Monthly Archives: October 2013

Some Perspective on Success

In Robert Conklin’s book, Think Yourself to Riches of Life, he offers some new and old insights into the mental side of success.  The following can be great reminders for all of us: Want to know what you’ll be like … Continue reading

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Understanding Debt Management

As a modern consumer, you need credit. When you were growing up, you may have heard your parents or grandparents say, “If you can’t pay for it with cash, then you can’t afford to buy it.” That may have been … Continue reading

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How Does the Government Shutdown Affect Mortgages?

Contributed by our own: James Adair Quick memo about how the 2013 “partial Government shutdown” will affect those trying to get a mortgage right now.  The short answer is: government shutdown = mortgage shutdown.  I have a few clients who … Continue reading

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Retirees Contending with Mortgage Debt

As if right on cue, one of our clients forwarded this article to us after they received our recent Success Story on how we helped a homeowner thinking ahead to retirement, map out a plan to pay off their mortgage 12 … Continue reading

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