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Tiny-home movement booms, and Boulder leads the way
He didn't want a fat mortgage to pay off for the next 30 years, and neither did his girlfriend, Merete Mueller. They captured their unconventional adventure on film and turned it into a documentary that has taken them around the country on a

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Best Places to Party On Spring Break It's the first choice for married businessmen when it comes to bringing prostitutes back to the penthouse suite they took out a second mortgage to afford. Next door is The Comsopolitan. It's not as lavish, but it leases several floors and a patio to

Out Of The Homeschooling Closet
“Together we are co-conspirators in a counterculture adventure,” she writes. Yep, that's how we feel about . Lower housing costs translate into lower taxes; lower insurance rates, and better monthly cash flow from a lower mortgage. Finally, stay-at

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Alabama Mortgage Star

Alabama mortgage star Stewart Holt with Adventure Mortgage in Birmingham closes another loan denied by 3 previous lenders. Loan was approved and ...

Your Happy New Year is up to you!

It is so tempting to launch into the New Year with enthusiastic “resolutions” that often come to … well, not much!   Right on the heels of “…making a list and checking it twice, gonna find out who’s been naughty or nice…” come promises, promises, promises!

How about considering something new?  How about trying the softer, more manageable, more attainable path of planning, considering and intending!    Resolve is part of any sensible plan, of course, but it can sometimes feel like setting hardline goals implying daunting effort!

From my perspective as a professional home mortgage loan officer, I see two very important New Year perspectives for new homeowners and wannabe homeowners!  Either scenario invites many planning and “intentions” opportunities.

In one case, you may be a person who has been thinking about — and seriously considering – starting the process toward buying a home of your own…but.   And, maybe, this New Year is the year to convert all that dreaming and speculation into action!  Isn’t it time to make some follow-through commitments?

A Home For The Holidays!

It takes on a whole new meaning when “home for the holidays” means you at home in your own new home for whatever holidays you celebrate as the season sets in!  It could be your very first home, or it could be your “move up” home to accommodate a growing traditional family, a creative “expanded” family or any one of many contemporary family structures that grace a home together.

It has been an exciting year, and when you look back over what you were able to accomplish, you have a lot of reasons to be excited and even a bit self-satisfied!  You started with the decision to work hard and to realize your dream of a new home – maybe your very first own home.

Your home is a gift that you give to yourself – and it’s a gift that will keep on giving!

If you are a first time homebuyer, you are at the beginning of an almost magical path.   It starts with ownership itself, and travels forward, making its own unique way, developing its own patterns, customs and traditions.  Almost every adult fortunate enough to have grown up in their parents’ home can remember and could make a long list of what constituted “home” – what distinguished it from other places and how it had its own personality!

I need an adventure. Stuck in a rut and about to be permanently stuck. Need a holiday, suggestions?

I just found out I'm pregnant, I already have a two year old, and my hubby and I are saving for a house. Then we'll have a mortgage, two kids under three and we can kiss the chance to travel goodbye! So I have six months before I cant travel anymore.

Am in the very same boat as you funnily enough! Try this site, its really handy ations. They have loads of practical advice.