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Does Greenspan Favor Adjustable Rate Mortgages?
March 8, 2004 "I wonder what you thought of Fed Chairman Greenspan?s statements that mortgage borrowers could save a lot of money if they opted for adjustable rate mortgages (ARMs) rather than fixed-rate mortgages (FRMs)?" While the Chairman?s remarks were ... more...

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It's Better
Question: How does it get better when it gets worse?Last week we had a jobs report from Washington that there were fewer jobs created than they had anticipated, but the stock market took that as good news and the DOW had a strong rally. WOW! The bad news somehow turned into good news because the ... more...

Purchase Your Future Now While It Is Still Inexpensive
Leaving school, getting a new job, or even a raise at your current one, has most people considering their next great purchase. Few think about the affect this could have on their future. Rather than pay down the debt they carry, many ponder, What can I buy now? The greatest purchase ... more...

ARM Adjustable Rate Mortgages
Traditionally, homebuyers could look to two forms of mortgages fixed rate and adjustable mortgages. While there are now many more options, this article takes a look at the adjustable rate mortgage.What is an ARM Loan?An adjustable rate mortgage [ARM] is a basic mortgage with one important ... more...

"How Much Interest is Your Home Equity Earning?"
How much interest are you earning on your home equity? If you answered nothing, zero, zilch, zip you are correct. What would you do if you could get triple compounding on your equity? Would you take action and build a fortune that would allow you to pay off the mortgage and create a retirement ... more...

Fed Hikes Interest Rates Again
On November 1, 2005, the Federal Reserve Bank [Fed] raised interest rates one quarter of a percentage point. Since Summer 2004, outgoing Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan has been raising interest rates on a regular basis since hitting its low point of just 1%. Now at 4%, Greenspan is expected to raise ... more...

The Truth About Real Estate Investing - Is It Right For You?
You have probably been hearing, seeing and reading that real estate investing is the best thing since sliced bread. There are many late night cable television infomercials spewing out sales pitches for courses that teach you how to buy residential real estate no money down or for next to nothing. ... more...

Prices: Where Are They Headed?
Money is the source of all evils - so goes the popular saying. Money is also what makes real estate spin around. So the critical question of the year becomes: where are real estate prices headed? Short of using a crystal ball, there are indeed a few considerations that can be made to have a general ... more...

Still Using Federal Reserve Notes?(How to Beat Inflation)
"My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." Hosea 4:6 This short article will address the topic of inflation, its causes, the effects thereof, and how to safeguard against it. Do not fall victim to inflation, i.e., the government manipulation of your money. Let me explain. I. What Causes ... more...

Mortgage Refinance Quote Offers Flexibility to Homeowners
Over the past several years, the housing market in the U.S. has boomed. Homeowners have watched their home equity balloon as housing prices have soared. In many areas in the U.S., modest homes purchased as recently as seven years ago have doubled or tripled in value. During that same period, ... more...

Time Out
The Patriots earned their money when settling the Super Bowl challenge thanks to Adam Vinatieri's kick through the goal posts. Just before that kick, the Carolina Panthers called time-out to unnerve Vinatieri and Kinchen, the stand in center. On Thursday, January 29, 2004, Greenspan and company ... more...

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