Home Based Business

Top 10 U.S. Business Ideas For 2022

Entrepreneurship has become a popular career choice in the last couple of years due to American consumers having their eyes opened to its viability by the COVID pandemic. However, one of the biggest reasons for the 20% failure rate of small businesses in their first year is the lack of a strong business idea to serve as their foundation, inevitably

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Investing

What’s Next in Real Estate? 3 Investors Weigh In

With inflation soaring, interest rates rising, and growing concern over a recession taking shape, it’s no surprise to hear the real estate market is changing. Thanks to shifts in consumer preferences, changes in supply and demand, and the emergence of new real estate investment opportunities, the end of 2022 and the coming years could look a lot different than the

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Green Living

Pensacola house on Broyhill Lane selling for $325,000 has

This four-bedroom, two-bath home has seen updates and renovations “to be the ‘forever home’ not to flip, but opportunity knocked, making this home available to new owners,” says Realtor Will Maybin with Connell & Company Realty.

The home features a formal dining room, an open kitchen, a charming living space, a privacy-fenced outdoor oasis with an in-ground saltwater pool, a

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Home Based Business

6 Strategies to Prevent Burnout and Free Yourself from Work

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

Burnout is very common among entrepreneurs and even among ambitious professionals. I’ve dealt with burnout many times over the years. As a startup founder with high ambitions, I had many goals that I was determined to reach — but the result often meant I was overworking myself, leading to burnout.

Unfortunately, burnout

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Investing

Wall Street SFR firms accused of stripping equity from

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Institutional players in the single-family rental (SFR) market have been expanding their reach into select American neighborhoods since the global financial crisis of 2008, but they now find themselves in an uncomfortable limelight. 

They are under scrutiny in Congress and accused of gentrifying minority neighborhoods and allegedly displacing large numbers of people of color — Black residents in particular.

That

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