Everyone knows that a big house is the sign that you are a success in life and if you don’t have one by the time you hit 30, you are a loser!
Property is the best asset class and the ladder to the riches you deserve.
Millennials take note, it has never been easier to buy a property – and if you don’t, then you will remain renter scum forever!
Here are six tips to get you the housing ladder of riches.
Continue reading “6 Top Tips for Millennials to Solve the Property Puzzle”
After a cold, wet, windy and frustrating business trip to London last week, I got to come back home to my loving family. And who doesn’t want to give a stinking, stressed and near psychotic Gentleman a great big hug? Continue reading “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Calm”
Despite it not having been around only a few years ago, “Black Friday” is everywhere I look online and my email has been bombed by countless emails – you can’t help but notice it and if the pundits are correct, we’ll collectively be getting into more debt than ever to buy stuff we don’t need for people we don’t like.
Continue reading “What the hell is “Black Friday” and why you should avoid it?”
So after 4 weeks off on paternity leave and annual leave, I’m back in work!!! WOO HOO! Continue reading “Back to work”
By the time that you read this with any hope, I will have become a father to a happy, healthy baby girl. Continue reading “Fatherhood (Part II)”
If it appears that Gentleman’s Family Finance has been a bit quiet recently, it’s because we are now around a week away from the due date of the latest arrival to the family, hopefully a healthy, happy baby Girl. Continue reading “One week to go!”
This weekend sees the opening of the V&A Design Museum in Dundee. It’s an exciting time for the city and it marks the transformation of the city from a post industrial wasteland to a modern hip city that is on the up! Continue reading “V&A Dundee: Urban Regeneration in action”
Just a very quick update:
So far AirBnB is going well. We’ve had a number of requests and had to decline people who wanted to stay. A family wanted to stay for a week! Which is a bit much. We have a pair of French students staying here and another student coming next week as well. The AirBnB website is not perfect but it’s easy to get your money out and easy to use once you are used to it.
We are not taking the piss with our prices and we are listed at around £30 a night at the moment. I don’t intend to run a hotel, so I think that we can up prices a bit to reduce demand but keep the net profit high. It seems like easy money. 🙂
It’s a funny feeling to have paying guests. My wife and I have both hosted/surfed with couchsurfing but this is a different relationship and more of a commercial relationship.
So far so good.
After a bit of humming and having, we have finally put our front room / spare bedroom on AirBnB to help our finances and to to generally make my 9 month pregnant wife’s life a bit more stressful Continue reading “AirBnB and Me (part 1)”