Monthly Archives: November 2014

    • Holiday Tree Safety

      Fresh holiday trees are beautiful, smell great and really add to the spirit of the season.  Following some proven safety tips might help you avoid a disaster and keep the Grinch away. Select a tree with fresh green needles that don’...
      Written by InTouch
    • Verify with Your Lender

      If you have a mortgage with an escrow account to pay your property taxes and insurance, you expect the company servicing your loan to pay this year’s taxes this year so that you can deduct them on your 2014 income tax return.  After all, yo...
      Written by InTouch
    • Consider an Adjustable Rate

      With fixed rate mortgages as low as they are, most purchasers or owners wanting to refinance might not even consider an adjustable rate loan.  The determining factor should be how long the person plans to be in the home and which mortgage will p...
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    • Realize Tax Savings Sooner

      A homeowner’s tax saving benefit is generally realized when they file their federal income tax return after the money has been spent for the interest and property taxes.  Some people look forward to the refund as a means of forced savings bu...
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    • Talking Points with an Agent

      A list of talking points can be very valuable to guide the conversation with an agent that will lead to a decision to have him or her represent you in the sale of your home.  If you haven’t been through the process before or it has bee...
      Written by InTouch