Is Renting Always A Waste Of Money?

July 6, 2016
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{VIDEO}       If you’re ready to put down roots for a long time and buy a house you can truly afford, owning has worked out very well for most people. But renting doesn’t […]

Downsizing could be your best option

November 26, 2012
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The responsibility of paying a mortgage, utilities, student loans, and personal debt is all too familiar. Unfortunately, the missing denominator is a steady income. Individuals are either living on limited unemployment income or withdrawing from a retirement account, which causes penalties. […]

How much house do you need?

October 15, 2012
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During the thriving housing market, consumers invested in more house than they could afford. Subprime loans, small down payments, and flexible regulations allowed many to purchase large homes. […]

You are equally responsible as a cosigner

June 10, 2011
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Most people begin their financial relationships with good intentions. It can turn in the blink of an eye just like a rain storm into a tornado. We all know how much damage a tornado can do. […]

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