5 Reasons Smart Investors Choose Turnkey Investment Properties

9/20/17 | Diana Eastman Wouldn’t it be great to reap all of the benefits of owning a real estate investment property without having to “sow” the time commitments, money, and labor? If it sounds too good to be true, maybe you haven’t considered turnkey properties. Turnkey properties are one of the easiest ways to get...

Paying Off Student Loans – A Personal Story

7/17/17 | Jen Smith I have this memory vividly ingrained in my mind: My new fiancé was sitting next to me on the couch when he dropped the bomb on me that he wanted to pay off his student loans. I turned to him and sincerely asked, “What? Why?” That was our first conversation about...

The Mortgage Money Pool

3/13/2017 | Casey Fleming Do you wonder where the money comes from that you borrow when you get a mortgage?  Does it matter if you understand the industry and know who is the mortgage money source?  If you like understanding what you are doing when you take on the largest debt you’ve ever had, maybe....

Breaking Up (with your mortgage) Is Hard To Do

3/11/2017 | Kaya Wittenberg Going through a divorce can be an emotional and trying time, and dealing with things like custody (if there are kids involved) and handling who gets what when it comes to property and belongings can make it even messier. Sell The Home And Move On Many people ask what they can...

Two Alternative Investments You Might Want to Consider

February 18, 2017 | Joseph Hogue With stocks at nose-bleed prices and bonds paying next to nothing after inflation, consider these alternative investments for your portfolio Stocks in the S&P 500 have climbed more than 240% since the low of the 2009 stock market crash and seem to be hitting new highs daily. Against those...

Overcome The Debt Trap and Get Out Of Debt Forever

January 5, 2017 / Jon Dulin Are you struggling to get out of credit card debt? Are you scared to open the mail, fearing the credit card statement is in there? Do you close your eyes and take a deep breath before you look at your outstanding balance when you do get the statement? I...