How the Fed Could Revive the Market for ARMs

by Admin 4. December 2015
ARMs may soon be ready for a revival, albeit with tighter regulatory restrictions and a re-calibration of longstanding assumptions about who the product is best suited to serve. [More]

A Crash Course in Employee Benefits

by Jhonell Campbell 20. August 2015
As graduation season comes to a close there are many young adults such as myself, getting ready to enter the work force. As a recent graduate it can be difficult to decipher the various types of benefits offered by employers and whether or not you are getting a fair offer. The following is a list of some of the benefits traditionally offered by employers to help give you a head start on understanding your benefits package: Pension Plans You may choose to contribute a portion of your income (usua... [More]

4 Things I Wish I Knew before Buying My First Home

by Sara Seeger 2. April 2015
Purchasing a home is a big deal. Many times, a house is the most costly and valuable asset an individual can own. Many people understand that taking out a home mortgage means taking on a huge amount of debt, but what happens after you sign the papers? As someone who purchased a house two years ago, I wish I would have thought about these four things before I took the plunge. Work, Work, Work Owning a home is a lot of work. If something breaks, you don’t have a landlord, maintenance team, o... [More]


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