Real Estate Investing: On the Upswing
In the first post of the Real Estate Investing series, we explore real estate’s “safe” reputation for investors and what you should consider when looking at investment properties.
The stock market seems overpriced. You don’t earn beans on bond yields these days. Gold scares you. As for savings accounts: Forget about it. The monthly interest will barely buy a cup of coffee
Where can you put that nest egg of yours to work?
For many savvy ... read more
Real Estate Investing: The Art of the Flip
In the final post of the series, we’ll learn about the art of the ‘flip’. You’ve seen it on TV, but let’s see if it’s actually as easy as they let on…
In the first and second posts of the series, we learned the basics about real estate investing and what you need to know to play the game strategically. Now, we’ll see what you need to do to rehab a house and successfully ‘flip’ ... read more
Tonight Brings a Spectacular Light Show to Coeur d'Alene
Don't miss this once a year extravaganza!
It’s the day after Thanksgiving! Also known as Black Friday for those of you who like to pour out of bed at an unreasonable hour to hover in seemingly endless lines for bargains that just might be worth the struggle. Or it could be the day that the turkey hangover leaves you sleeping in until a much later unreasonable hour to finally lounge in pajamas all day while eating leftovers and g... read more
8 Genius Ways to Organize Your Kitchen
Clear out the clutter and tidy up your kitchen with tips from our friends at HomeAdvisor
The following is a guest post from Andrea Davis of HomeAdvisor
The kitchen is one of the most difficult places in the home to keep clean and organized. Between your dishes, utensils and cooking appliances, you have lots of oddly shaped and bulky items to store. If you find yourself overwhelmed by all the stuff in your kitchen, or maybe just need a more efficient ... read more