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Flipping Houses, Electric Cars, Market Roll Over and More





Flipping Houses for Profit @ in the Archives (1 year ago today)

Is the Market Headed for a Rollover Accident? @ Balance Junkie

Thoughts on Electric Cars @ Canadian Money Forum

Geothermal Home Heating Case Study – Going Green Puts Green into Your Pocket @ Canadian Financial DIY

Advice To Future University Students @ Canadian Personal Finance Blog

Carnival of Personal Finance @ Live Real Now

Social Media is a Waste of Time – But Can’t be Ignored @ WalletPop

Free ACB & Capital Gains Tracker in Excel @ Canadian Capitalist

50 and Broke? Early Retirement Planning Can Help @ Canadian Dream

6 Reasons Canadians Should Invest In Oil Stocks @ Money Smarts Blog

Catching a falling knife (continued) – RIMM & BP @ Intelligent Speculator

The value of advice @ Thicken My Wallet

The Costs of an In-Ground Pool @ Michael James on Money

budgeting sustainably for real life @ The Money Gardener

Interview with the Secretary General of Luxembourg for Finance @ Where Does All My Money Go

5 Tips to Managing Your Finances and Avoiding Debt @ Financial Highway

The Power of Progress @ Canadian Finance Blog

How Personal Finance Changes as You Begin to See Success @ The Simple Dollar

How to Build Confidence and Overcome Fear @ Get Rich Slowly





13 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Thanks for the mention have a great weekend!

  2. Thanks very much for including my article here. I found a few good ones that I hadn’t seen yet. We own a couple of Nissan vehicles, so I was interested to read about the coming Nissan Leaf. :)

  3. Thanks for the mention. Have a great weekend!

  4. Thanks for the mention!

  5. Thanks for the mention FT. Have a great weekend!

  6. 6. Laura

    Wow that discussion on electric cars was great! I really enjoyed their back and forth on the pros and cons of these new vehicles.
    All these green articles are inspiring. It makes me feel like the world might actually be headed in a positive direction for a change :)

  7. Thanks for the mention. Have a great weekend!

  8. Thanks for the link!

    Mike

  9. Cheers FT! Thanks for the mention

  10. 12. BankVibe

    Great article on flipping houses for profit! That’s a goal of mine and now that the housing market is still crashing where I live, it makes it so much easier to buy a house on auction, paying 65 cents on the dollar for a house!

    You laid out the requirements for making a profit well! Where I live you can buy a house for $180k and make a decent profit while a few years ago you couldn’t find a house under $300k.

  11. Flipping houses is the most tried-and-true way to make a fortune in real estate, so don’t listen to anyone who tries to tell you that it can’t be done or that you need to have a great deal of start-up money. That’s not true. You can buy houses with no money down through various loan programs, and sellers will often help you with the closing costs.

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