Monthly Archives: December 2012

    • Resolutions

      After spending the holidays with family and friends, this is a time of the year to start thinking about changes to make in our lives, both personal and in business.  We wanted to share one of ours with you. Our goal is to become your REALTOR® ...
      Written by InTouch
    • Avoiding Unexpected Expenses

      It's common for sellers to consider offering and buyers might find it an incentive, but a growing number of homeowners are purchasing the home warranties themselves to limit the unexpected expenses of repairs and replacements. A home protection plan is...
      Written by InTouch
    • Let Your Tenants Send Your Kids to College

      Most people have lots of things to save for but not always enough discretionary income after the family essentials have been met. A relatively small investment in a rental home can control a good home that will easily rent, generate positive cash flows...
      Written by InTouch
    • Great Investment

      If you invest in a savings account, you'll make less than 1% and will have to pay income tax on the earnings. On the other hand, contribute something extra to your house payment on a regular basis and you'll essentially, earn at the mortgage interest r...
      Written by InTouch
    • FHA to Cost Borrowers More

      FHA has announced a major change to its loan program which allows borrowers to cancel the mortgage insurance premium (MIP) when their unpaid balance reaches 78% of the original purchase price. While no specific date has been set for the change, sometim...
      Written by InTouch