.org/?hop=shlomibus

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    I have visited the site WhoisXY.com to collect the information about that site is legit or not.But,they are providing the details only like Creation Date,Expiration Date,Sponsoring Registrar,Registrant ID.So,I can't able to contact/E-Mail to the site owner.

    Better you can read the review about that site and know about that site is legit site or not.

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