• 5 Mortgage Misconceptions Set Straight

    Looking for a home loan? Get your facts straight so you can proceed with confidence. Getting a mortgage can be a breeze or a slog, depending on what you know about the process. To get organized and set your expectations properly, let’s debunk some common mortgage myths. 1. Lenders use your best credit scores If […]

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  • Keeping Your Elderly Loved One Safe at Home While You Travel

    Help your loved one rest, relax, and recharge — even when you’re the one going on vacation. Caregiving for a loved one is a full-time job. And like any full-time job, you need vacation days to relax and rejuvenate — except caregiving doesn’t come with a team to cover for you while you’re gone. If […]

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  • 5 Reasons to Buy a Home This Fall

    The days may be getting shorter, but the home-shopping benefits are growing. Real estate markets ebb and flow just like the seasons. The spring market starts hopping when the sun comes out, flowers bloom and winter is over. Conversely, fall signals the beginning of a slower market, which could be good for buyers. If you’re […]

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  • 5 Things to Look for in a Rental Listing

    Lackluster listings abound — learn to cut through the clutter and spot the keepers. Whether you’re looking for an apartment, single-family house or townhome — and whether you’re in a city, the suburbs or a small town — be prepared to spend a lot of time online and even more time driving around to tour […]

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  • Risks of Deleting Facebook During a Divorce

    During a divorce, many spouses need every advantage possible to seek the best outcome when either litigating or attempting to acquire more support or custody of children. The risks of deleting a Facebook account could stop or start other complications with the process and any parties involved such as friends or someone a spouse is […]

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  • Mortgage Cramming and Bankruptcy

    A mortgage cramdown occurs through a bankruptcy process that strips the loan into two different sections with the secured loan acquired and the principle that is the same as the value of the property. The other section is the unsecured loan that has a principle for the rest of the mortgage originally taken for the […]

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  • Small Kitchen? Try These 9 Tips for Making the Most of Your Limited Space

    Transform your standard-issue rental kitchen with these tips. Is there some kind of law that requires rental apartments to supply no more than a single square of kitchen counter space to each unit? Between the white walls, scarce and often outdated cabinets, and a lack of amenities, it’s rare to find a solid kitchen in […]

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  • Walk Through Rights During a Home Purchase

    Walking through a property when the person may purchase the house may provide various rights to the individual touring the building with a real estate agent or another involved party. Knowing what rights exist could provide the person with the knowledge of when to pursue a legal case for injury or understand how to sue […]

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  • Exit Strategy Planning for Your Business

    An appropriate exit strategy to the business owned by a private person is crucial when he or she is ready to retire or to pass on the company to family or a partner. Understanding what is necessary and how to exit the market are both essential in formulating the plan and working towards that goal […]

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  • Breaking a Lease – Can Landlord Keep the Security Deposit

    The landlord generally has the ability to retain the security deposit for a number of reasons that may include the breaking of a lease and when the person vacates the property before the lease completes. These rules and guidelines usually depend on the state and the circumstances of the unit or house when the tenant […]

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