Kali Hawlk is a writer passionate about using her skills and knowledge to help others make, do, and create more. She shares ideas and stories on business, personal finance, investing, entrepreneurship, and living mindfully and with intention. Kali also uses her experience and expertise producing compelling content to help small business owners to market better and tell their story in a way that helps them gain influence and clients. She’s been featured as a financial expert for Millennials in many online publications including Forbes, Fast Company, US News, and Mashable. You can catch her on KaliHawlk.com, read her latest writing on Medium.com/@KaliHawlk, or connect with her on Twitter @KaliHawlk.
Becoming a landlord can be a savvy financial move for those prepared to take on the responsibility. With two or more properties building equity at the same time, you can expand your real-estate portfolio and build your wealth.
Making updates and upgrades to your home can help increase the value, give you the living space of your dreams and even make it easier to sell when you’re ready. But tackling a home renovation project can be one of the most expensive and stressful undertakings for homeowners.