Author Archives: InTouch

    • Millennials Do Understand It

      A recent survey from Bankrate reported that 36 percent of millennials prefer investing in real estate over all other options, including the stock market, cash investments, and cryptocurrency. According to Business Insider, the generation is also respon...
      Written by InTouch
    • Save Energy in your Home

      Finding ways to conserve energy in your home will save money and help reduce the nation's demand for the resources needed to make that energy, like fossil fuels. You'll also reap the more immediate benefits of enjoying a more comfortable home when it i...
      Written by InTouch
    • Buy Your Retirement Home Now

      Maybe you're not ready to move into it but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't take advantage of the present opportunities to acquire the home you want to live in during retirement. The combination of the low mortgage rates, high rental rates, positiv...
      Written by InTouch
    • Maintain, Minimize, Manage

      Homeownership is a privilege and a responsibility falling into one of three categories: maintenance, minimizing expenses and managing debt and risk.  Even after decades of owning a home, you may still need some help to handle some of these challen...
      Written by InTouch
    • Is a 15-year Mortgage a Good Idea?

      If you consider the current difference in a 15-year loan is approximately ½% lower, then, yes, it may a good idea.  But, if you can't afford the higher payment amortized over half the time of a 30-year, then, no, it may not be a good idea. ...
      Written by InTouch
    • A Good Time to Buy a Home

      You may have noticed that REALTORS® seem to always think now is a good time to buy and they can usually justify it with solid reasoning.  While it can be true in general, a good time to buy has more to do with the individual than anything else...
      Written by InTouch

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