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We need to see more inventory coming to market. Texas remains incredibly strong for job growth and relocations. The FEBRUARY 2019 upgrade Below is. Please, I want to know your property parameters for 2019 and will keep a search profile up to date for any new property matching the parameters.

If you have specific parameters (area/property type/size/price/etc), please let me know. When simply clicking below links, you can select DISPLAY on top of the right of the page to show a property by property details. 0. Duplex bundle – 5 duplexes in Ft Worth (years 2008 build). 1,300 rents per device – tenants pay utilities.

305,000 per duplex (2 models). 1.5M (was told seller motivated). This time of year we start to see the builders get more aggressive on SPEC inventory. This has been limited because the Housing Bust of 2008 but I am getting more and more emails from builders with discounts on increasing inventory. Some still don’t allow traders but worth a glance if wanting a more recent product. This is becoming a popular option than town homes.

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I would feel insecure if I had no cost savings. Ultimately, those interviewed wished that their pension should come at the same time they choose, and not be forced upon them. “The retirement is something pressured upon you by virtue of legislation and plan. In the event that you enjoy and love what you do, it becomes a passion – and you do not retire from a passion,” says Lee. “I would want to continue working past the retirement of 55 – not because of the amount of money, but because I would be able to contribute a lot more to society. But for Linda Eng, 31, an administration executive with a building company retirement planning is not simply about saving.

“Yes, I’ve my own contingency finance for my retirement, i.e. savings in the lender, a small investment amount in unit trust money, and, of course, EPF. I am now planning to buy a house for my pension. So, I must work hard to ensure that my retirement life is well planned.

“Recently, however, something happened that made me realize enough only having cost savings is not. She explains that one of her colleagues who seemed to be in perfect health, ate well and kept a balanced lifestyle was identified as having cancer. “It was a terrible surprise to all of us, and that which was even more shocking was that he had to spend close to RM100,000 for treatment. He and his family needed to use some of their hard-earned cost savings, which was designed to be used for old age. It had been gone in a blink of the optical vision!