Monthly Archives: November 2013

    • Thanksgiving is Always in Season

      Most school children would probably say that Thanksgiving dates back to the Pilgrims at Plymouth as early as 1621. By the late 1660’s, it had become traditional to hold a harvest festival in New England. President George Washington declared the ...
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    • Refinance to Remove a Person

      Most people are familiar with the various reasons a homeowner refinances their home which generally result in two major benefits: saving interest and building equity.  There is however another reason to refinance which may not be as common which ...
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    • Who’s Paying Your Mortgage?

      As a homeowner, you obviously pay for your mortgage but as an investor, your tenant does.  Equity build-up is a significant benefit of mortgaged rental property.  As the investor collects rent and pays expenses, the principal amount of the lo...
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    • All Dollars Not Equal

      The division of assets between the spouses is an important decision to finalize a divorce.  The exercise looks relatively simple: assign a value for each of the assets and divide them based on a mutual agreement between the parties. The challenge...
      Written by InTouch