If you’re an accredited investor looking to diversify into commercial real estate, EquityMultiple let’s you choose the deals you invest in.
The Groundfloor website says they can nail down over 10% real estate investment returns for you. How realistic is that, and is it a company you should try?
With the stock market being a financial roller coaster, diversifying beyond stocks and bonds is a rational strategy. Rich Uncles could be the way to do it.
Are you a small investor looking to diversify beyond stocks and bonds? Realty Mogul will let you spread your investment wings into commercial real estate.
Qapital is an app for iOS and Android that allows you to save money automatically for goals, based on rules and triggers that you set. Here’s a full review.
Blooom helps you to pick the right funds for your situation from within your 401(k) plan. It’s like a robo-advisor for your 401(k). Let’s take a look.
Wealthsimple has become one of the premier options for people looking to have a simple, effective and automated investment portfolio. Here’s our review.
Decluttr is a website and app that can turn your old electronics, books, media and even Legos into cash. Here’s a review of Decluttr.
Tello Mobile is a great new low cost, no contract, cell service provider. Here’s quick look at what they have to offer from calling plans and cost to phones.
Unreal Mobile has burst onto the scene with one of the most affordable unlimited mobile phone plans on the market, with plans starting at only $10/month. Here’s a review.
Plex is a home entertainment hub for cord cutters that serves your favorite TV shows and movies from your computer to your big screen TV or mobile device.
Philo is a live TV streaming service, and starting at only $16/month they have likely the lowest cost cable TV package available. Is it worth it?
Sling TV is the #1 live TV streaming service, and at $25/month they also have one of the lowest cost cable TV packages available. Is it worth it?
Empower Finance app can help you to track your finances, find savings in your budget or cancel unused services. Here is my review of the Empower Finance.