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16 Ways to Cut Costs and Build Up Your Savings Account

You might remember your parents teaching you about the need for a rainy day fund, but many of us haven't quite put it into practice just yet. Sure, the unemployment rate is lower than ever, and even wages are showing signs of growth, but unfortunately, consumer debt is once again on the rise. That means that saving often takes a back seat when it comes to financial planning.

October 18th, 2017|Categories: Advice, Budget, Financial|Tags: , |

Some Odd things in Our Mortgage-Real Estate World

According to Zillow, the average bachelor party costs each attendee $1,532, and the average bachelorette party has each attendee spending $1,106. These numbers seem somewhat high and somewhat unrealistic. Do this several times while trying to save the down payment for a house and it makes sense that Millennials are entering the market at a later age.

October 13th, 2017|Categories: Mortgage|Tags: |

Is a Reverse Mortgage Right for You?

While it may seem new to many of us, reverse mortgages have been around for quite some time. The first reverse mortgage was issued in 1961 while in the first stages of development, and the program has undergone many changes since, ultimately developing into a more effective retirement tool.

October 11th, 2017|Categories: Education, Financial|Tags: |

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