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14 Things Ridiculously Successful People Do Every Day

2019-11-20T12:00:02-08:00

By Travis Bradberry Having close access to ultra-successful people can yield some pretty incredible information about who they really are, what makes them tick, and, most important, what makes them so successful and productive. "Whenever you see a successful person, you only see the public glories, never the private sacrifices to reach them." -Vaibhav Shah Kevin Kruse recently [...]

14 Things Ridiculously Successful People Do Every Day2019-11-20T12:00:02-08:00

Increase Your Credit Score By Consolidating Your Debt

2019-11-19T06:28:45-08:00

By Carissa Abazia Consolidating your debt  can help increase your credit score. Here’s what you need to know. Increase Your Credit Score A new study from TransUnion explored how debt consolidation loans impact consumer credit performance, overall debt load and credit health. TransUnion says that consolidating credit card debt with a personal loan can help [...]

Increase Your Credit Score By Consolidating Your Debt2019-11-19T06:28:45-08:00

Officials spar with senators over plan for mortgage giants

2019-10-04T08:29:29-08:00

WASHINGTON (AP) — Trump administration officials on Tuesday defended their plan to Congress for ending government control of mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, clashing with Democratic senators on whether the change would raise home borrowing costs and neglect lower-income homeowners. The two finance companies nearly collapsed in the financial crisis 11 years [...]

Officials spar with senators over plan for mortgage giants2019-10-04T08:29:29-08:00

Common Mistakes Savvy First-Time Homebuyers Can Avoid

2019-10-08T08:01:19-08:00

Written By Joe Houghton Buying your first home can be a lot of things: exciting, responsible, an investment in the future. It says, “I am a grown-up.” However, the experience can also be frustrating. It will be scary and complicated and, at times, humbling. Accepting the fact that you will probably experience every emotion you [...]

Common Mistakes Savvy First-Time Homebuyers Can Avoid2019-10-08T08:01:19-08:00

Avoid These Top 7 Real Estate Investing Mistakes

2019-05-26T08:31:43-08:00

By Greg Herlean Real estate investing can be a difficult field to navigate, especially if you don’t know where to get started. Property investment isn’t as simple as buying a house, filling it with tenants and raking in the cash for your retirement fund. After flipping over 450 homes and 2,000 apartment units, I’ve had [...]

Avoid These Top 7 Real Estate Investing Mistakes2019-05-26T08:31:43-08:00

CAR: Rise in California housing affordability remains steady

2019-05-17T06:48:47-08:00

By Candyd Mendoza Housing in California has become more affordable in the first quarter due to low mortgage interest rates, higher income levels, and cooler home prices this spring, the California Association of Realtors said. CAR’s Traditional Housing Affordability Index (HAI) showed that 32% of homebuyers could afford to purchase a median-priced, existing single-family home [...]

CAR: Rise in California housing affordability remains steady2019-05-17T06:48:47-08:00

4 Steps To Pay Off Credit Card Debt

2019-02-12T16:56:08-08:00

Written by Zach Friedman It's no secret that credit card debt is expensive. Don't have a game plan? Here are 4 steps to pay off credit card debt faster. Step 1: Organize your credit cards Quick exercise: if you have multiple credit cards, write down the balance and interest rate on each card. Let's assume [...]

4 Steps To Pay Off Credit Card Debt2019-02-12T16:56:08-08:00

Fannie Mae Releases New Policies For Originations During Government Shutdown

2019-02-04T15:42:00-08:00

Written by Housing Wire Mortgage giant Fannie Mae released guidance Wednesday with new policies on how lenders can originate mortgages during the government shutdown. The government partially shut down after Congress and the president failed to pass a new funding bill before the holidays, and now, 12 days later, that shutdown continues. Before leaving for [...]

Fannie Mae Releases New Policies For Originations During Government Shutdown2019-02-04T15:42:00-08:00

Resilient Resolutions For The New Year

2019-02-04T15:42:29-08:00

Written by Dante Disparte It seems fitting that a year as turbulent as 2018 ends at the edge of chaos. The month of December, a period where business and markets are usually buoyed by retail hangovers from the holiday shopping season, has produced nothing less than economic and political pandemonium in the U.S. and shockwaves [...]

Resilient Resolutions For The New Year2019-02-04T15:42:29-08:00