Why 2013 May Be A Very Good Year

If the fiscal cliff is averted, stocks may have all kinds of reasons to rise.
What if the future is more bullish than the bears assume? With 2013 approaching, stock market volatility seems to have increased. Equities rise on optimistic remarks about a fiscal cliff solution, then fall when another voice expresses pessimism, and vice versa.

In […]

By |December 26th, 2012|Financial Article, Financial Planning|

Financial Questions For The Retiring Homeowner

Five questions to contemplate before the transition.

Do you see yourself retiring in the near future? In planning for that transition, you might want to consider the state of your mortgage, the state of your property taxes, and the state of your living quarters.

Could you pay off your mortgage in the next […]

By |August 17th, 2012|Financial Article, Financial Planning|

A Prime Time to Refinance

15-year mortgages haven’t been this cheap since the Fifties.

On August 18, rates on 15-year FRMs were averaging 3.36%. Freddie Mac reported the lowest interest rates in at least 50 years in its August 18 Primary Mortgage Market Survey. In fact, it noted record lows across the board. Rates on conventional 30-year home loans were […]

By |September 6th, 2011|Financial Planning|
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