Can Rate Changes Affect Your Current Mortgage?
Mortgage rates are changing all the time, and despite being lower than they were 20 years ago, the current trend shows that rates are going up. If you're already a homeowner, you may pay little attention to mortgage rate news - especially if you think your mortgage is unaffected by changes...
Is Paying Off Your Mortgage Early Worth It?
Paying off debt as soon as possible is always is a good thing --but does that rule also apply to mortgage debt? Is making an extra payment each month to pay off the mortgage early worth it?
In this week's post, we'll explore the pros and cons of paying off the mortgage early.
Not a homeowner...
Excited About Buying A Home This Year? Here’s What to Watch
As we kick off the new year, many families have made resolutions to enter the housing market in 2019. Whether you are thinking of finally ditching your landlord and buying your first home or selling your starter house to move into your forever home, there are two pieces of the real estate...
3 Credit Card Mistakes You Need to Stop Making ASAP
It’s the season of shopping and many consumers turn to credit cards during this time.
Truth: Credit cards can be effective credit-building tools. When used properly, your credit card accounts can help to populate your credit reports with positive account information, which is...
Winter is Coming… Are You Prepared?
Winter weather can range widely in the United States. From the deep snow of the Mid-West to the ice storms of New England and the persistent tule fog of central California, every region has its unique way of telling you: "Winter is coming." But bottom line, with a bit of preparation, you can...
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