The Best Beds for Airbnb’s

The Best Beds for Airbnb’s

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Wow! I'm really loving this LUCID bed and my guests do too! I am getting killer reviews just on this bed!!! (I include a screen shot of some of my reviews). I had heard of beds like this...arriving right at your doorstep in a box from Amazon and then POOF they expand into a life size bed! Then I slept on one in Airbnb home for a month. I was sold! So, I ordered one for myself! There are several thicknesses. They have a 10", 12" and I believe a 14". I have the 12". This is a cool blend of memory foam + natural latex mattress built from different layers. Top layer (comfort + cooling) – this is a 1″ Bamboo Charcoal memory foam layer and a 2nd Layer (support) – this a 3″ memory…
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10 Steps to Buying a Home with Low Income

10 Steps to Buying a Home with Low Income

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Someone once asked me, can I buy a home if I only make $30,000/yr? The answer is YES YOU CAN! Heck, you could probably get a home loan if the home was only a few grand and you were earning only a few grand per year in income. The reality is that its not just ONE thing that will help you get a loan and buy a house. In fact you need to to have several things in alignment (like your credit, your taxes and your income and some savings). Also, most low income home loans are government insured through FHA (Federal Housing Administration) so if you follow FHA requirements, your lender can give you a better deal (such as low down payments, low closing costs and easy credit qualifying). The U.S.…
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How to Go from Renter to Homeowner Using Airbnb

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People who are "renters" are typically the ones who say to me, "Rachel, why would I want to buy a house?" At first I was completely bewildered at this statement thinking "how are they NOT already investing in real estate, instead they're wasting money renting!"  But then I remembered that I used to share this mindset too!   I had rented for much of my life but purchased a fancy condo in the heart of Denver in 2008, that I would sell only 2 years later. Part of the reason I sold was because I quit my job and started my own company. I quickly wondered how keeping this asset with my new ambitious self-employed status and income was going to benefit me. How was I going to afford mortgage payments with my fancy…
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