Earlier this month, the House GOP detailed their new tax plan that could potentially reduce our federal revenues by $1.5 trillion. If the bill goes into effect, it will make widespread changes to the tax code, effectively rewriting it.
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Winter is coming, prepare your home with six essential tasks to make sure your home is nice and insulated for the winter.
Don’t wait for winter to strike, act now and don’t put it off, you could be saving money by simply making a few quick upgrades.
Halloween can be a spooky time but it's also a time to celebrate and enjoy delicious treats! Follow these tips from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) to have a S.A.F.E. H.A.L.L.O.W.E.E.N.
Interest rates can be terrifying! You never know when they are going to rise or dip. Since it’s hard to predict which way rates will go, we recommended locking your interest rate as soon as you find a payment you are comfortable with.
As we’ve briefly mentioned the Equifax data breach in a previous blog post, now about a month has passed and the dust has settled, we wanted to go into more detail about how the breach could affect you while purchasing a home. Considering, about 1/3 of the entire country’s population had their information leaked, it’s advised to stay alert and safeguard yourself if you think your information was impacted.
You’ve been in your home a few years now and it makes sense to refinance. However, you still need to have an appraisal and inspection done on your property before you can refinance.
The process for an appraisal on a refinance is similar to an appraisal on a purchase.
The process must be completed by a licensed appraiser. The appraiser will review similar comparable homes within the area to better gauge the value of your property.