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This week you will learn about down payment options and how much cash you really need (or don’t need) to get the loan you want – Week 3 [Read More]

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Whether you’re a meticulous vacation planner or more carefree, you don’t want to be laissez-faire when it comes to leaving your home. [Read More]

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How to Get the Best Mortgage Series  – Week 2

Follow my series to learn how to get the best mortgage for your specific financial situation and goals.  I’ll take you through each and every step to learn: [Read More]

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Follow my series to learn how to get the best mortgage for you and your specific financial situation and goals.

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Staging is more popular than ever when it comes to selling a home. But, you might wonder if it’s really worth the inconvenience and upfront costs for you, especially if it’s more of a seller’s market. [Read More]

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Have you thought about using your home for a short-term rental through Airbnb, HomeAway or through VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner)? [Read More]

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Tax deductions are a real benefit of homeownership.  Everyone talks about them enthusiastically at this time of year! [Read More]

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It’s time to tackle some must-do tasks in your home and yard.  Give your home some loving care and schedule time for some spring cleaning this month. [Read More]

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Busy working on your 2016 taxes? Already done … good for you!

Either way, I thought it was a good time to highlight the tax benefits of homeownership.

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The Fed rate just went up 0.25% and that could mean mortgage interest rates will follow. Even though the Federal fund rate is not linked directly to mortgage interest rates, its movement can impact mortgage rate fluctuations. [Read More]

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