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Baseball and Financial Independence

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What is the”Real” Cost of Your Mortgage?

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Avoiding the First Financial Blind Spot

Blind spots are all around, preventing us from getting where we want to go. In our quest to transform the lives of every client through financial education and direction, we have identified four blind spots that everyone falls into on … Continue reading

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Mortgages, Money & Life Lesson #14 – Stress and How to Overcome It

Mortgages, Money and Life is 52 lessons on a new way of looking at owning a home, creating wealth, and making smarter decisions with your money. Here is lesson #14: Stress and How to Overcome It

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Check in on your Goals for a Bigger, Better Future

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Avoiding the First Financial Blind Spot

Blind spots are all around, preventing us from getting where we want to go. In our quest to transform the lives of every client through financial education and direction, we have identified four blind spots that everyone falls into on … Continue reading

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The #1 Mistake Home Buyers Make

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What a Year for Real Estate!

According to Zillow.com, the median house price in Portland, Oregon is $406,200. Home values rose 12.9% over the past year! Imagine buying your very first home a year ago for $300,000. While you’ve enjoyed all of the personal rewards that … Continue reading

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Wealth & The House

“Every person who invests in well-selected real estate in a growing section of a prosperous community adopts the surest and safest method of becoming independent, for real estate is the basis of wealth.”  – Theodore Roosevelt Real estate appreciation has … Continue reading

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