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How Earnest Are You?

How Earnest Are You?

“If I tell you it’s going to rain, you can put the buckets on the porch.” If you grew up...

Components of a Credit Score

Components of a Credit Score

Credit scores are used by lenders to measure the credit worthiness of borrowers. While there are several different companies that...

More Money in Your Paycheck

More Money in Your Paycheck

A homeowner’s tax savings benefit is generally realized when they file their federal income tax return after the money has...

Postponing a Purchase

Postponing a Purchase

You might be surprised how many people contact real estate offices because they want to buy a home but they...

Worth the Effort

Worth the Effort

“Anyone may arrange his affairs so that his taxes shall be as low as possible…” While Judge Learned Hand was...

Leverage – A Maximum Advantage

Leverage – A Maximum Advantage

Leverage gives the user a maximum advantage whether it is physically lifting a large object or rapidly building equity in...

Digital Showings

Digital Showings

Ask any real estate professional if they have sold a house without the buyer having physically seen it and they’ll...

Pay Yourself First

Pay Yourself First

The principle to pay yourself first has been referred to as the Golden Rule of Personal Finance. The concept is...

Homeowner Advisory

Homeowner Advisory

Similar to an annual wellness physical, homeowners should consider an annual review of the financial elements of their home. It’s...

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