Holiday Energy Savings At Home

party lights‘Tis the season of gathering and giving! During the holidays Americans spend billions each year on gifts, decorations and entertaining. There’s something appealing about being “home for the holidays” and this often leads to higher home energy costs throughout the fall and winter. It all adds up to an expensive time of year! So, here are some tips to reduce energy use and limit the stress on you, your budget, and the environment. Read More “Holiday Energy Savings At Home”

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What You Need to Know About Credit Inquiries and Your Credit Score

review credit reportA credit score is an unavoidable part of financial life. This three-digit number derived from information on your credit report directly impacts your ability to borrow money or access credit. It is one of the indicators used by lenders to assess how likely you are to repay debts in a timely manner. This score also affects how much you’ll pay to borrow money. The more you know about your credit score and what affects it, the easier it will be for you to protect your credit from negative impacts. Read More “What You Need to Know About Credit Inquiries and Your Credit Score”

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Market Insight to Help Buy or Sell a Home

The Zillow Group Consumer Housing Trends Report uncovers some interesting insight into preferences and feelings about homeownership in America, as well as challenges facing those in the housing market. Whether you are planning to buy or sell a home, or assist a client in doing so, this research could help you gain the edge you need to achieve your goals. Here’s a brief snapshot of the findings!

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Disaster Relief Options for Mortgages

disaster recoveryIn the wake of the recent catastrophic hurricanes and wildfires that have ravaged parts of our country, the President declared several Major Disaster Areas. This designation brings with it a commitment of federal aid to assist in recovery. A list of these areas can be found at www.fema.gov/disasters. What does this mean for people who are paying a mortgage on a property or running a business in a Major Disaster area? What about people employed in one of these areas? Depending upon what type of mortgage you have and which government-sponsored enterprise (GSE) owns or guarantees your mortgage, you may be eligible for various types of relief to help ease the financial burdens of disaster recovery. Read More “Disaster Relief Options for Mortgages”

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