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Five Brilliant Financial Tips for Your Twenties

Five Brilliant Financial Tips for Your Twenties

Here are five brilliant financial tips for anyone in their twenties, courtesy of this article in US News and World Reports. But, just like the publication name, the article is a total snoozer, and lacks some much needed panache. Lucky for you, I’ve brained it up; that’s the brilliant part.  Ok, here we go! Financial Tip […]

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How to Buy a Home: Making an Offer

Filed in Home Buying, Mortgages by on June 10, 2015 0 Comments
How to Buy a Home: Making an Offer

Making an Offer is the sixth post in an eight-post series on How to Buy a Home. So you’ve found “the one” and you want to make an offer. Yee haw! But not so fast, Sunny Jim. Before you start throwing around numbers, you’re gonna need a little strategery. The first step when making an […]

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How to Buy a Home: Search for Properties

Filed in Home Buying by on May 6, 2015 0 Comments
How to Buy a Home: Search for Properties

Search for Properties is the 5th of an eight-post series on How to Buy a Home. Unless you’re like, a bazillion years old, the term “search for properties” means you begin online. Back in the day, people had to check the real estate section in the Sunday paper to see properties for sale. Of course, now […]

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How to Buy a Home: Find a Realtor

Filed in Home Buying by on April 15, 2015 0 Comments
How to Buy a Home: Find a Realtor

Find a Realtor® is post number four of an eight post series on How to Buy a Home. Your choice of Realtor to represent you is one of, if not the most important decisions in the home purchase process. Sure, its weird that they put their picture on everything from business cards to bus stops, but finding […]

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Disputing Credit Report Errors Just Got Easier

Filed in Credit by on April 7, 2015 0 Comments
Disputing Credit Report Errors Just Got Easier

Happy news for us regular peeps: disputing credit report errors just got easier, thanks to an agreement between the big three credit reporting agencies and the state of New York. The “big three” agencies are Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. This is mightily good since your credit report (and credit score) is the pot at the […]

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