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For Seniors: Giving Up the Checkbook, Part Two

For seniors, arranging to entrust financial affairs to someone else is an important part of preparing for old age. Once you have chosen a surrogate and dealt with some of the details laid out in last week’s column, one question remains. How will the transition occur? Here are some suggestions, Read More

Joining the 800+ Credit Club

Lenders use credit scores to determine a borrower’s ability to repay debts like mortgages and vehicle loans. Credit scores impact lending terms, mortgage rates, and financing eligibility. Typically, scores above 700 are considered good. TransUnion reports only about 20% of Americans have a score above 780 and even fewer rank Read More

3 Mortgage Myths that are Wrong

As the spring and summer buying seasons quickly approach, prospective homebuyers have to remain careful about falling for mortgage myths. Let’s dispel the following three mortgage myths: No. 1: Buyers must have a high credit score Having a high credit score won’t hurt, but subpar scores won’t bar buyers from Read More

10 Ways Sellers Can Prepare for a Home Inspection

Getting your home under contract can bring a huge sigh of relief, but one of the most important steps that soon follows is the home inspection. Most sellers worry about what might be found on the inspection, nervous that a buyer will walk away or that they will be faced Read More