Are You Walking Away from Extra Money?


The Mortgage Credit Certificate Program I don’t know anyone that would say no to extra money so I have another little-known program to share with you that gives just that…extra cash.  It’s called the Mortgage Credit Certificate Program (MCC).  This program is a tremendous opportunity for a first-time homebuyer or anyone looking at buying a […]

Study Shows “Millennials Deserve More Credit”


  When it comes to talking about millennials, there are many stereotypes out there that have influenced the way the public feels about the generation. Whether it’s the assumption that millennials are irresponsible with money and would rather buy avocado toast than save for a down payment, or that millennials jump from job to job, […]

What Really Determines Your Credit Score?


Your credit scores usually determine the price you pay for your money (your mortgages, your auto loans and leases, your credit cards, business loans, etc.). Perhaps the most significant part of your credit report is your credit score. Credit scores range from 350 to 850, with 850 being the best possible credit score that you […]

Tax Reform and Its Impact on Real Estate


The 2018 year has started and with it we have new tax laws!  Now, I’m not a licensed CPA or enrolled agent with the IRS, but I can inform you on how these new laws affect mortgage and real estate.  You should be very strategic on how you handle your largest debt (mortgage) based on […]

What to Expect in the Real Estate Market in 2018


2017 is coming to an end and economic experts have begun weighing in on expected trends in the housing market for 2018. Knowing and preparing for changes can help savvy consumers maximize their current real estate investments and/or prepare for new ones. Here are some of the predictions to be on the look for: Increase in Home […]

Winter is Coming…For Home Sales


Are you ready to save some money The end of the year is all about gift giving and family gatherings, but what about buying a home? In most parts of the country the weather is lousy and between holiday parties, finding gifts for those on your list, and making a new year’s resolution that will […]

The True Cost of a “No Closing Cost” Mortgage Loan


“I want the lowest interest rate and I don’t want to pay closing costs.” This is a common request I hear often from clients and bank marketing departments who don’t shy away from advertising “no cost” to you as the consumer. What most people don’t understand is that is completely contradictory. All interest rates have […]