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When Homeowners' Association Living Goes Haywire: How To Prevent The Common Problems Of Living Under An HOA or COA

Jack Hanson | Posted 06.30.2016 | HuffPost Home
Jack Hanson

Since 1964, Associations have become increasingly common in part because they give residents a degree of control over their investment that homeowners in non-Association communities do not have.

Forced Confinements Grow In Russia

Armine Sahakyan | Posted 05.23.2016 | World
Armine Sahakyan

Tens of thousands of people languished in psychiatric hospitals in the Soviet Union for years, not because they were insane but because they held views that contradicted the system.

How I Made $120K in Less Than 60 Days While Single and Pregnant

Priscilla Jeha | Posted 05.12.2016 | HuffPost Home
Priscilla Jeha

Being single and 20 weeks pregnant with twins, I had a pretty big one. I made the decision that I needed a 10 year investment plan for my babies. If I didn't do something before they were born, I'd totally miss the boat and all available income after they arrived would need to be spent on their every need. Two babies on one single income will allow little for investment plans!

Here's The Most Expensive Zip Code in Every State

GOBankingRates | Posted 03.02.2016 | Business
GOBankingRates

By Elyssa Kirkham, Finance Writer Ask a real estate agent what the biggest factor in determining a property's value is and they won't even have to th...

How to Increase Your Rental Yield Without Spending a Cent!

Krista M Sharp | Posted 02.24.2016 | HuffPost Home
Krista M Sharp

As more people opt to have children later or not at all it's more and more common for people to have fur babies. Hence the demand for pet friendly homes is at an all time high. Every house we advertise for rent is met with applications from people with pets.

Make Money Renting Part of Your House or Basement Long Term

Pauline Paquin | Posted 02.15.2016 | Business
Pauline Paquin

This post appeared first on Make Money Your Way.   I love real estate as a way to invest and build wealth. But what if you can't buy a new place? ...

Treat Her Like A Lady: Civil Forfeiture's Lack of Chivalry

Chandra Bozelko | Posted 01.06.2016 | Crime
Chandra Bozelko

At first blush, it may seem like civil forfeiture is different than the usual methods of justice: targeting poor people who have nothing and placing them in jail. As hard as state and federal governments may try, you can't take nothing from nothing so indigent populations are impervious to forfeiture schemes.

Prosecutor Can't Handle Idea Of Needing A Conviction To Take Property

The Huffington Post | Nick Wing | Posted 11.13.2015 | Politics

Oklahoma might be best known as a home to Sooners, Cowboys and country music fans, but a local prosecutor and police officer say the state will be wel...

7 Retirement Havens Frequented By The Rich And Famous

Kathleen Peddicord | Posted 10.21.2015 | Fifty
Kathleen Peddicord

Celebrities have the luxury of picking the most stunning destinations on earth for their vacation homes. But even in a sought-after place like Italy's Lake Como (where you'd have George Clooney as a neighbor), you'll find attractive options even for those of us who live less than a red-carpet lifestyle.

What "Cozy" Really Means: Decoding Real Estate Listing Language

Posted 08.20.2015 | HuffPost Home

Apartment searching in big cities is a lot like a regrettable online-dating meetup. You travel great distances to a neighborhood you’re not complete...

5 Retirement Havens Where Property Purchase Comes With Residency

Kathleen Peddicord | Posted 08.13.2015 | Fifty
Kathleen Peddicord

When you buy a piece of property overseas, it can sometimes come with an important bonus -- it can open the door to foreign residency. Here are five of my favorite places where you can obtain residency by buying real estate.

Moving Up? Should You Keep Your Old House or Sell It?

Cindy Tansin | Posted 05.16.2016 | HuffPost Home
Cindy Tansin

More people today are buying up and keeping - or at least contemplating keeping - their old homes. In fact, 65% of investors are renting their properties instead of flipping? Does this make sense for you? Here are some things to consider:

Divorce Confidential: Crafting a Creative Pet Parenting Plan

Caroline Choi | Posted 01.19.2015 | Divorce
Caroline Choi

It's no surprise pet parents are becoming a lot more serious about pet custody. The need to divide this member of your home can be painful and hold so much more value than the division of material possessions.

Yes, in Your Country: Judge Says City of Philadelphia Can Take Artist's Studio, Turn It Into Grocery Store

Evan Bernick | Posted 01.05.2015 | Politics
Evan Bernick

James Dupree is a world-renowned artist and native son of Philadelphia, who is about to see his art studio turned into a grocery store, thanks to the rubber-stamp review that passes for judging when his city exercises the power of eminent domain.

Government Policy on 'Lost' Money Needs Revision

Howard Steven Friedman | Posted 12.22.2014 | Politics
Howard Steven Friedman

Finding money feels nice until you realize that the money was "lost" due to either willful negligence or gross incompetence.

Surprises About Homeowners' Insurance You Probably Didn't Know

Andrew Lieb | Posted 12.09.2014 | New York
Andrew Lieb

Did you know that in most States, such as New York, an insurance broker is generally not liable for their failure to advise you on what coverage you should obtain? Let this be your resource guide to advocate for your own best interest in obtaining coverage.

Who Gets The Pets In A Divorce?

Caroline Choi | Posted 11.24.2014 | Divorce
Caroline Choi

Pet custody is another issue that adds to the many layers of divorce. The implementation of a pet parenting plan may be something to consider, especially if it helps lessen the sense of loss you may feel and experience during the divorce process.

5 Tips Landlords Must Know Before Wrapping-Up Seasonal Rentals

Andrew Lieb | Posted 11.03.2014 | HuffPost Home
Andrew Lieb

Just because the term of the lease is over does not mean that the landlord automatically gets their seasonal rental property back. In many States, the tenant must surrender possession of the property prior to the landlord retaking possession.

Top 5 Tips to Consider Before Buying a Vacation Home

Andrew Lieb | Posted 10.28.2014 | HuffPost Home
Andrew Lieb

Affordability You should condition yourself to the added expense of paying for an increase in your lifestyle. Think about what you can afford in term...

Rental Property Investors Aren't All the Same

Dean Graziosi | Posted 09.14.2014 | Small Business
Dean Graziosi

People may put up with a lot when it comes to incidental purchases or non-essential investments. However, when it comes to their homes, people are far less tolerant of sub-standard conditions and service.

A Premarital Agreement Primer

Brad Reid | Posted 08.26.2014 | Weddings
Brad Reid

While a will may transfer property at death, a premarital agreement may clarify what property is subject to the provisions of a will as well as address inheritance and probate matters.

Why Billboards Are Important

Brigham A. McCown | Posted 05.25.2014 | Business
Brigham A. McCown

Recently, electronic billboards have been popping up alongside America's roadways, catching the eyes of motorists. The reactions vary wildly. Some op...

Sam Zell: How an Entrepreneur Sees the World

Betty Liu | Posted 03.15.2014 | Business
Betty Liu

If you're an entrepreneur, you know what he's talking about. If you work for a major corporation, you likely also know what he's talking about.

Lessons From the Past: Securing Land Rights in the Wake of Typhoon Haiyan

Yuliya Neyman | Posted 02.12.2014 | World
Yuliya Neyman

In America, land ownership is usually well-documented and formalized. We own deeds to our land, and have clear legal ways to sell it, rent it or otherwise transfer it. But that's not the case in many countries, including in the Philippines.

Should You Keep The Marital Home? This Infographic Will Help You Decide

Christian Denmon | Posted 02.08.2014 | Divorce
Christian Denmon

Most states uphold what is called an equitable distribution of assets, which insures that both spouses receive a certain portion of the marital home unless otherwise stated in the court documents.