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How to Get Out of a Bad Mortgage

June 04, 2013

The housing crisis of 2007 and what followed gave many Americans a peek into the dark shadows of the housing industry and uncovered some less than desirable practices by some mortgage companies during that time. Sub-prime mortgages, mortgages with a balloon payment at the end and other creative schemes were developed, packaged, and sold to […]

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Solutions for Homeowners Underwater on a Georgia Mortgage

May 16, 2013

The great recession and housing crisis hit Georgia hard over the last several years and a recent data released by Zillow has Georgia featured prominently in a survey of zip codes where mortgage holders owe more than their home is worth. While it is true that the housing market in Atlanta is improving, there are […]

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Strategies for Paying for Your Child’s Education

April 23, 2013

Education costs can sneak up on parents. College often seems so far away while kids are toddlers and Elementary school-age; then almost overnight they’re pre-teens or teenagers and impending and tuition costs become a reality. Suddenly a handful of years doesn’t seem like nearly enough time to save. It is tough—but possible. No matter how […]

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3 Errors to Avoid When Refinancing

April 18, 2013

With mortgage rates maintaining historically low levels and the recent announcement of the extension of the HARP refinance program until 2015, many homeowners who have been on the fence about refinancing, may be taking a second look at their options. Now is a great time to refinance and if you currently have a rate in […]

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Is an Adjustable Rate Mortgage a Smart Idea Right Now?

March 26, 2013

There are arguments on both sides of the fence for adjustable rate mortgages. Some say the practice incentivizes reckless borrowers and they should be abolished, while others praise them as a good choice for market savvy buyers. Adjustable rate mortgages may have gotten a bad wrap during the housing bubble and subsequent crash, but the […]

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4 Things You Should Avoid Doing When Applying for a Mortgage

March 21, 2013

There is nothing worse than getting pre-approved for a home loan, finding the home of your dreams, and then getting declined by your lender during the underwriting process. By following four simple, but very important guidelines during the lending process, you can avoid this heartbreak. Don’t Make Major Career Changes Unless absolutely necessary, it is […]

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How to Budget for Home Renovations

March 13, 2013

Home renovation projects, when done properly, can have a huge positive impact on your home’s value as well as your overall life, but they can also be stressful and overwhelming if not planned properly. Putting a solid strategy in place, identifying how much it will cost , and making sure you have the financing in […]

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