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What to Consider Before Buying Your First Home

Rents are crazy high. I regularly meet with people who tell me they want to buy a house because that rent money is just going into someone else’s pocket. On the surface this seems like sound reasoning, but there are

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How To Avoid Loan Modification Scams

There are many types of scams out there. And unfortunately, scam artists tend to target people that are already having financial troubles. Here’s a flashback Friday post to remind you to be cautious about where you get mortgage help. Homeowners face

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Posted in Foreclosure, Housing, Scams

Overcoming Barriers to Homeownership

Homeownership is a dream for so many Americans, but a lot of people, especially younger adults, face barriers to purchasing a home. Besides increased house prices in some locations, other major barriers include: Not enough money saved for down payment

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2014: Declaring the Debt End Game

Making Goals is easy… New years are a time for new goals. Goals are important after all. Most people who seriously adopt philosophies to repeatedly overachieve their incomes have and regularly revise them. Thankfully, we are by nature optimistic people

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Posted in Budgeting, Credit, Debt

Refinancing Your Mortgage: 6 steps to determine if it’s worth it

Interest rates on mortgage programs have continued to drop leaving countless consumers who may have taken advantage of recent refinances asking themselves if perhaps another refinance is in their best interest. Since modern refinance programs, even those federal programs such

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