Top 3 Danger Signs Of A Real Estate Bubble


Hindsight truly is 20/20. While the financial crash of 2008 hit many people like a ton of bricks, if you look back at the events that led to the financial debacle, you can clearly see that it wasn’t that unsurprising. The only surprising thing about the crash, if anything, is the fact that it didn’t happen sooner. It seemed like the whole system was held together by paper clips and rubber bands. Seriously. Bad regulations. Bad government incentives. Greed. All combined to a nasty financial explosion that crippled markets all over the globe.

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3 Little Known Things That Can Sink Your Credit

September 7, 2016 Credit Scores Comments off

Today, a high credit score opens up financial doors – a tribute to person’s ability to control their spending and manage their savings. The message is loud and clear – good credit is a fundamental part of having all the buying power you could ever want. However, there are a few weird ways you can damage your credit score and you’ve probably never given them a second thought. Here’s your chance to wake up and make sure your credit score is in the best possible place. Here are 3 little known ways to make your credit score plummet.

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5 Ways To Know If You’re Ready To Buy A House

August 12, 2016 Buying A House 3 comments


With mortgage rates at an all time low and the stock of available homes at an all time high, it seems smart to get into the real estate game. First time buyers are getting great deals in previously unattainable neighborhoods, making the American dream of owning your own home more appealing than ever to some people. It also is a great deduction at tax preparation time.

So how do you know if it’s time to jump into the world of real estate? Read on to discover 5 ways to know if you’re ready to buy a house.

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4 Factors To Consider When Buying A House

June 18, 2016 Buying A House Comments off


When heading out to buy your first home, there’s a lot to think about. There are always little details that become a surprise to a first-time homeowner. Sometimes it helps to have insight from more experienced buyers. Sometimes it helps to hear from experienced buyers as to what lessons they’ve learned about buying a house a different way. When first starting out, it’s hard to know if what you’re basing your decision on is right or not.

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Cheap Home Improvement Tips

May 18, 2016 Selling A House Comments off

If you want your house to sell for a good amount you can spend big bucks to raise the value of your home. But if you’re on a tight budget or need to sell your house fast you can still do some cheaper home improvements. This post will show you some easy low cost suggestions that have a great return on their investment. Here’s our list of simple home improvements you can do make sure your home is ready for an open house.

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5 Tricks To Quickly Raise Your Score

May 14, 2016 Credit Scores Comments off


If you’re going to buy a house in the near future you’re going to want to have the highest possible credit score. The better your score is the lower interest rate you’ll get on your mortgage. Just a half a percentage difference could mean tens of thousands of dollars in savings throughout the course of your 30 year loan.

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