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The Truth About Reverse Mortgages

The Many Misconceptions About a Reverse Mortgage (HECM) It is amazing how the reverse mortgage has received some misguided information over the years, well I’m here to clear the air about this wonderful product for people 62 years old or older. What is a Reverse Mortgage? The reverse mortgage is a federally insured loan product backed by the Federal Housing Administration accessible to homeowners 62 and older. These reverse mortgage loans allow senior citizens to tap into a portion of their equity to help supplement

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The Hidden Costs of Home Ownership

Costs to Homeownership You Might Not Have Considered So you’re considering buying your first home—that’s great! I’m sure you’ve already put a lot of thought into the big investment of purchasing property. But what you might not have considered when searching the internet for homes for sale is all of the expenses that owning your home includes (things you might not have had to worry about as a renter or couch-surfer).  The full, monthly cost of home ownership is more than just the price of

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First Time Homebuyers – Do’s and Don’ts

First Time Homebuyers – Do’s and Don’ts So, the time has come and you are looking at buying your first home. Congratulations! Being able to buy your first home is one of the most rewarding feelings you will ever get to experience. It is a moment you dream about and have been looking forward to for most of your adult life. But, be weary. Yes, buying a home can be very exciting, but it can also be extremely stressful. A house is a huge purchase

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Traveling to New Orleans

New Orleans LA is one of the most traveled to cities in the country and for good reason.  There is something about the Big Easy that, once you experience, you have to come back to. New Orleans History As one of the oldest cities in the Untied States, New Orleans has a long history of decadence.  As one of the major ports in the the US, the Port of New Orleans has seen its fair share of pirates, explorers, criminals and visitors.  New Orleans has

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