Ask Geri: I Have Extra Cash To Invest: Car or Condo?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Condominium / House & Lot, Credit Cards, Investments, Ask Geri, Auto Loan, Credit and Loans, Insurance, Personal Loans, Real Estate

Both options above are illiquid and very long term commitments. Meaning if you change your mind, or have a need for cash beyond your emergency funds, it will be more difficult to sell these items to have cash.

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Asset Price Bubble Imminent? Oversupply of Condominium Units?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Condominium / House & Lot, Economics 101, Investments, Suggested Readings, Financial Literacy, Credit and Loans, Economics

Is demand still there for these units which will finish 2014, 2015 some even up to 2017? And is the property market heating up so fast with all these investment activities that anytime soon, price increases may just burst and do a free-fall?

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Should I Get a Car or Condo?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Condominium / House & Lot, Investments, Commuting Public, Financial Literacy, Commuter Blues, Credit and Loans, Breadwinner, Real Estate, Personal Finance

Getting a condo over a car requires lots of guts and risk appetite. But for me, I’d rather spend on an investment with some comfort down the road, rather than spend for comfort now with only a depreciated car left after 5 years.

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