Well, itâs a new year and it certainly didnât begin quietly. Might as well address the elephant in the room when it comes to your mortgage. This isnât the first time Iâve discussed the possibility of war and its impact on mortgage rates, with the last discussion centered on the Syrian conflict back in 2013. [&hellip
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Title insurance protects home buyers and lenders from many issues. Here’s more on what is title insurance is, how much it costs, and how to lower the costs.
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If you’re torn between buying or building a home, understanding what each option entails will help you make a more informed decision. Here are the pros and cons of each journey.
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Companies have several different types of earnings, each of which provide different information about their revenues and insight into their financial health. On a companyâs balance sheetâwhich is a key piece of information in evaluating a companyâs stock valueâit will report details about its expenses and earnings, including retained earnings and net income. Net income […]
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It all depends on your financial goals and how you plan to manage your money.
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Homeownership is one of the most time-tested ways to build wealth in the U.S. It can help you build wealth thanks to home appreciation â but this isnât always guaranteed (just ask anyone who bought a home right before 2008). Another way to build wealth through homeownership is by upgrading your home, thereby increasing its value. […]
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Some of us know it as I.R.A while others pronounce it âeye-ruh.â No matter if youâre team âI-R-Aâ or team âeye-ruhâ, you should definitely know what it means!Â These letters stand for Individual Retirement Account.Â Donât roll your eyes!…
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In a recession itâs common for many people to rely on credit cards and loans to balance their finances. Itâs the ultimate catch-22 since, during a recession, these financial products can be even harder to qualify for. This holds true, according to historical data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. It found that […]
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Since the onset of COVID-19, remote work has become the norm for many Americans, allowing them to continue to meet some of their expenses while saving where possible. In the late spring of 2020, about half of American workers were … Continue reading →
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