Real Estate Tips:
Keep in mind that there are investment opportunities past just traditional stocks and bonds. Commodities are an asset class with both risks and rewards but can provide hedges against inflation. Also look at real estate income trusts to invest into the real estate market without being tied to individual pieces of property. Investing in real estate is one way to earn a return on your money as long as you choose your property wisely and purchase at a fair price. You can purchase a home and sell it when it increases in value. You can also purchase rental properties that provide you with an income, although you must deal with the headaches of being a landlord. Investing in real estate investment trusts (REITs) is another way to invest in real estate without having to actually own a physical property.
3 Popular Attractions In Washington D.C.
- National Museum of American History
- U.S. National Arboretum
Washington D.C. Facts
- There are elevators in the Capitol Building that are off limits.
- The city is named after Christopher Columbus.
- The three figures on front of the Tomb of the Unknown Solider represent Peace, Victory and Valor.
- Founded after the American Revolution as the seat of government of the newly independent country, Washington was named after George Washington, first President of the United States and Founding Father.
|District of Columbia|
D.C., The District
(English: Justice for All)
“Our Nation's Capital” (march)
|Home Rule Act||1973|
|Named for||George Washington, Christopher Columbus|
|•U.S. House||Eleanor Holmes Norton(D),
|•Federal capital city and federal district||68.34sqmi (177.0km2)|
|•Federal capital city and federal district||689,545|
|•Rank||20th in the United States|
|Time zone||UTC−5 (EST)|
|•Summer (DST)||UTC−4 (EDT)|
20001–20098, 20201–20599, 56901–56999
|Area code(s)||202, 771 (overlay)|
10 Top Tourist Attractions in Washington D.C. Georgetown Neighborhood, Jefferson Memorial, Library of Congress, Lincoln Memorial, National Air and Space Museum, National Mall, United States Capitol, Washington Monument, Washington National Cathedral, White House