Monthly Archives: November 2014

Do You Understand Costs of Refinancing?

Are you considering refinancing your home? With mortgage rates continuing to stay low, it’s tempting to try to cut costs by attempting to get a better rate on this major household expense. If you locked in your mortgage for four or five years just a couple of years ago and you see rates have dropped … Read More

Is Your Business Rapidly Expanding? Why An Operating Loan May Be You Saving Grace

All businesses rely on cash flow to stay afloat, and it’s not uncommon for them to experience a cash flow crunch from time to time. During times of recent expansion, when you need to buy equipment or meet your payroll obligations (or both) but you are awaiting on accounts receivable to come in, an operating … Read More

No Down Payment? No Problem! The Secret To Buying A Home Sans Down Payment

You’ve decided you want to buy a home. The only thing standing between you and going from being a renter to a homeowner is that you lack the 5 percent minimum payment to put down on a house required by the government. Does this mean you need to abandon your dream of owning your own … Read More

Investment Properties: A Checklist

If you have made the decision that you want to buy an investment property, you are putting your money into something solid that will hopefully increase in value over the long term but will also provide you with a monthly income from your tenants. To make sure you find the right property to fit your … Read More