You have probably heard about credit flexibility or skipping bills like mortgage or rent payments, car payments, and credit cards during this crazy time. Those options are out there; however there is a process you need to follow to avoid or minimize the damage to your credit rating.
Active adult communities are becoming increasingly popular. If you are 55 years old or older you may have heard the term active adult communities or age qualified communities, but what are they? Why are they so popular? How do I select the right community for me? What is an Active Adult Community? There are […]
We’re in the midst of the longest economic expansion in U.S. history, and economists think there’s still room to grow. A recent survey by the National Association for Business Economics found that experts believe the U.S. economy will remain positive throughout 2020.1 Still, given that recessions are a natural (and necessary) part of a business […]
Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a seasoned homeowner, shopping for a new home can feel daunting. In fact, 56% of buyers said that “finding the right property” was the most difficult step in the home buying process.1 Buying a home is a significant commitment of both time and money. And a home purchase has […]
The U.S. unemployment rate is at a 50-year low, and consumer confidence remains high. In fact, the University of Michigan’s latest Surveys of Consumers found that Americans have their most positive personal finance outlook since 2003.1 However, if you follow national news, you’ve probably heard speculation that we could be headed toward a recession. Global […]
In our “bigger is better” culture, there’s an expectation that each home should be larger and grander than the last. But life changes like divorce, kids leaving for college, or even the simple act of growing older can prompt us to find a smaller home that better suits our shifting needs and lifestyle. In fact, […]