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How to beat the falling pound: 10 simple ways to save money on your holiday.
If you haven't booked yet:
1. Bargain
Negotiation is the lifeblood of the travel industry. Its products are time-sensitive: a room left empty one night or an airline seat that isn’t filled can’t be resold the next day. So, particularly if you are booking at the last minute, bargain - especially when dealing with tour operators, travel agents and hotels.
2. Pick your times
If you are booking your travel independently, rather than as a pre-packaged holiday, make sure you get an overview using a website such as Skyscanner.net , which shows all the fares available on or around your chosen dates. To illustrate just how much fares can vary, I did a quick search for flights from London to Malaga, flying from August 24-31. The cheapest direct return was £149; the dearest, £589. Be sure to check what is included in the fare quoted (see below).
Save: up to 300 per cent on flights
3. Consider an indirect flight
Hanging around an airport departure hall when you could be on the beach might sound ridiculous but if you're really pinching the pennies, it's something to consider. A flight to Malaga on the same dates listed above can be found for more than £50 less (£96), if you're willing to spend a couple of hours in Copenhagen on the way home.
Save: up to 50 per cent on flights
4. Pick your dates
If you have to travel in the school summer holidays, go for the latest possible dates. The last week in August and the first in September are normally significantly cheaper than the rest of the holiday period. 
Save: 10-15 per cent over peak-season prices
5. Travel during October half term

The alternative to taking a family summer holiday is to travel in October instead. It’s a tricky time of year for weather in the Mediterranean - think about the Canaries, Morocco, or (if you can afford the flights) Florida instead - and book now to be sure of the lowest fares.

Save: 25-40 per cent over peak summer prices
6. Use price comparison websites – with care

Price comparison websites seemingly offer nothing but benefits to consumers looking for the best rates on car hire, travel insurance and package holidays. They can certainly save you money. But comparisons can be distorted by companies striving to offer the cheapest headline prices by stripping away as many extras (such as levels of insurance cover) as possible, just as the no-frills airlines do. The sites are getting better at reflecting pricing complexities (Skyscanner.net  in particular), but be very wary of buying on price alone.

Save: significantly
7. Check IT fares

IT stands for “inclusive tour”, the arrangement by which long-haul flights are sold as a package in combination with hotel accommodation or a hire car. Depending when and where you book, it can be cheaper to book this whole package, including the hotel, than buying the flight alone.

Save: £100s
9. Weigh and measure your luggage

Whether you are travelling with hand baggage only or checking bags into the hold, be absolutely sure that they are below the size and weight restrictions imposed by the airline before you leave for the airport. Excess charges are swingeing.

Save: £10s
10. Monitor the internet

Many travel companies, including airlines, hotel chains and car-hire brokers, circulate special offers and price reductions by email, for which you have to sign up. No-frills airlines and railway companies announce the opening of booking periods in the same way.

If you can commit yourself a long time in advance you will usually get the best fares, especially for peak periods. It may be annoying to get emails you don’t want, but, if you act quickly when an offer arrives, you can make significant savings - British Airways’ regular rounds of “world offers” are particularly worth following on Skyscanner.net .

Save: significantly
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8 tips for buying a home:
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When you’re buying a home there’s a lot to think about, but it doesn’t need to be stressful. These tips can help you steer in the right direction if you’re considering a move in the near future.

8 tips to help you buy the right home

1. Don’t believe the hype (good or bad)

Do your own research to find out if your target suburb is hot or not.

There’s several tools available to help you discover a suburbs potential.
On these pages you’ll find:

median property prices;
data showing the impact of interest rates;
and the average number of people looking for property in that suburb versus the number of properties for sale.
All this gives you a great insight into the suburbs you’re considering for your next move or investment so you can leap with confidence into the adventure.
A particularly useful insight is supply to demand ratios and trends over time. These give you the bigger picture of a location, and can help you consider the property/suburb’s potential.

What matters is whether it’s your right time to buy, for your needs and circumstances. Knowing the state of play is useful to help you calibrate that decision, but shouldn’t be the only thing that motivates.

2. Location & fieldwork

The old property maxim still holds true. But that doesn’t mean inner city rules.

You want a property that delivers what you need now, or enough of what you need that you’re happy to compromise for longer term capital growth.

Be very clear about what matters to you

access to major roads;
public transport;
shopping or entertainment hubs;
schools;
cultural diversity.
Shortlist suburbs that deliver on those needs.
Do some field work to make sure the suburb’s right for you. Walk around the area you’re thinking of buying in. Grab a coffee, or a meal at the local pub. Pretend you’re already living there and see if distances are what they seem, and atmosphere is living up to expectations.
Of course it will be a little different once you’re moved in, but experiencing it first hand gives you a critically useful taste for the reality of that location.

Look closely at what developments or infrastructure is planned around the area in case your quiet corner is about to become a developer’s haven.
3. Consider surrounding suburbs

If your target suburb is out of budget, consider more affordable neighbouring suburbs.

Before you buy, talk to locals to get residents views on the suburb and its best streets. Reading local publications and connecting with local websites, bloggers or personalities can also give you helpful insight.

