Monthly Archives: May 2018

F.T.H Tax Credit Not Cut & Dry

One of the questions often asked is about the First-Time Homebuyer tax credit. What is it? Is it still available? And, of course, what can would-be buyers do to get their hands on some targeted assistance? Unfortunately, the answer is not quite as cut and dry as some would hope. To clear up the confusion,…
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When Getting A High Score Is Important

There is no shortage of creative financing options available to investors, but the most popular way to finance a real estate investment is through a traditional mortgage. Between 2000 and 2008, house prices soared. Banks would grant mortgages, then bundle them together into an investment called a mortgage-backed security and sell it off. Since the…
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Does The 4% Rule Hold Up

Personal finance do you like Jim and I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about retirement. How much do you need? How can you ensure that you don’t run out of money in retirement? What’s the fastest way to get there, and does fast also mean safe? Have you had hiccups in the road…
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