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Category Archives: Finance

06 May

Considering Buying or Refinancing a Home? Read This….

According to a survey conducted by J.D. Power, 27% of new homeowners ultimately came to regret their choice of lender. Twenty seven percent. The major reason for the dissatisfaction was overall poor customer experience. That's pretty vague so let's dive further. A lack of communication or unmet expectations (again back to communication) topped the "poor customer experience" sub list. Other regrets listed included pressure from the lender to choose a particular product/loan and not closing on time. Communication is a two way street. As a homeowner or potential homebuyer, you can remove some of the tension and turmoil of home...

21 Jun

Buying a Home and Have Questions?

Wonderful! Congrats on the decision. We have pulled together some helpful tips to get you started. These go pretty much in order, as most in the real estate industry will tell you it is important to stick with this road map to save yourself and others much anxiety. How Much House Can You Afford?Buying a new house is a big investment. You want to be sure that you have all the right finances before proceeding. Spend the time to do a serious audit of your finances and determine a budget. Use an Affordability Calculator to estimate how much you can...

13 Jan

The Fiscal Cliff

Following numerous requests from our clients, we thought we would put some effort on summarizing the tax related measures which resulted from the eleventh hour Fiscal Cliff agreement. These new laws are detailed in Senate Amendment to H.R. 8 and are collectively called The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. For those unfamiliar with the Fiscal Cliff, hopefully this may provide valuable background information. We now await the political brinkmanship associated with the negotiations to raise the U.S. Debt Ceiling. Two New Taxes for 2013 Two new taxes go into effect starting January 1, 2013: 1. A 3.8% Net Investment...