To succeed with investing in Real Estate there are some key fundamentals that you as a Divorced Woman should be aware of before you invest. If you're aware of these fundamentals, your chances of making money and succeeding with your Real Estate investment increase exponentially. Not being aware of these could result in you losing a lot of money. I don't need to explain the stress that losing money unnecessarily, can cause! The knowledge of these fundamentals in this book can change that.With the knowledge of these fundamentals, you will know how to structure your investment in Real Estate so that you limit your exposure to the downside, and best position yourself to make a lot of money from your Real Estate investment.The insights from all the research I've done, all the books I've read and the workshop material I compiled is included here in a consolidated format. Read it carefully. Do the exercises and follow the recommendations to a tee. Your takeout will be a foundational understanding and a Step by Step guide to preparing yourself to invest wisely and safely in Real Estate.Although I have been successful myself, I do not offer financial advice. I do however urge you to do nothing until you are clear about the information contained in this book, and then only invest once you understand the benefits and pitfalls of this asset class completely, and only once you are confident that you have run the numbers and that they work.Steve
In Real Women Invest in Real Estate, you’ll learn how to climb the real estate ladder with ease and expertise, spot the right real estate opportunities and make money in any market at any time, develop the entrepreneurial skills required to succeed in real estate investing, evaluate the right locations and types of real estate markets to invest in, enjoy the Stiletto Edge and understand why women have an advantage in real estate investing, acquire and protect your most significant investment with great savvy, address the investment and knowledge gap and become a valuable resource when it comes to real estate, avoid common pitfalls when investing in real estate, deal with the confidence gap, develop the right mind-set, stay disciplined, identify opportunities and risks that aren’t always so obvious to others, take charge of your limiting beliefs through the real-life stories of other female investors, and develop a sense of purpose and secure your financial future through investing wisely.
It is never too early to get a financial reality check to ensure long term financial security. Practical, savvy, and wide-ranging, Own Your Financial Freedom will inform women of important financial constructs prior to marriage and educate women on the ‘what-if’ of a divorce proceeding and post-divorce money management. By making effective money decisions at every stage of your life, if a divorce is ever inevitable, you will feel far more in control and aware of what you are entitled to, making divorce a straightforward process and not a lengthy battle. Packed with essential advice from professionals and financial gurus, Own Your Financial Freedom will help anyone navigate through the emotionally, economically and legally challenging divorce procedure. From understanding entitlements, coming to a settlement and to planning long-term investments, this book is an essential guide to achieving financial freedom. Currently the principal of Wiser Wealth, Andrea Kennedy is an investment manager who has been providing coaching and consultation services to couples, families and professional women for the past decade in Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai. Andrea has a blog, “Women on Money” (www.wiserwealth.net/blog), and is often interviewed for her perspectives on wealth creation for women and couples. Andrea has a bachelor degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in International Affairs and Economics and is a certified financial planner (CFP). Originally from Chicago, Andrea has lived in Asia for the last 20 years
More than 1.1 million women are actively involved in divorce each year and all need solid financial advice to help make this transition less painful. In FAIR SHARE DIVORCE FOR WOMEN, Second Edition, Certified Financial Planner Kathleen Miller has created a comprehensive guide to help you completely integrate all the financial aspects of your divorce into a personalized and sound financial plan. This completely revised and expanded second edition includes updated statistics, recent case studies that reflect modern marriages, complete indexing, and a comprehensive appendix of resources. Kathleen Miller has added new topics and chapters, including: Grounded in the experiences of her more than 3,000 clients, Kathleen Miller's advice is clear and concise. FAIR SHARE DIVORCE FOR WOMEN, Second Edition will offer you the guidance and support you need to safeguard your marital assets, and will empower you to take control of your divorce and financial future.
The book discusses existing legal regulations and rules in various states relating to the enforcement of premarital or postnuptial agreements regarding the parties' rights if they divorce.
Women are still discovering-the hard way-just how difficult and unpredictable child custody cases can be. The first and most comprehensive book of its kind, this is a complete insider's guide filled with crucial advice from judges, lawyers, therapists, and mothers who have experienced this challenging legal process. It is designed for women at every stage of divorce and covers a wide range of legal strategies, as well as financial and psychological issues. This updated edition describes how to use technology advantageously and pitfalls to avoid, as well as changes in interstate custody laws and essential topics such as: - Choosing a lawyer - What to expect before and in court - Blended families - Domestic violence risk factors for women - What makes a custody agreement good or bad - Dealing with your emotions - Parental kidnapping cases - An appendix of recommended reading
This Second Edition provides an excellent and holistic structure for planning and managing your personal finances. Everything you need to know in order to make informed decisions about any and every aspect of your finances is contained in the ten key personal financial planning areas: career, income tax, estate, investment, protection, credit, health care, retirement and emigration planning. Ultimately, we all hope for financial independence after retirement, and how you plan and manage your finances in any one of these key areas can have far-reaching positive or negative financial implications for your future. Key features: Learning outcomes and self-assessment questions; Numerous diagrams, figures and tables; Outlines the personal financial planning process; Describes the assessment and measurement of personal financial performance; Explains the time value of money; Details ten personal financial planning areas.
A meticulously researched and revisionist study of the nineteenth-century Ontario's Married Women's Property Acts. They were important landmarks in the legal emancipation of women.
The eighteen essays in this volume cover a wide range of material and reevaluate women's studies and Middle Eastern studies, Muslim women and the Shari'a courts, the Ottoman household, Dhimmi communities, children and family law, morality, and violence.
The best-selling author of Nothing Down and the financially successful creator of the 5-Minute Mentor Method counsels busy women on how to invest profitably in the real estate market, in an accessible reference that covers such topics as identifying viable properties and closing a deal. 50,000 first printing.
The pursuit of wealth has captivated people’s attention for centuries. Yet, as a topic of social research, the way in which wealth is accumulated and unequally distributed has largely been neglected, remaining hidden beneath data on income inequality. Wealth aims to address this blind spot in the academic discourse. In accessible prose, Yuval Elmelech explains how personal wealth differs fundamentally from other conventional measures of socioeconomic status and why it has become increasingly important to our understanding of social mobility and stratification. Crucially, Elmelech presents a dynamic sociological framework of wealth attainment that illuminates the effects of cumulative advantages and disadvantages over the course of an individual’s life, and across generations. He describes how these advantages and disadvantages are in turn shaped by a complex interplay of multiple markets, changing demographic landscapes, and persistent inter-group wealth disparities. Blending theoretical approaches with empirical evidence and macro-level contexts with micro-level processes, this book is an astute guide for thinking about wealth as a key determinant of social and economic wellbeing and for interrogating the role of wealth accumulation in social inequality.