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The Time I Sold A Blog To Pay Off Mortgage And Didn’t

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In December 2007 things felt gloomy. The economy was rocky and if you looked around closely enough signs of an impending slow-down were there. No one can predict the exact moment when the balloon will burst, but the sense of foreboding was palpable. I sat down at my laptop one night, while trying to help my son fall asleep, and …

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Why a 30 Year Mortgage is Better

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Some financial gurus out there make a valid point about mortgages – 15-year mortgages always pay off in…15 years.  So you may be considering why a 30-year mortgage is better in most cases. It all has to do with risk and protecting your monthly cash flow. 15-Year Mortgage Versus 30-Year Mortgage It is true that in almost all cases a …

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How to Buy a Home With Bad Credit

Buying a home is a stressful process. It can be even more stressful for those individuals and families that have bad credit and may struggle to find a mortgage broker that is willing to work with them – or to find a broker that will not charge extreme rates of interest on the loan. Repairing bad credit can take years …

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