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Two Common Mistakes Made with Divorce and Mortgages
By BigRedJelly|2022-12-19T10:18:04-08:00December 19th, 2022|
One of the biggest decisions divorcing homeowners face is what to do with the marital home and real property. Trying to agree on how to handle the mortgage and the home can be a challenge without proper direction from a Certified [...]
Putting Money Down on a Mortgage – What is the Best Wealth-Building Activity?
By BigRedJelly|2023-02-08T09:40:57-08:00January 6th, 2021|
Should You Do a Bi-Weekly Payment Instead of a Monthly? Hi everyone and happy new year! Marie here - in todays video we are discussing the commonly asked question: Should I make a Bi-Weekly payment or Monthly [...]
Reverse Mortgage Daily: Fairway, MoneyTrax Team for Software Illustrating Reverse Mortgages to Financial Planners
By BigRedJelly|2021-01-11T10:36:42-08:00November 30th, 2020|
Repost from the Reverse Mortgage Daily Blog: Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation and financial software developer MoneyTrax have teamed up for a new initiative designed to allow for easier communication between reverse mortgage loan originators, financial advisors and clients to [...]
When is a Good Time to Invest in Rental Properties?
By BigRedJelly|2020-10-28T09:20:28-07:00October 28th, 2020|
Maybe you’ve also wondered this. When making investment decisions you want to be sure that you’re doing so in a way that will lead to long-term positive outcomes. This was my answer when I was recently asked when is [...]
By BigRedJelly|2023-09-08T06:54:04-07:00July 29th, 2020|
Owning your own home is part of the American Dream, but is there a best time to buy your first house? For those who are seriously thinking about homeownership, there is a distinction between wanting a house and being [...]
Mortgage Terminology: 7 Phrases Every Home Buyer Should Know
By BigRedJelly|2020-06-26T12:12:03-07:00June 26th, 2020|
Buying a home is a major step for most people. But listening to lenders use mortgage terminology can quickly make you feel like they are speaking a foreign language. Here's a quick overview of some of the most common terms [...]
Is the “Offer” in the Mail I received Legit and Can I Opt Out?
By mbj@rnson1|2020-05-12T14:27:45-07:00April 13th, 2020|
Once you've applied for any type of financing - it is not "if" but "when " you will receive an offer of credit (to borrow money or to buy something) - This will typically come from other mortgage companies, [...]
Our New Free Report Tells You What To Expect When You’re Expecting… To Buy A Home!
By mbj@rnson1|2020-04-05T15:44:27-07:00April 5th, 2020|
Whether it's your first time or your fifth, everybody knows buying a home is a big project. Our Free Consumer Report gives you a clear view of all the steps involved - in plain language, no jargon (...) View [...]