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How Rising Rates Will Affect You

Interest Rates are Going Up The March jobs report marks one year since the first pandemic job losses, and even with the improving job numbers the number of employed Americans is not expected to return...

Pros and Cons of Rising Interest Rates

Pros of Rising Interest Rates To help battle high inflation in 1981, the Fed raised interest rates to an astronomical 19%. The move was ultimately successful. However, in the interim, those with savin...

What is the Federal Reserve?

Why Does the Federal Reserve Raise Interest Rates? According to Investopedia, “the interest rate is the amount a lender charges for the use of assets expressed as a percentage of the principal. The in...

How COVID-19 Has Shifted the US Economy

As stay-at-home orders were put into place; the U.S. quickly shifted into a work-from-home economy and the use of video conference calls for remote work boomed.  Stanford economist Nicholas Bloom rece...

Renovation Loans: Find a Great Home Value or Fix Your Current Home

There's more than one type of home loan available. Each product is uniquely suited to different circumstances and can help out in ways you may not expect. A renovation loan is one of these specialized...

8 Easy Ways to Add Value to Your Home

1. Paint a Room With just one fresh coat of paint, a dull room can be transformed to a bold one. Don’t want to make that big of a splash? Create an accent wall or add color to the trim for a trendy up...

8 things you need to know about homeowners insurance

If buying homeowners insurance is on your radar, read on to learn about policies, premiums, claims, and more. 1. There are various insurance policies and coverages. Depending on the insurer and where ...

What You Need to Know About Homeownership and Student Debt

If you’re one of the many Americans who has student loan debt (approximately 45 million borrowers in the US), but want to purchase a home, you can do it! Check out our article, How to Buy a Home When ...

The Single Female Home Buyer

Single Women Bought More Homes Than Single Men Last Year At the start of 2020, single women owned more homes than single men, and that statistic only grew as the year continued. In 2020, 19% of first-...

Building a House in 2021: Where to Build & Why

Determining How Much House You Can Afford “How much house can I afford?” One of the most common questions home buyers have as they pursue their journeys to homeownership. Although the answer to this q...