Lifestyle

Would You Sell Your Home to an iBuyer?

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An iBuyer is not to be confused with internet home listing sites such as Zillow or Trulia. iBuyers, such as OpenDoor and OfferPad, actually purchase your home. And they are not flippers who buy on the cheap, renovate and resell for a hefty profit. This business model is new, evolving and here to stay. Here’s how iBuyers operate. You visit an iBuyer […]

Podcasts

RH 009 FIRE and Deep Canyon Amber Ale

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Show Notes Segment 1 – Retirement Our guest is Steve of ThinkSaveRetire.com Steve and his wife are practitioners of FIRE – Financial Independence Retire Early After successful careers in IT, they achieved financial independence and retired in their mid-30s Steve’s father retired when he was just 49. He asked Steve what his 10 year plan […]

Health

Inspire for Chronic Diseases

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Having to deal with a chronic illness is life-changing. The patient and affected family members enter a cycle doctor appointments, tests, treatments, medications and symptoms to manage. And just like in the world of personal finance, we are expected to take on more responsibility for managing our conditions. This is intimidating and scary. Fortunately there […]

Podcasts

RH 008 Millennials and Brown Shugga

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Show Notes Segment 1 – Retirement There are 80 million millennials which makes them the largest generation in the US We feature Schwab’s Winter edition of On Investing, the Ask Carrie column Millennials are socially responsible, committed to their values and less likely than previous generations to follow tradition family and career paths. They distrust […]

Lifestyle

2017 Year In Review

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It’s that time of year to look back to see how we got to where we are today to help us plan for tomorrow. Did I really just write that? Anyhow, here’s a look back at 2017. On July 25 I announced the creation of the Retire Hoppy website and podcast. Also on July 25 […]