• San Francisco's housing market is so out of control that this 385-square-foot studio home is selling for $500,000

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Tucked into the bottom corner of a 110-year-old Victorian house in San Francisco is a 385-square foot apartment that has one bathroom and no bedroom. It's selling for almost $500,000.
    It's nestled in San Francisco's tony Presidio Heights neighborhood, where the median home price is almost $5 million according to Redfin. So consider this half-a-million-dollar chateau a steal.
    The home is being marketed as the perfect pied-à-terre, a French phrase to describe an abode that's for occasional use. And given its tight footprint, unless you've got a thing for very small spaces, the home seems...
    Read more ...

     

  • The Packers cut the 32-year-old receiver who was Aaron Rodgers' favorite target 2 months ago, and Rodgers still doesn't seem to be over it

    The Packers cut the 32-year-old receiver who was Aaron Rodgers' favorite target 2 months ago, and Rodgers still doesn't seem to be over it

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The Green Bay Packers' decision to cut wide receiver Jordy Nelson was one of the more surprising moves of the NFL offseason.
    Aaron Rodgers expressed his surprise and disappointment with the move and was reportedly generally upset with the Packers for not consulting him on several team decisions.
    In the months since, Rodgers has brought up Nelson's release several times, a hint that it still bothers him.
    The Green Bay Packers made one of the more surprising moves of the NFL offseason when they released veteran wide receiver Jordy Nelson.
    Nelson had spent ten years with the Packers, posting...
    Read more ...

     

  • A 35-year-old woman and her husband saved $169,000 in 2 years - here's how they did it

    A 35-year-old woman and her husband saved $169,000 in 2 years - here's how they did it

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Jamila Souffrant and her husband have saved $169,000 in two years.
    Most of that went into their retirement accounts, but they also invested in index funds and put extra money toward their mortgage and children's future educations.
    Souffrant wants to be financially independent and able to retire in the next five years.
    To save this much money, they brought in extra income through side hustles , prioritized saving, and stuck to a budget .
    A few years ago, a pregnant Jamila Souffrant was in the middle of a four-hour commute from Brooklyn to New Jersey when she asked herself an important...
    Read more ...