May 28 2020
Pile of bills
Millions of Americans have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you happen to be one of them, it’s likely you’re concerned about how to pay your rent or mortgage. The good news is: lenders and legislatures are working to provide you with relief. If your bank account has run low, there are options to […]
May 26 2020
Experiencing unexpected damage to your home doesn’t have to be a total nightmare. You might be able to better prepare yourself for—and protect your savings account from—costly repairs, by understanding what homeowners insurance and product warranties don’t cover. The Difference Between Warranties and Insurance First, there is an important distinction to make between warranties and […]
May 21 2020
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Seniors have been affected by COVID-19 in more ways than one. Not only is vulnerability to the virus a concern, but it’s also possible seniors are struggling with the loneliness that can accompany extended social-distancing. Thankfully, technology can bridge the isolation gap until it’s safe for everyone to be together again. If you are a […]
May 19 2020
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More space is always a good thing. That’s why you might consider giving your home a refresh to maximize square footage and increase productivity without sacrificing coziness. Here are a few makeover tips which can be helpful even post-COVID-19 restrictions—they offer ways to create relaxed, functional spaces where you can work, entertain and live comfortably.  […]
May 14 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of many, especially first responders, healthcare workers, and teachers. If you work in any of these jobs, thank you for everything you do to keep our communities safe, healthy, and educated. This blog is intended to share information about a program and some home-buying incentives designed to help […]
May 12 2020
While homeownership might provide more stability—rent increases every year, while mortgage payments stay the same—some still prefer to rent their home. After all, it does appear to be the cheaper option at first glance. If you’re caught at these crossroads, consider this: though it might initially cost more to own a home, there could be […]
May 7 2020
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COVID-19 has caused many homeowners to shy away from trying to sell their homes. With consumer confidence falling, it’s become incredibly important to make a great first impression and connect with potential buyers. If you’re hoping to sell your home sooner rather than later, here are a few ways to make you and your home […]

May 5 2020
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Did you know: it’s becoming more common to purchase the ideal home before planning the perfect wedding? If you’ve found yourself in this scenario, having a place to move into might be comforting for your future partner—but there could also be unforeseen financial complications. When preparing to take the matrimonial leap, consider refinancing your mortgage […]