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Make Your Home Work Harder For You In Retirement

Thank you to writer Rivan Stinson of Kiplinger Personal Finance for checking in with Mari to talk about how your home can work harder for you in retirement! In most communities, the real estate market has been on fire. You’ve probably been watching your home equity climb to new highs. So how can you tap […]

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Remodeling? Here’s How To Pay For It

Planning to remodel your kitchen or bathroom? Or maybe you’re upgrading your windows, adding a whole-house generator, or making other updates to your home? With people spending more time than ever at home due to COVID, Americans are undertaking plenty of home improvement projects, and our clients are no exception. The frequently seek our input […]

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Refinancing Done Right: When A Mortgage Re-Do Generates Big Savings

Rates are lower than ever, so we’ve been helping several clients explore mortgage refinancing options. When a refinancing is done right, it can save you thousands of dollars. But not every potential refi makes the cut. Sometimes the expenses just don’t justify the potential savings. But the refi that closed last week for our clients […]

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Higher Mortgage Limits In 2020 Make Buying/Refinancing Easier

Are you buying or refinancing a home? Recent changes in mortgage loans may make it easier and cheaper to borrow. For 2020, conforming mortgage loan limits are rising to $510,400 in most areas and $765,600 in high cost areas like Washington D.C. (The max amount first started at $417,000 after the real estate meltdown and […]

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Refinancings Are Booming: Should You Trade-In Your Mortgage For A Newer One?

Interest rates are at rock bottom, pushing mortgage refinancings to a new post-crisis high. Lenders extended over $2.4 trillion in home loans last year, the most since 2006, reports The Wall Street Journal. That’s a positive sign for the economy. People who save money on their mortgage payment are likely to go out and spend that […]

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