What one question do leaders fail to ask? How can you pay down debt and still enjoy your summer? And what six biblical generosity principles should we try to balance?
These questions and more are answered in this week’s My 5 for Friday:
This is the season of purchasing or selling a home.
Selling a home can be stressful, time-consuming, and draining. For first time home sellers, it’s easy to make mistakes. And these mistakes can be costly. Buyers often have multiple options. Especially during the spring, where home sellers come out in mass.
Many Millennials are looking to purchase their first home this spring. They are scouring the websites and driving through neighborhoods looking for what will probably be their largest purchase to date.
They enter the housing market with great excitement. They cannot wait to post a picture of their first home on Facebook.
The purchase of one’s first home should be an enjoyable and memorable experience. But the lack of homebuying experience can make Millennials vulnerable to some common and avoidable mistakes.
There are many of you out there that are now planning your upcoming vacation. You are deciding where you are going to go. You are choosing what you will do. And you are trying to determine where you will stay.
Ten years ago, the question of where to stay was simpler. Most of us would be settling on a hotel in the area of a vacation spot.
But the Internet has expanded our options. Now, we no longer are able to just see what hotels have availability. We are able to see what homes have availability.