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How Much Should I Save for Emergencies?

How Much Should I Save for Emergencies? It’s always a good idea to save some cash for a “rainy day.” An Edward Jones financial advisor can help make sure your savings support your overall financial strategy. After all, you’ve worked hard to keep your financial strategy on track, right? An unexpected expense could easily derail that strategy. That's why…
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Nebraska Rental Laws

The Official State Statutes and other reputable municipal sources were used to research this information. All sources are cited appropriately. With that said, landlord-tenant laws are always changing, and may even vary from county to county.  You have a responsibility to perform your own research and cautiously apply the laws to your unique situation. If you have a legal question…
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How Much Does a Single Family Rental Need to Cashflow?

We asked our membership, “How much does a single family rental need to cashflow before you buy it?” The two ends of the cashflow spectrum on our survey were the most used. 41.7% of our member respondents said they wouldn’t do a SFR deal for less than $300 in monthly cashflow. 25% of respondents said…
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Best and Worst Cities in Which to Own Investment Property

Three Florida cities—Orlando, Tampa and Miami—rank among the Top 10 Cities in Which to Own Investment Property, according to results of an analysis published recently by GOBankingRates.com. The personal finance news and features website also ranked the Worst Cities in Which to Own Investment Property, with Anchorage, Alaska, taking that list’s dubious top honor. GOBankingRates…
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