Robert Cohan
6 months ago

A new year gives us a clean slate and an opportunity to improve our lives. One of the best ways to do that is by improving our finances. Here are the financial resolutions that will put you on track to do just that. Get a Clear Picture Before you can make a plan to improve
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Robert Cohan
1 year ago

You’ve found your dream home and are looking forward to closing. A little planning can help you ensure that your loan experience goes as smoothly as possible. Follow these five guidelines to keep your loan process flowing as efficiently as possible. Qualifying for Home Loan: Steps to Follow Get your paperwork in order Before approving
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Robert Cohan
1 year ago

Many people are turning their former residences into rental properties instead of selling and it’s no surprise why: with the housing market still recovering, the demand for rental homes is increasing, and with it the cost of rent.  Could keeping your former home to rent out be a smart financial move for you?  Read on
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Jesse Collins
2 years ago

With the federal tax deadline quickly approaching, 83% of Americans can expect a refund on April 15, with the average refund roughly $2,800. Perhaps you want to squirrel some away into savings or maybe you need to make a few minor improvements around the house. But if you’re feeling bold and your finances are in
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Robert Cohan
2 years ago

Renting an apartment or house has a lot of perks: you’re not responsible for most repairs and you can leave with just a few months’ notice without having to find a buyer for your home. But with the continued rising cost of rent (especially in cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles) combined with incredibly
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