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How long have you been thinking about how to prepare your 2015 tax return? If you’re like millions of other Americans, particularly if you’re a homeowner, you think about your tax bill whenever you’re contemplating making a major financial decision. Unfortunately, the U.S. Congress seems committed...

Today's Millennial generation is ready to enter the home buying stage of their lives. Millennials, people born between 1980 and 2000, are entering the home buying market at a unique point in time. Done properly, you'll be working towards building equity and achieving the dream...

In this day and age of Door Buster Sales, Black Friday Mobs and the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, many people have lost track of the history behind Christmas and those associated with the holiday. One such historic figure has morphed over the years...

Buying a house is probably the biggest purchase of your life. The process can seem long, complicated, and downright overwhelming. Before you go on a trip, you carefully route your trip using a map, a computer program, or perhaps a GPS. They guide you step-by-step...

Changes in the laws governing our business can cause an aggravating hiccup in your workflow. That being said, a short bit of reading can be your metaphorical breathing bag for the new TRID rule that took its first steps into activity on October 3, 2015....

As a large percentage of loan modifications that were made during the housing crisis of 2008 begin to reset, many homeowners find themselves scrambling once again to save their homes. Higher monthly payments are on the horizon for hundreds of thousands of homeowners. But it’s...

A little known tax credit program in California may be just the boost first-time homebuyers need to break into the market. California’s Mortgage Credit Certificate tax credit is a program offered through the California Housing and Finance Agency (CalHFA) that can reduce a first-time homebuyer’s...

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