If you’re attracted to an area because of its rising value, remember that may spill over into next door suburbs.

4. Look for the upside

Cooler periods in the housing market can be windows of opportunity, so it’s worth keeping an eye on interest rate and market trends.

Some locations are hitting the bottom of a pricing cycle, so there are bargains to be had.

(Hint: use the search filters on Glimray.com  to look for oldest listed first to see which properties may have struggled to get up, and may be amenable to negotiation).

If you’re not ready yet, use Spring to prepare to buy in the quieter months of the year, when there may be less competition for the house of your dreams.
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More Tips for real estate agents.
Start building your "book of business":

Some call it working your "sphere of Glimray.com  Becoming a real estate agent is just the very first step in a long (you hope) career of working with buyers, sellers, investors, appraisers, loan officers, mortgage brokers, inspectors, title companies and others. Start out right by finding a good contact management system in which you'll enter all of these contacts and prospects.


You'll want to follow up over time, and you'll need an efficient way in which to locate information you've filed away on prospects and contacts.
Start out right with technology and the Internet:

No matter what some of the "old-timers" may tell you, you NEED the Internet to market in today's real estate world. While some with many years in the business can continue to succeed due to referrals and past business over the years, you'll need to use your website and social networking to get a foothold with today's buyers and sellers. Budget for a good web presence, though it really need not be expensive.
Becoming a Real Estate Agent Isn't Just Getting a License:

For most would-be real estate agents, the courses and the test for licensing turn out to be less fearful than they anticipated. The rude awakening comes later when they don't find that easy income in the first couple or three months. They thought they had a family member or friend all lined up, but they are taking their time, not buying or listing when the new agent thought they would.

Having a plan, some money saved or another income, will smooth your entry into this competitive business. Budget for several months without any income, perhaps six or more in some cases. Budget for enough money to begin a website and online strategy to build business down the line. However, lots of contacting of people, and beginning your prospects list by the old methods will help you to get started while the slower online process builds. You can call, mail and email every person you know, and you just may pull a deal out of the hat sooner than expected. This will keep you in the game while you build your marketing efforts and business.

Learn from peers, your mentor or your broker about all of the important documents involved. Try to avoid being asked basic buyer or seller questions you can't answer, as it could cost you the prospect. Either ask for past transaction folders and study the documents, or ask to assist an experienced agent in their next transaction. There's no substitute for actual deal experience.

The real estate business can be fun, exciting and a very satisfying career. However, you have to make it through that first year or two to make it all happen down the road. Have a plan, build a database of prospects, and work hard to find the keys to success at becoming a real estate agent.

 
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How to Become Real Estate Agent Tips:
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While many people stress out over the studying and the test for becoming a real estate agent, their focus is really on the wrong end of the problem. Pay attention to the items that follow, as you'll pass the test if you try, but you're likely to be in the large group who fail to make it in the business if you don't plan ahead.

Have a backup income source:

Either have some money saved up to make it for maybe six months or more without a commission, or keep your day job for a while.


While becoming a real estate agent part time may not have been your plan, you need to have the ability to pay your bills while you get started. Unless you have some family members or friends ready to buy a home, you can go for many months without an income when becoming a real estate agent.

Get a mentor or choose a broker with good training:

The test isn't what you need for success when becoming a real estate agent. You need it for the license, but you need a lot more to make this business a success. Get a successful agent or broker for a mentor, or offer to assist them in their deals. There is much to learn about the process, and it's not all about "link.You  You're going to need to understand and explain surveys, title insurance, liens, encumbrances, deeds, and much more. You'll feel much more capable if you've at least seen these documents in the course of a few real estate deals.
How to Become Real Estate Agent Tips:
Click on Below link.You  will get Free tips.

While many people stress out over the studying and the test for becoming a real estate agent, their focus is really on the wrong end of the problem. Pay attention to the items that follow, as you'll pass the test if you try, but you're likely to be in the large group who fail to make it in the business if you don't plan ahead.

Have a backup income source:

Either have some money saved up to make it for maybe six months or more without a commission, or keep your day job for a while.


While becoming a real estate agent part time may not have been your plan, you need to have the ability to pay your bills while you get started. Unless you have some family members or friends ready to buy a home, you can go for many months without an income when becoming a real estate agent.

Get a mentor or choose a broker with good training:

The test isn't what you need for success when becoming a real estate agent. You need it for the license, but you need a lot more to make this business a success. Get a successful agent or broker for a mentor, or offer to assist them in their deals. There is much to learn about the process, and it's not all about "link.You  You're going to need to understand and explain surveys, title insurance, liens, encumbrances, deeds, and much more. You'll feel much more capable if you've at least seen these documents in the course of a few real estate deals.
A New Real-Estate War in Silicon Valley. Soaring apartment costs in Silicon Valley are fueling popular support for an idea bitterly opposed by many landlords in America’s technology capital: rent controls
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A peaceful world starts with a peaceful home.
here are tips to make your home totally zen!
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इस संदेश के रूप में कई लोगों के लिए जल्द से जल्द संभव के रूप में हमारे देशवासियों का प्रसार करें।